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Using ITS Serviceparameters for navigation

Hello,

I am new to the ITS and want to integrate the SAPGui for HTML in an own Site (Frame).

I use the ITS service parameters for navigation as follows:

http://server:port/scripts/wgate/webgui/!?~transaction=FD03

Hereby I can start the transaction "Display Customer: Accounting Initial Screen"

How can I invoke this transaction with several initialized values and directly display the information of a selected customer?

How can I generally navigate adding (several) parameters to the URL and setting initialized values?

Best regards,

José

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    Posted on Mar 31, 2004 at 12:45 PM

    Hi José,

    you can invoke a transaction and skip the first screen by entering all necessary field names and values pairs with & after the ITS service name (webgui), ending this list with the ok-code you want to execute.

    For example:

    http://server:port/scripts/wgate/webgui/!?transaction=<transaction_name>&<inputfieldname1>=<value1>&<inputfieldname2>=<value2>...&okcode= from above URL need to be replaced by real values, e.g.

    ~transaction=SE38

    RS38M-PROGRAMM=ZPTTEFKL

    Antje

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    Posted on Apr 03, 2004 at 02:03 AM

    Hi guys,

    Is there a way to avoid the ITS login screen when the ITS iView is accessed in the portal for the first time. I mean right now what i have done is i have an ITS based iView thatv points to the ITS System with a defined transaction VA01. However as you know that it shows the ITS login when accessed for the first time. Is there a way to avoid this and implicitly login to the ITS using user mapping or some other way.

    Any help on this would be great.

    .V

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      Hi Jake,

      the first thing I think of in this case is using single sign-on.

      SAP supports the use of single sign-on in a number of configurations. You can set up single sign-on in the following ways:

      -Using SAP logon tickets, for which you need only initial Web access

      -Using X.509 certificates, for which you need Web access

      -Using secure network communications (SNC) together with an SAP certified partner product

      Information should be available under http://service.sap.com/security - Security in Detail - Secure System Management, e.g. SNC Cookbook oder X.509 Certificate Logon via ITS.

      Regards,

      Antje