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X.509 Certs through SAP .NET Connector

Has anyone successfully passed an X.509 certificate through the SAP .NET Connector?

I am seeing a variety of errors based on information passed, but I am not seeing any type of success or descriptive error. Some of the error messages include

"No entries were deleted"

"Table is currently locked"

"Connection closed with no message"

I am using the SAP .NET Connector documentation as a guide and searching SAP Notes for any information. Are there any additional sources of documentation?

Some specific questions:

Can SSO with X.509 be used on a Windows XP development environment? (saw some documentation that only mentioned Windows2000)

Can the ASPNET_WP run as the default system account (LOCALHOST\ASPNET)? Does ASPNET_WP need to run as a domain account for configuration in SNC0?

Is there a specific SNC_Lib dll necessary for passing X.509 certificates?



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  • Posted on Mar 25, 2004 at 04:15 PM

    The basis of all successfull X.509 or EternalID SSO is a so called "trusted connection" between the account running NCo and the SAP server. For this IIS (or at least ASPNET_WP) must run on a domain account.

    As the whole process is not simple, I have uploaded the document NCOV2SNC.doc that describes it in detail.

    It might take some time until it is available.



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