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We are trying to integrate one of our java based application into sapportal via account aggregation method(UserMapping). We can access the first page successfully via SSO, but if we navigate the different link in between the same application,we get the Session Time out Error message. The application is developed in JAVA and using the session id.

I am creating .Net iViews and using isolatio level 1 under load tab.We have EPSP5 Patch 1 on MS-SQL database with SAPJ2EE Patch level 19.

It would be appreciated if some one help to resolve the issue.

Thank You,

With Regards,


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    Posted on Apr 15, 2004 at 05:09 PM

    this may or may not help your case, but something to bear in mind.

    since you mentioned session id and we know that sap j2ee engine also uses sessionid, i'd suggest that you check the name of the cookie that your java app uses to store the session id.

    for sap j2ee engine, the cookie name is "JSESSIONID", which appears to be the default value for a number of app servers. if your java app uses the same named cookie, then there is a conflict on session id when the contents from your app shows up in the portal page. the fix would be to change the name of this cookie, preferrable on your java app side. for example, weblogic allows you to give it another name through system wide configuration. i am not sure if sap's j2ee engine allows that yet.

    in case you don't already know , here is how you can tell which cookies are sent to the internet explorer (i am using ie 6). in a new browser, menu Tools/Internet Options, Privacy tab, Advanced button (in middle of window), check ON the Override automatic cookie handling, and choose Prompt for both First and Third party Cookies. now access your portal page containing contents from your java app. each time the browser receives a cookie, you will get a dialog box, choose view details and you will see the name of the cookie, its domain, path etc.

    hope this helps.

    PS. have you looked at the application integrator that's availabe on ep6? i used it for integrating with my web based java app, with modifications of course. it works great.

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      I've noticed the problem with the jsessionid myself.

      It is stated in the servlet standard that this name must be used, but what is the point of using it when no servlet container support jsessionids from other servlet containers?

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    Posted on Jun 22, 2004 at 05:11 PM

    Hi Vinod,

    even we had the same problem and we solved it by chosing "Isolation level 4" in the load tab. we are also on EP5.0.

    am sure it will solve.

    give a try.


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