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Apr 27, 2004 at 11:35 AM

SSO to SAP from .NET Web Service application

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Hello,

I have created an ASP .NET Web Service application that employs the SAP .NET Connector to connect to the SAP R/3 4.6b. Presently this application uses a CPIC id to connect to SAP to expose the BAPIs and RFCs as the Web Methods of the Web Service.

Is it possible to have a Single Sign-On to SAP in this scenario?

If yes, what SSO technique would be most applicable?

The Web service is available in the intranet environment and it can be consumed by variety of the client applications running in the Microsoft environment.

Following are the examples of the applications that could consume the web service methods: (.NET web application, integration broker, SAP portal or another web service).

We have the Active Directory implemented throughout the company but I am not sure how that could be used to help me with the solution.

The ultimate goal is to have a web service that connects to SAP using the identity of the client. The proper authentication and authorization into SAP is very critical especially in the situations when the web services will write back into SAP. Another area of concern is the SAP client license management.

Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,

Kris Zywicki