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Portal URLs with BSP applications iviews

Hello,

we have the following landscape :

- EP 6.0 SP2 Patch 3 HotFix 2 (portal) / Patch 3 HotFix 1 (CM)

- WAS 6.20 (Support package level 40 for both BASIS / ABA)

In portal, we have implemented iviews (included into pages) for BSP applications located in the WAS.

When we connect to portal with a user allowed to carry out those pages only, we notice (thanks to tool IEWatch)the following :

- at the beginning, the browser is sending http requests to the portal (http://portal_host:port/irj)

- when the portal is opening BSP iviews, the browser is sending http requests directly to the WAS (http://WAS_host:port/sap(...)/bc/bsp/ ...)

According to us, this is not acceptable to have direct request to the WAS from the browser from a security point of view : we would like to have browser <--> portal communication only (URL = http://portal_host:port/...), but we do not know how to achieve it.

Do you know if there is a standard way to achieve it ?

Thank you.

Regards.

FabriceTurboult

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    Posted on Jun 02, 2004 at 07:28 AM

    You can set the isolation level on the iview to pumped.

    (but I know there's been some troubles with this on earlier versions)

    See http://help.sap.com/saphelp_ep60sp2/helpdata/en/13/81a673100011d7b84b00047582c9f7/frameset.htm

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    Posted on Jun 02, 2004 at 07:41 AM

    I have already attempted to set the isolation mode to pumped but I still get http request to WAS.

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