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Webdynpro User Management

If we enable webdynpro authentication for an application , then when we run the application it will show

Login screen.

If I am using that application for the first time, I should register first.

If I register by providing all the details such as name,password etc etc, where all these information is going to store ?

My question is can we find any SAPDB tables containing this data ?

If I uninstall/upgrade the J2EE engine all these data will go off.Please correct me if I am wrong.

How can I retain the userManagement data so that after upgrading the engine the old register users can login without any problems.

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    Posted on Jul 24, 2004 at 07:22 AM


    The users must be stored in the database thats what the configuration in the config tool shows. Alternatively if you want to keep userstore independant of your SAP DB you can use the UME to repoint to other stores such as an LDAP. I assume that an upgrade might not remove the registered users ,but I have seen how refreshing R/3 databases from other R/3 instances brings users from other instances,I am not sure if you can even refresh J2EE databases from other J2EE databases.



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