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How to bypass authentication from NWBC to InfoView (OpenDocument)?


I'm trying to bypass access from NWBC to report on InfoView.

So basically what I want is to utilise my SAP login to access InfoView report without seeing the InfoViewApp login screen or doing the second login to InfoViewApp.

I've set-up the Server-Side Trust and set <param-name>opendoc.authentication.default</param-name> value to <param-value>secSAPR3</param-value> which I thought will do the job. But it didn't.

Would you please let me know any ways to enable me setting up this single sign-on?

Thanks for your help.



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    Posted on Apr 30, 2011 at 04:05 PM


    you need to setup the SAP Authentication for the SAP BusinessObjects Server and set the default value in the options to the SAP system.

    You can then integrate InfoView via a URL into NWBC and you also need to make sure that NWBC passes a SSO Token.


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    • Former Member Ingo Hilgefort

      Hi Ingo,

      Thanks for your reply.

      I've solved the issue. The problem is URL which was parsed from NWBC just used hostname with port number.

      After I include a FQDN, the report straight away appears and passed logon screen automatically.

      Best regards,


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