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Portal logon to WAS BSP

Hello,

Portal authenticates users via SAP BW-SEM-BSC WAS6.2 with logonticket.

User logon to portal with their SAP UserId & password, then access the BW-SEM-BSC, BSP based content, directly

(which is the same SAP UME reference system), BUT the iview challanges again for userId and password.

Ive created a BSP based iview, based on the SAP BW-SEM predefined Alias.

I'm passing the sap-user and sap-password and sap-client parameters to the SAP WAS 6.2 server,

it still challanges with user id and password.

eg:

http://batsfpm1.btc.com.bh:8000/sap(=encryption=)/bc/bsp/sap/sem_bsc/start.htm?sap-user=ia404&sap-password=portal&sap-client=601

How can I avoid the second UserId challange?

Also, How can I pass the userID and password to the iview automatically?

Regards,

AAAttar

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    Posted on Nov 02, 2004 at 10:54 AM

    Why not user proper SSO rather than pass userID and pass through the parameters ?

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    • In that only other thing which i can think of is

      portal home page url.

      What was the address you typed in to log on to portal

      http://server/irj

      of

      http://server.domain.com/irj

      if its the first case then you will be facing the problem of second logon.

      use the second method.

      Do let us know whether it has solved your issue.

      Are you still using the method of passing username/password in URL or SSO is enabled?

      Alternatively you can also try setting the username password in the BSP application itself (SICF).

      Regards

      Raja

      Message was edited by: Durairaj Athavan Raja

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