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Get and Post SSO parameters


I'm trying to pass values to sap-user, sap-password to the ULR (below), but could not figure out the way how pass the SSO uid and pwd to these SEM parameters, automaticaly or by programatically

as in http://FQN:8000/sap/bc/bsp/sap/sem_bsc?sap-user=mapped-user&sap-password=mapped-password

Any simple ideas?


Attar, AA

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  • Posted on Dec 07, 2004 at 01:42 PM


    I try nearly the same with my SSO to SAP Marketplace.

    You have to create a system like

    and than an iview like com.sapportals.portal.iview. This iview has parameters

    "URL Template" and "URL template fraction for user mapping". You should fill in something like

    "URL Template": http:// @

    "URL template fraction for user mapping": <MappedUser>:<MappedPassword>

    Don't forget to fill in the system in the iview.

    That should work, but you will have the user id and the password in the proxy log file.



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      Thanks Anke, I can see you are using/making a web service, and utilize URL iview to get the access. Your answer is very valuble, to me, to apply the concept. I got 4 questions.

      I've created (SEM) a WAS6.2 (SAP BW-SEM) based system and alias, with connector pointing to the R3 (reference system), UM:SAPLogonTicket.

      Also Created ( based iview:

      -No App parameters;

      -System: SEM

      -URL Template: What value shall I use for <Authentication>? basicAuthentication or default? (since uidpwd are user for usermapping, and I need to use SSO)

      URL Template=


      - URL template fraction for SSO: empty

      - URL template fraction for user mapping:

      how do I pass the parameters <MappedUser>:<MappedPassword> as a second iview parameter?

      In your example, are using user-mapping or SSO?

      Any examples/documentation in this regard?




      http://FQN:8000/sap/bc/bsp/sap/sem_bsc?sap-user=mapped-user&sap-password=mapped-password works fine (if I <b>hardcode</b> mapped-user with baba and mapped-password = baba123)

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