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SAP logon tickets - LTPA, Apache, IIS

Hi all,

i have read the following post from Dagfinn Parnas in the EP Implementation thread.

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And Daginn is saying that it is possible to do SSO with with SAP logon ticket on the following types of system:

-SAP R/3

-SAP applications running on SAP J2EE

-Domino (there is a filter which converts the logon ticket to an LTPA token)

-Websphere (can also use LTPA tokens indirectly through domino)

-IIS (ISAPI filter which authenticates the user)

-Apache (I believe there is a filter similar to IIS)

In theory it should be working with the WebAS, because WebAS is able to issue SAP Logon tickets am i right ?

Can anyone tell me where i can get these kind of filter ?

And how to handle them ?

best regards,

Matthias Hlubek

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    Posted on Jan 28, 2005 at 01:03 PM

    Hallo Matthias,

    this is a good issue, we have nearly same question and would also be interested in some information on that

    regards

    Bertram

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  • Posted on Jan 31, 2005 at 01:45 PM

    Hello,

    is this the information you look for?

    http://aiokeh.wdf.sap.corp:1080/SAPIKS2/logonFromUrl.sap?_LOIO=F89636EEDAFE8B4589CD6E9E4E73FD3C&_SCLASS=IWB_STRUCT&_SLOIO=D12BDD19C16A4BE3B2BEAA82B0ED932B&TMP_IWB_TASK=PREVIEW&LANGUAGE=EN&RELEASE=648&_CLASS=IWB_EXTHLP

    Authentication on J2EE Engine -> Configuring Authentication Mechanisms -> Using Logon Tickets for Single Sign-On

    Regards, Jordan

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