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SSO using user ID and password

Hi ,

I have installed EP 6.0 SP2 running on SQL DB,Business Package for ESS for SAP R3 4.7 , ITS6.20.

Portal is runing fine and i also have set up the SSO with R3 using UIDPWD. I can able to access ESS iviews. Everything runs fine.

But the problem is that after accessing 6/7 iviews of ESS, i am prompted for User id and Password. ( Welcome screen is displayed). I have checked the no of session in SAP R/3 ( Transaction : SM04) there are 4/5 RFC session found.

Please do let me know if any other information i have missed out. Any idea always appriciated.

Regards

Debaraj

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    Posted on Jan 21, 2005 at 07:29 AM

    Hi Sahoo,

    Pls check the expiration of your logon ticket.

    System administration > System Configuration > UM Configuration > R/3 System

    Logon Ticket expiration = 8 hr (default)

    Another settings could be your authorization priority, did you change your iview priorities or your authorization scheme priority?

    Rgds

    Fred

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    • Former Member

      Hi Tan

      Thanks for the reply.

      I have already set the Logon Ticket expiration = 24 hr.

      But still i am having the same problem .

      About the second option you have mentioned

      I have not changes iViews priority nor authorization scheme priority.

      As i mentioed , i could able to access iViews but after accessing 6/7 iviews i am getting portal login screen. This screen came even i click on the portal welcome page too.

      Please do let me know if any other setting need to be maintained . Is there any setting need to be done in ITS side.

      Regards

      Sahoo

      Message was edited by: Debaraj Sahoo

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