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White screen/page shown after logon to Internet Sales

Hi!

We have installed Internet Sales R/3 Edition for B2B and have configured it with XCM according to the documents "CRM Web Application Installation Guide 4.0, SP0" and "Internet Sales R/3 Edition", the latter found on SAP Best Practices. Both Shopadmin and B2B are configured and the "jcoping" ping test works in both cases. The user in R/3 is of "standard type" and not of "service type" or alike. This user can logon to the NW04 portal using R/3 as method of authentication. That's why he's chosen for ISA as well.

But when I try to logon to Internet Sales with this user I just get a totally blank page and a URL that looks like this:

...:50000/b2b/b2b/login.do;jsessionid=(J2EE4082300)ID4082350DB181644782240539570End;saplb_*=(J2EE4082300)4082350

I don't know if this is good or bad. Before I corrected some settings another person had done in the XCM, I got two different messages when trying to log on:

"Name or password is incorrect (Please repeat logon)"

first and then

"Error in user administration, call our hotline " 

(Depending on what settings I had done).

First I thought I was making progress since the URL indicates some kind of session id etc, but then I saw that I got the same URL with "session id" even if I just wrote rubbish at the logon.

Does anyone have any ideas about what to do?

Best regards

Benny Lange

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    Posted on Aug 11, 2005 at 05:55 PM

    Take a look at OSS Note 635775.

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