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configuring single sign-on between EP 6.0 and SRM 4.0/EBP 5.0

I am currently on a portal implementation project, and I need to configure single sign-on between the portal and the SRM server running live auction cockpit via ITS. I have gone through some documentation from, but i'd appreciate if anyone can give me o a document that describes the procedures for single sign-on between these systems, i have a tight deadline to meet.


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  • Posted on Jun 30, 2005 at 11:52 AM


    I cant speak to SRM specifically, but I assume it's just like any other SAP backend system. In that case,

    Within the SRM System:

    1) Install the latest EP Plugin

    2) Import the portal's verify.der certificate via transaction STRUSTSSO2

    3) Set the profile parameters via RZ10 in the instance profile

    login/password_change_for_SSO 0

    login/accept_sso2_ticket 1

    login/create_sso2_ticket 0

    In the ITS System in your global.srvc file add the parameter:

    ~mysapcomusesso2cookie 1

    After this, restart the SRM and ITS systems and you should be good to go.

    HOpe this helps,


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    • Former Member Marty McCormick

      Hello Marty,

      Thanks a lot.

      I tested the connection after making the adjustin the parameters, however, I receved an OK for the ITS test but the Connection test to the Backend system failed.

      I tried the tests with SAPLOGONTICKET as well as UIDPWD Logon Methods and got the same results.

      I created a transaction iview but it returned with an error message.

      What do you think I should do now, this SSO must work.

      Thank you in advance.

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    Posted on Oct 12, 2005 at 10:43 PM

    Check this Blog, may be helpful.



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