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Does SOAP with HTTPS really work to propagate the user

Dear Experts,

My Scenario : Application Server (Non-SAP) ---------------> PI 7.31 (AEX) --------> CRM.

Here we are using SOAP webservice for both the sides.

Since, we are looking for more user level authentication, the user information (sender side is non-SAP) would be used to authenticate at receiver side to grant access depending on his role.

Could you please share your thoughts how can i achieve this in our landscape?

Thanks for your immediate replies.

Warm regards,

Ramana

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    Feb 28, 2013 at 03:42 PM

    We can not make it guaranteed solution on user level authentication at receiver end, but i feel authentication can be handled in the Security Provider of J2EE, where it is possible to make a reference to customized Login Module.

    Have a look at this link..


    Create and Configure a Login Module

    Keep updated with outcome.

    Regards,

    Sunil

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    • Former Member Nabendu Sen

      Hi Nabendu Sen,

      Thanks for your updates.

      Here can you please elaborate more on sender side how can i achieve this with SAP Assertion Ticket while my sender is non-sap system also we 're used Single-Sign on method.

      Regards,

      Ramana.

  • Feb 28, 2013 at 02:57 PM
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      Hi Dipak,

      Thanks for your blogs, which will definetely helpful for me to proceed further.

      But, here we are using SSO (Single-Sign on) from the client side (non-SAP) and we are expecting the SOAP sender adapter to propagate the users for the inbound message to PI.

      Appreciate for your help.

      Warm regards,

      Ramana.

  • Feb 28, 2013 at 03:46 PM
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