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Own Login fucntion.

Hi everyone,

We are trying to do our own login function and we have a couple of issue with it.

We created an application and assigned a default user, to be able to access it without any poplogin. Then we created a function to initialize the bsp runtime object. But when we try to access to another bsp application via a call application, a popup ask for our login and password .

What did we do wrong ? what other things do we need to initialize to skip the popup window?

thanks for the help you could provide

Regards,

Quentin

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Quentin,

For security reason, it is not advisable not to put the userid, password in the URL.

Anyway, if you want to have the own login mechanism transfered to the other app, you will have to set the same mechanism in that other app too, thus default user etc.

See the answers on your other forum post on keeping the context (and SSO2) if you want do it otherwise.

Check also web logs like

/people/thomas.jung3/blog/2004/08/03/bsp-150-a-developer146s-journal-part-viii--user-authentication-single-sign-on

/people/brian.mckellar/blog/2003/09/30/bsp-in-depth-writing-an-http-handler

Why do you want an own login framework btw if the end result is that you want to go to the other with SAP users?

Btw you can always contact me via mail (see my BC) if you want to.

Eddy

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