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ITS Mobile Logoff and return to Logon Screen

My client is running ECC 6.0 with basis 7.31 patch 5(SAPKB73105).

I have created a z service to run my custom ITS transactions. 

In the service I have selected Altertnate Logon Prodedure and have removed all the procedures except Logon Through HTTP Fields.  There is no option for Fields Authentication, as all the help that I read indicates that should be the option. 

When I run my service and then select F8 Logoff, I am able to logout.  But I would like to be redireted to the logon screen.  So, I have created an Explicit Reponse Body page under the Error Pages->Logoff Page.  That code reads:

<html><head><title>
Logoff Page
</title><script>
function home() { var url = 'http://' + window.location.host + '/sap/bc/gui/sap/its/zlm_its?command=logoff?';window.location.replace(url); }
</script> </head> <body onload="home();" >
...Disconnecting...
</body></html>

I run the service, I am prompted to logon (as should be), then I F8 Logoff and the popup for Yes/No displays.  I select Yes and I see the Disconnecting then I am returned to the Menu and not to the Logon Screen as should be.

What am I missing?  I have read all the OSS notes and help, but none has been relevant to my issue.

Thanks!

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Hi Donna,

As of release 7.31 the http security management is active per default.
See note 1322944 for additional information.
FYI This also means you should harmonize the security timeout with
the timeout settings mentioned in note 705013.

For proper logoff please adapt your service as explained in note
1777513. To be re-routed to the logon screen you should add this
string to the field "Redirect to URL"
/sap/public/bc/icf/logoff?redirecturl=/zlm_its

###### Note's - SDN logon required #######
1322944  ABAP: HTTP security session management
1777513  WebGUI logoff does not work
705013  Timeout for ICF services based on ITS

Regards,

Oisín

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