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SAP BO 4.1 SSO on Linux


we have a SAP BO 4.1 SP5 Patch 7 system on Linux Redhat. The BO database which is used is SQLAnywhere.

The users are now connected through our SAP BW backend. (SAP Authentication)

The customer has come up with a new demand. The BI Launchpad has to become Single Sign On for their users.

So the BO frontend (bi launchpad) has to become SSO . (Preferable with Window AD users)

Normally with BO on a Windows server this shouldn't be that difficult, but on Linux it is something different.

We found SAP note 1965433 to be a solution. But ... SAP is not really supporting this option. It states that all support will be best effort , And if you read between the lines it just says :"we don't support this at all!" .

So , we can go ahead with this "unsupported" option, but we also have SAP Netweaver Single Sign 2.0 setup in our landscape.

This also should work,but we can't find any information or instructions on how to set this up correctly.

The question is, what option is best? Should we go ahead with the note which is "unsupported", or can we use our Netweaver SSO 2.0 solution for this? And if so , where can we find the right information?


with best regards

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