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Connecting 2 Backend Systems, Part Three: Single Sign-On

Important update (4th June, 2014): SAP no longer advises the use of logon tickets, which are cookie-based. Use assertion tickets instead. (For more information on the difference between the two, see SAP Library 7.3 Logon and Assertion Tickets .)

This is a blog series in three parts:

OK, you have connected the two systems. And you have set up a trusted relationship. However, the trusted relationship is not single sign-on; it enables you to set up single sign-on.

The last step (and it is relatively quick and painless) is to set up single sign-on, based on the trusted relationship.

Before you start:

Make sure you have completed Part One (RFC Connections) and Part Two (Trusted Relationships) of this series.

CRM System: Logon Ticket Administration

  1. In the CRM System, open transaction Logon Ticket Administration for SSO, SSO2
  2. Enter the RFC destination you created in Part One (ABAP connection, type 3).
  3. Choose Execute .
  4. In the logon screen that appears, log on to the ERP System, M10.
  5. On the screen that appears, make sure all profile parameters are up-to-date, by choosing Enter Certificate in ACL and, if necessary, Certificate List (F9).

Your screen should look roughly like this:

If so, you're done! You have now fulfilled all the prerequisites and can add CRM functions to your ERP System roles, simply by following the SAP Library documentation:

9.3 How to Integrate CRM in NWBC

For more information, see also:

Authentication and Single Sign-On with SAP NetWeaver Business Client (NWBC) - blog by Nikhil Dhairyawan

NetWeaver Single Sign-On Space

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