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Using SSO logon tickets in SAPUI5
When your proxy has SSO token, you should use SET-COOKIE header to pass SSO token to the client.
set-cookie: MYSAPSSO2=DFOKJLDM.....AJLBhHcvA%3d%3e; path=/; domain=xxxxx.sap.com
It should be passed to client browser from proxy and domain name has to be changed to the proxy as shown below:
set-cookie: MYSAPSSO2=DFOKJLDM.....AJLBhHcvA%3d%3e; path=/; domain=PROXYDOMAIN.com
When next time your browser calls to the proxy, this will include session cookie in the request header like below. The proxy will read that Cookie from HTTP request header to make calls.
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