SAP SRM - Configuring Single Sign-on


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To configure single sign-on, you need to have access to these T-codes −

  • RZ10
  • STRUST

Step 1 − Login to the SAP SRM system using SAP GUI, go to T-code RZ10.

T Code RZ10

Step 2 − Select the Default profile and Extended Maintenance after that.

Default Extended Maintenance

Step 3 − Click on Change and you will see the list of parameters for the profile.

Step 4 − Change the following profile parameters −

  • login/create_sso2_ticket = 1
  • login/accept_sso2_ticket = 1
Profile Parameters

Step 5 − Save and Activate the profile. It will generate a new profile.

Step 6 − Export the R3SSO certificate from the Trust Manager, go to transaction STRUST.

Trust Manager

Step 7 − Double-click the text box to the right of Own Certificate. The certificate information is displayed. Note down the values of certificate as you need to enter the values.

Step 8 − Click on icon Export Certificate.

Export Certificate

Step 9 − Save the file as <R3_Name>-<Client>.crt.

Example

EBS-300.crt

Save the File

Step 10 − Click on the tick mark to create the file in parent directory.

Step 11 − Import R3 SSO certificate to the Java engine using the administrator tool.

NOTE − Make sure the Java engine is started.

Step 12 − Open the Java Administration tool.

Step 13 − Enter the Java Engine Administrator password and click on Connect.

Step 14 − Choose Server → Services Key → Storage

Step 15 − Click on Ticket Key Store in the View panel.

Step 16 − Click on Load in the Entry group box. Select the .crt file you exported in the previous step.

Step 17 − Configure the Security Provider service in the SAP Java engine using the Administrator tool.

Step 18 − Choose Server Services Security Provider.

Step 19 − Choose ticket in the Component panel and go to the Authentication tab.

Step 20 − Modify the options of Evaluate Ticket Login Module and add the following properties to each backend system on which you want to configure SSO.

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