This is a quick checklist to help you see if SSO is set up correctly in your backend system. Please use this list before posting questions about SSO in the portal forums.
If you are going to post a question in one of the portal forums relating to SSO, please ensure you read this entry first. As a quick checklist, ensure:
- you are using fully qualified domain names in the system landscape definition and when accessing the portal;
- your certificate hasn't expired;
- your backend RZ10 settings are correct (login/accept_sso2_ticket);
- you have uploaded the certificate to the backend system (STRUSTSSO2);
- there is an entry in the ACL table (TWPSSO2ACL) in the back end client you are connecting can be reached by SM30;
- you have the same username in the portal and back end OR you have set up user mapping.
Copy the above checklist, plus your answers, to your forum post to show you have followed the steps and explain what the SSO problem is.
If you use transaction SSO2 (that's the letter o) and enter NONE for the RFC destination, that will check the value of the login/accept_sso2_ticket and a few other things.