Sharepoint 2013 SAP and IViewHost.aspx

If you want to show SAPIviews in your SPs 2013 Portal, and you want to have SSO you can use OOB SPS 2013.

In “C:\Program Files\Common Files\microsoft shared\Web Server Extensions\15\TEMPLATE\LAYOUTS”, you can find  “IViewHost.aspx”.

You have to configure your SAP trustedSAPHosts.config file in folder “C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office Servers\15.0\Config”

<Configuration>
<Server Name=”MYSAPSERVER”>
<ServerURL>https://sapserver:portnumber</ServerURL&gt;
<SsoAuthentication Name=”MYSAPSERVER”/>
<!– SsoAuthentication Element specifies the SSO application to use when authenticating to the SAP Server. –>
</Server>
</Configuration>

In Central Administration, create a SSO application with id “MYSAPSERVER”, and define permissions.

In your browser define, in internet options, to accept cookies from https://sapserver:portnumber.

In your SPS 2013 portal, add a PageViewrWebpart, and define the url to (change the bold text):

http://win-f9pitqqtmf3/_layouts/IViewHost.aspx?SAPHostName=MYSAPSERVER&IViewUrl=/irj/servlet/prt/portal/prtmode/preview/prtroot/pcd!3aportal_content!2f…(your transaction url)

 

The IViewHost.aspx will automatically check wich Secure Store Service application to use, and will translate your portal credentials to your sap credentials. You need to go to your SSS application  and map users credentials, for all of this work.

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