Step 1: Check CertificateOn the CRM system , Transaction STRUST.
Click on “Create”
Click on “Check”
Step 2: Export Certificate
Before export:Check if the is a correct certificate. Double Click on the text behind “Owner”. The full certificate is displayed in the “Certificate” screen. Important is that a checksum is filled in. If there is no ckecksum, please goto step 1a.
Export Certificate:In the menu-bar, select Certificate --> Export
Now you should fill in a file name to save the certificate itself.
Use file extension .cer
Step 3: Import Certificate into BI JavaNow import the exported “CRM Certificate” via the SSO2 Wizard in the BI Java Engine.
Access via : http://<bi-java-engine>:50000/sso2
Click on “Add Trusted System” .
Please use the “CRM Certificate” file to upload this into the BI Java SSO Wizard,and check afterwards if the “Certificate Validity” is OK.
No reboot is needed…
And now you have to check of it works…
SAP Note 1257108 - Collective Note: Analyzing issues with Single Sign On (SSO)