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Portal External Service - BSP

Former Member
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Hi,

We have developed BSP applications in WAS6.2 and deployed the applications in EP5.0 . In the second navigation bar we have menu options to access BSPs (which were created as external services) . I click on first menu to work on the first application enter data save it and go to the second menu to access another application and work with that, when I come back to the first menu option still I see the previous data which I entered, it's not showing the first screen of that application.

Note:

In BSP applications we have implemented session.htm as the entry point which inturn calls the contoller of that application so that while leaving the application session.htm triggers the ONunload event to close the session.

Any help.....

thanks

Suresh

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Former Member
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Hi Suresh,

first of all: stateful applications and the SAP Enterprise Portal 5.0 don't like each other very well...

We found a solution for your problem when we unticked the checkbox "Support Portal Integration". If you do so the session management is controlled by our application and not by the enterprise portal.

Regards,Bernd

Former Member
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Hi Bernd,

The documentation suggests to check this checkbox, because this way Portal communicates with the BSP application in the event of change in URL(different menu is clicked in EP5.0) and  when browser is closed. In fact we had the applications "Support Portal Integration" unchecked originally it didn't work either.

More help......

Thanks,

Suresh

Former Member
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Hi Suresh,

for logon to bsp-applications check the attachment of oss note 517860 and see esp. the chapter logging of BSP Applications.

If you follow the instructions and tick the checkbox "support portal integration" it should work within a stateful application.

If not you could open an oss message within component Enterprise Portal->Infrastructure. These guys love to talk about session management of stateful BSP applications

Regards, Bernd