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KaTe styx.GUI for SAP

The majority of SAP users in a company access ABAP-based applications of the FI, CO, MM, etc. modules using SAP GUI. In addition, the Business Explorer (BEx) is used to create and display reports of the BI system.

The administration of these users in complex SAP landscapes is a major challenge. The goal is therefore always to achieve optimal operating efficiency while taking performance, costs and security into account.

The Procedure

In addition to Kerberos functionality, the SAP SNC Layer (Secure Network Communication) and the standardized GSS API (Generic Security Services API) are the key components of our single sign-on solution.

By activating the SNC layer, the SAP system is able to accept a Kerberos ticket from the Key Distribution Center. This can be made available to the GSS-API during the registration process. A successful mapping between the domain user and the SAP user allows access to the system without entering a user ID and password.

Explaining styx.GUI

With the introduction of NetWeaver into the SAP system landscape, JAVA applications are becoming increasingly important. Therefore, a single sign-on solution is not only relevant for the ABAP stack.We also offer you our solution: styx.JAS, an integration of your J2EE engines into the single sign-on scenario.

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KaTe styx.GUI

SAPGui, Business Explorer (BEx)

  • User satisfaction

    High user satisfaction through easy registration

  • No password chaos

    Avoid a password chaos caused by a variety of SAP systems and clients

  • Cost reduction

    Less password resets relief the Helpdesk and also reduce costs.

  • Increased Security

    Security is increased through considering LDAP (for example Active Directory) as an admission control.

  • Clear configuration

    An installation of extra client-software with its own registration process is not required.

  • Fast implementation

    Achieve efficiency goals more easily and quickly with the introduction of self-services.