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SP3 for SAP Single Sign-On Now Available

On May 12, 2014, SAP released Support Package 03 for SAP Single Sign-On.

Take a look at the overview presentation to see all new features at a glance.

New features include: 

  • Support for one-time passwords
    (two-factor authentication based on an OTP generator). For more information, read the related blog by
    Ivelina Kiryakova.
  • SSO for SAP GUI for Java on Mac OS X.
    For more information, read the related blog by Ray Vand.
  • Support for RFID-based user identification for SAP GUI and Web applications on Windows systems
  • Support for hardware security modules

Please refer to the release note for detailed information on new features and fixes.

You can download the Support Package from the SAP Service Marketplace (login required).

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  • Regine,

    The download link for “SAP NW SINGLE SIGN ON 2.0” says there is no data.

    The donwload document says to download the SAP NetWeaver Single Sign-On software from the SAP Service Marketplace, go to https:// .

    2. Choose Installations and Upgrades -> Browse our Download Catalog SAP NetWeaver and complementary products -> SAP NetWeaver Single Sign-On -> SAP NetWeaver Single Sign-On 2.0 Installation .

    But there is no SAP NetWeaver Single Sign-On under Download Catalog SAP NetWeaver and complementary products .

    Please help.

    • You probably don’t have the required licenses for SAP Single Sign-On, which it is now called. You are aware that it needs to be separately licensed and the license needs to be connected to your customer number?

  • Hi Siri,

    Your company has to be licensed for it. Contact your SAP Rep , if your have proper license, they will add it and you will see it in the given path.



  • Hi Regine,

    Thanks for sharing the link. With regards to SAP PI 7.4 Single Stack is there any support for Principle Propagation (PP) using SAML in the sender SOAP adapter? Along with myself others have come across the need to try and configure PP in SAP PI single stack using the sender SOAP adapter, especially where the sender is a non SAP system. See my post below:

    Principle Propagation SAML: Single Stack using SOAP adapter

    I am currently looking into using the SOAP Axis adapter instead.