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My landscape will be complex, what do I do?

Do you have an Enterprise Portal system that is in front of an SRM system?

Or maybe in front of an ECC?

What about in front of both?!?!


If that was not enough, you still need to configure a single entry point using the SAP Web Dispatcher.


How do you configure all these systems to work together?


Fear not! Read theย Configuring the Web Dispatcher for Multiple Systems – Clarifications and Examples WIKI page and start putting all together! ๐Ÿ™‚


Feedback on the WIKI is most welcome! You can leave a comment at the WIKI itself, or at this blog post.





Edit on Sep/14/2015: fixed the link to the WIKI ๐Ÿ™‚ .
Edit on Oct/10/2016: updates related to new SCN + updated WIKI description.

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  • Hi Isaias,

    Good informative one. I was about to mention in one of the threads which you have replied to request you to write a blog on this. Thanks a ton for the information. Cheers ๐Ÿ™‚ .

    Also can you please add up few more lines in terms of F5 load balancer as some of the clients do use those and a kind inputs on firewall architecture which we will get more insights on too.



    • Hello Ram,

      I realized, now, that I missed your suggestion about the F5 and firewall.

      The WIKI is focused on SAP products only.

      I do not have knowledge on the F5 load balancer, so I cannot add any specific configuration steps for it.

      About firewalls, I do not see anything "special", just the "basics": the relevant ports have to be opened. Otherwise, the end users will not be able to reach the Web Dispatcher, or the Web Dispatcher will not be able to connect to the backend.



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    You should check the link to the wiki ... and add some more info to your blog, like: you`ll need to have WD XYZ to be able to use it for multiple systems

    • Now the link works, thanks!

      You should consider adding the SAP Note 2010948 to the wiki, as this notes is the show stopper for SNI (virtual hosts with each one using its own SSL certificate).