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Supported SSO for C4C and App

Till now, C4C 1602 release. The following login and devices support SSO:

1. SCI

2. NW SSO or another 3rd IDP (need to support SAML2)

Desktop: Windows/ Mac

  • Silverlight
  • HTML
  • Responsive UI (RUI)

Tablet: IOS/Andriod OS

  • Native App
  • Extended Edition

iPhone/Andriod phone:

  • Native App
  • Extended Edition

Add-in:

  • for Outlook
  • for Lotus Notes

We don’t test another scenarios but appreciated in case your feedback.

Regards,

Qiang

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      Author's profile photo Fabian Otto
      Fabian Otto

      Hi Qiang,

      what do you mean with "SCI", SAP Cloud Identiy Service Tenant?

      Regards

      Fabian

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      Hi Fabian,

      Yes, please also see my reply in the mail i sent to you.

      Regards,

      Qiang

      Author's profile photo Anders Brødsgaard
      Anders Brødsgaard

      Hi Qiang.

      I have a question for your blog regarding supported SSO scenarios.

      Given that we transfer the SAML2.0 assertion token in the webservice call - will the webservices then support SSO - and should I then use the url:

      https://myxxxxx-sso.crm.ondemand.com/sap/bc/srt/scs/sap/queryopportunityin2

      or

      https://myxxxxx.crm.ondemand.com/sap/bc/srt/scs/sap/queryopportunityin2

      for the queryopportunityin webservices?

      I can see from the blog entry https://blogs.sap.com/2015/02/15/oauth-saml-client-example/ that it should possible to use SSO for the oData interfaces - so I hope this also goes for the webservices.

       

      Thanks,

      Anders