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This week, SAP released the latest support package for SAP Single Sign-On 3.0. Support Package 2 contains several new features and functions as we continuously enhance the product to fulfill customer requests and upcoming security demands. New features include:

Certificate Lifecycle Management for SAP NetWeaver AS ABAP and Java

  • Automated renewal of certificates for both SAP NetWeaver Application Server ABAP and Java using Secure Login Server
  • Reduces manual efforts and prevents downtime

Mobile Single Sign-On

  • Previously, provisioning of X.509 client certificates, issued by Secure Login Server, to mobile devices has already been possible in multiple ways:
    • Using the Simple Certificate Enrollment Protocol (SCEP) support of iOS
    • Using the SAP Authenticator app on iOS
    • Calling the new REST API of Secure Login Server from a custom app
  • Secure Login Server now further extends the capabilities for mobile single sign-on: SAP Mobile Platform and SAP Cloud Platform, Mobile Service for Development and Operations now integrate Secure Login Server, offering a seamless user experience for mobile applications.

Digital Signatures

  • Support for SAP UI5 applications
  • Client-side digital signatures can now be triggered from web applications
  • Browser-independent JavaScript interface (supported by all modern web browsers)
  • Cryptographic operations are securely executed in the context of the Secure Login Client

Secure Login Client

  • Full-featured Secure Login Client on macOS, supporting the same scenarios as the Windows version

Please refer to the release note for detailed information on new features and fixes. Documentation for SAP Single Sign-On 3.0 is available at the SAP Help Portal.

You can download the new support package from the SAP Support Portal (login required). Enjoy!

 

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    1. Martina Kirschenmann Post author

      Hi Janet,

      looks like you don’t have authorizations to download the component. You need a license for the SAP Single Sign-On product to be able to download it.

      Regards,

      Martina

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  1. Martin Lubitz

     

    Hi Martina,

    i’m not shure about the official way to upgrade SAP SSO 2 to SSO 3. We have SSO 2.0 implemented for Login with SAPGUI, we’ve tested the new SeucreLoginClient 3 with our Scenario, the cryptolib 8.5 is included in the new kernel, so ….do i ‘ve to Change anything else?

    Regards

     

    Martin

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    1. Martina Kirschenmann Post author

      Hi Martin,

      The update process from release 2.0 to 3.0 is quite simple.

      Version 3.0 continues to support all capabilities of version 2.0. The fundamentals of the main scenarios remain unchanged; an implementation started on version 2.0 does not need to be repeated or adapted on version 3.0.

      Updating product components from version 2.0 to 3.0 is as easy as a patch. Versions 2.0 and 3.0 are inter-operable. This means that as long as no version 3.0 specific functionality is required, components can be updated in any order.

      If you are interested, you can also refer to my earlier blog SAP Single Sign-On 3.0 Now Available for a list of the new features with version 3.0.

      Regards,

      Martina

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