SSO Configuration on Asset Management steps involved.
SSO based on Principal Propagation for SAP Asset Manager
Single Sign-on Authentication Types:
Single Sign-on based on Principal Propagation for SAP Asset Manager (BTP)
Principal Propagation -process Flow
Principal Propagation: Architecture Overview
Principle Propagation Compatibility
In the context of the SAP Mobile Add-On, the authorization expectation is for the SAP Cloud Connector to pass the cloud user identity through principal propagation in a subject pattern that is matched to a matched alias in the back end system.
SAP uses Rule based certificate mapping
Set the Principal propagation.
SAP Cloud platform authentication setup using IAS with Azure AD
Connection to Corporate Active Directory need to establish.
Prerequisite: Cloud connector is installed and connected to SCP subaccount
Check the BTP
click on Local Service Provider and edit & click on Get Metadata and upload in the IAS.
Go to IAS tenant.
Application & Add new Application.
Give the name to the Application.
Application Display Name:
Application Home URL: keep empty.
Go to SAP BTP Cockpit
On Trust, create a Trust Management
Add identity Authentication Tenant (we have two tenant one is used for development & quality and other is used for production.
Select the trail and confirmation popup will appear.
download the metadata.
Go to IAS –> Application –> Bundled Applications –> where you have created the Asset manager DEV.
Define from Metadata (upload the metadata which you have downloaded.
check the SAML 2.0 Configuration and signing Certificates.
check SHA-256 and Sign assertions is oN and sign single logout message is on and require signed single logout messages.
Steps for IAS -Azure AD
SAML 2.0 Configuration –>go to Tenant settings and under the Assertion consumer service end point you see the metadata where you can download the metadata.
Upload the metadata into Azure AD
To configure the integration of SAP cloud platform Identity Authentication into Azure AD, you need to add SAP Cloud Platform Identity Authentication from the gallery to your list of managed SaaS apps.
Sign into the Azure portal using either a work or school account to Microsoft account.
in the left navigation pane, select the Azure Active Directory service.
navigate to Enterprise Applications and then select App applications.
to Add new application, select New Application
in the Add from the gallery section, type SAP Cloud Platform Identity Authentication in the search box. select SAP cloud Platform Identity Authentication from results panel and then add the app.
wait a few second s while the ap is added to your tenant.
download the metadata.
Login to IAS and upload the metadata in IAS.
Go to Identity Authentication Service –> Corporate Identity Providers –> create –> Add identity Provider & define the Metadata.
select the Microsoft ADFS/Azure AD as the Identity Provider Type
Enable the Single Sign on button & go to conditional Authentication and select the Default identity provider.
Enable Single Sign-on
Set conditional Authentication.
Go to BTP
Security à Trust à Add – Identity Authentication Tenant / Trusted Identity Provider
& Add-Trusted identity Provider & upload the IAS metadata which you have downloaded
Click on the Add-Trusted identity Provider & upload the IAS metadata which you have downloaded.
Identity Authentication Service Account Configuration
Create a group in IAS tenant for “Administrators” of Cloud Platform mobile services
Login to IAS
Go to Applications and Budled Applications (Assertion Attribuites)
Cloud Platform Account Configuration
Now, the Cloud Platform account needs to be configured to map the IAS_CPms_Admin group to a group that is granted the desired roles.
Navigate to the “Authorization Management” screen in Cloud Platform cockpit. Go to the “Groups” tab and click on “New Group”. Create a new group called “MobileServiceAdmin
Similarly create Group “MobileServiceUser” and assign the roles mentioned. This is required for Mobile app users.
SCP/BTP – Navigate to Trust Management screen, click on “Application Identity Provider” tab and click on the trusted IdP setting that represents the IAS tenant account
Login to BTP
Similarly add the Group for Mobile App user
Now, navigate to “Configure development & Operations Cockpit” (refer to the screen in step 5) and click on “Roles”. Create a new role “MobileServicesCockpitAdministrator” and assign it to the group “MobileServiceAdmin”.
Click on “Destinations & Permissions”. Edit the application permissions and select the role “MobileServicesCockpitAdministrator” and save.
Flow chart for Troubleshooting the issue.