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Dong Pan

Single Sign-On has been especially important for live HANA connections in SAP Analytics Cloud (SAC), as the live HANA connection does NOT persist any user credential due to its working mechanism. In the past, the

In my last blog Direct Live HANA Connections in the Internet Scenario, I went over a sample SAP Web Dispatcher setup for enabling CORS on the reverse proxy level and exposing HANA on the Internet. I

In my last blog Introducing Direct Live HANA Connections in SAP Analytics Cloud, I talked about the new “Direct” connectivity option for live HANA connections based on the HTML5 CORS specification. With this new connectivity option, a

Many of my blog readers have tried setting up live connections from SAP Analytics Cloud (SAC) to on-prem HANA systems via a reverse proxy, following my earlier blogs. How was your experience? Was it smooth

Cross-Origin Resource Sharing (CORS) is a W3C specification that allows cross-domain communication from the browser. By building on top of the AJAX/XMLHttpRequest object, CORS allows developers to work in the same coding paradigm as with same-domain

In my previous blog Creating an End-to-end SSO Experience to SAP BusinessObjects Cloud and HANA with Kerberos and SAML, I walked you through an end-to-end SSO solution for BOC and remote HANA based on SAML 2 and

In my previous blogs (What’s Changed – Setup Remote HANA Connection with SAML SSO in SAP BusinessObjects Cloud and Single Sign-On from BusinessObject Cloud to HANA – Reverse Proxy Rules for SAP Cloud Identity) on setting

In my recent blog article: What’s Changed – Setup Remote HANA Connection with SAML SSO in SAP BusinessObjects Cloud, I provided a sample Apache reverse proxy configuration based on an SAP NetWeaver SSO SAML 2

In my earlier blogs SAP BusinessObjects Cloud – Setup Connection to Remote HANA Systems via Apache Reverse Proxy (link) and SAP BusinessObjects Cloud – Setup SAML 2.0 Single Sign-On with Remote HANA Systems (link), I walked