Configure Secure Access to SAP Gateway with X.509 Certificates
Use single sign-on and X.509 certificates to configure secure communications between SAP Mobile Platform applications that are running on mobile devices and SAP Gateway systems.
Access to SAP Service Marketplace. To request a user ID, navigate to SAP Service Marketplace.
A tool to create certificates, such as OpenSSH, or a Certificate Authority. You can download OpenSSH for Windows from: SourceForge.Net.
A Chrome Web browser.
A Google account.
The Postman REST Client. In Chrome, navigate to the: Chrome Web Store, search for "postman rest client" and download Postman.
|Server-Side Tasks||SAP Gateway Tasks|
|Create a Self-Signed Root Certificate Authority||Enable SSO on a Gateway system|
|Create a Technical-User Certificate||Create Gateway User Accounts|
|Create an End-User Certificate||Import the Root CA into Gateway|
|Import End-User Certificates||Map User Certificates in Gateway|
|Obtain an SSL Certificate||Activate and Test a Gateway Service|
|Import X.509 Certificates into the Server Keystore|
|Create a Security Profile with X.509 Authentication|
|Configure an Application to use X.509 and Gateway|
|Test an Application Connection to Gateway|
Perform the tasks in the following order: