The following tasks describe the steps to configure the business application using Client Hub.
#Properties file to provide the application settings. Do not change the key names. #Mandatory Settings #Hostname of the server, example:xyz.sap.corp Host=<FULLY_QUALIFIED_HOSTNAME> #Port of the server, example: 8080 Port=<PORT> #Farm ID of the relay server in case it is used. Example: xyz.farm. If relay server is not used, set the value to 0. FarmID=<FARM_ID> #Security configuration of the application, example: SSO SecurityConfiguration=<SECURITY_CONFIGURATION> #Property to set the user creation policy. The user creation policy defines the authentication method for the user: automatic, manual or certificate. The manual and automatic is for the password based authentication. The certificate is for the X.509 based authentication. If no value is set, default is certificate. UserCreationPolicy=<automatic/manual/certificate> #Optional Settings #URL suffix of the relay server or reverse proxy. URLSuffix=<URL_SUFFIX> #Domain of the application. Used in SAP Mobile Platform older versions. Domain=<DOMAIN> #Connection type, HTTP or HTTPS. If no value is set, default is true (HTTPS). HTTPS=<true/false> #Property to set whether the credentials can be shared or not. If no value is set, default is true. ShareCredentials=<true/false>
To reenable an application that is registered with Client Hub, relaunch the application.
If the SSO Passcode is invalid, the MAF Logon UI prompts the device user for a new SSO passcode. MAF Logon then opens Client Hub and fetches the credentials stored there.
If there is an authentication error or when the backend password is changed, follow these steps to update the back-end password.