- SSO Cookie generated by the Back-end during the session initialization between SAP Mobile Platform(SMP) 3.0.x Server and Back-end is passed via SMP server back to the client.
- The MySAPSSO2 token is generated on a SAP J2EE Engine and passed over by the SMP Server to the Back-end.
- The LTPAToken2 is passed by the SMP Server back to the client.
- Why is the SMP Server not removing the cookies that are not needed by the client?
- Windows 2008R2, Linux SLES 11 SP03 and higher, RedHat RHEL 6.x
- SAP Mobile Platform(SMP) 3.x
- Web Application Server
SAP Mobile Platform 3.0
LTPAT, LTPAToken2, MYSAPSSO2, Proxy, cookie, Feature , KBA , MOB-ONP , SAP Mobile Platform on Premise , Problem
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