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Last Post 11/18/2008 7:42 PM by  John Henley
PSA Integration in LSF9
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11/13/2008 11:39 AM
    What is the replacement in LSF9 for the RD41 records that allowed access to PSA from the Lawson Portal v3, Env 803?
    I can see a service called PSA but not sure how to populate it.  Followed PSA documentation to configure for Lawson Core Technology 9.0.x but running the ssoconfig to load the ssoconfig.xml file fails. 
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    11/13/2008 7:41 PM
    There is a ProcessFlow called usynch.xml that comes with PSA that you run to populate the PSA users into LSF9/SSO. It will create/populate the PSA identities in SSO. You would need to set it up in the PF scheduler, as well as make sure that all of the PSA setup for ProcessFlow is performed (i.e. adding user PFADMIN, changing pfserv config settings, etc.) What error did you get when you ran ssoconfig to load the ssoconfig.xml ?
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    11/14/2008 10:10 AM
    Thanks John for replying.  We don't use ProcessFlow but I have ensured that the PSA AppSet setup for ProcessFlow is correct -- according to the documentation in Lawson Services Automation Installation Guide for integrating with LSF9.

    When running the ssoconfig utility (ssoconfig -c, Manage Lawson Services, Load service and Identity file), I receive the following in the ssoconfig.xml.err file.



       
            lawson
            ADMIN
            ADMIN
            Encountered Error: Invalid Argument (USER=null).
       

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    11/17/2008 2:23 PM
    We are on Windows/SQL

    I attached a sample of the xml file we used
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    11/18/2008 7:42 PM
    What version of LSF9 are you running?  If you're on an early version (9.0.0.SP1 or lower), there is a patch (156358) you might need to install for ssoconfig.  Only other thing I can think of is to try capitalizing the USER and PASSWORD tags.
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