We have deployed ESS/MSS 1.0 business package. When clicking on Budget service, which are linked to R3 system shows the following error:
No switch to HTTPS occurred, so it is not secure to send a password
i have activated all the services from SICF t-code.
Goto SE80 -- Locate the Internet Services under drop down -- SYSTEM and WEBGUI under below -- Publish these services with the Context Menu -> Publish -> Complete Service
and also check ur ITS settings in Sytem object of portal -- give path --/sap/bc/gui/sap/its/webgui
The JCO connection is working poperly . According to my understanding if the JCO connectionis not working the iview will not be able to display know . Since its asking for the user id and password of the R/3 system.
and shows the message mentioned above .
is any other place where the switching from Http to https happens ..
Thanks for your reply
Ah, hopefully now we are on the right track.
The fact seems to be that nobody in your system really wants to switch tp HTTPS. This message just tells you that you hand over to the backend a user and a password and you do this via an unsecure protocol.
Did you configure SSO via SAP Logon Ticket?
If not, do it and see whether problem / message is gone.
Is it an HTML message or a brwoser popup?
If HTML mesage, please send us HTML Source Code, if your problem is not solved.
I am also facing same problem.
here, SAP Gui for HTML only working for
But in Case B , i am getting No switch to HTTPS occurred, so it is not secure to send a password problem:
Please also share, where I have to maintain SAP router information.
First I did all the setup of the HTTPS in SMCIM (also all necessary RZ10 settings, SAPCRYPTOLIB etc etc). However, what finally helped get rid of this issue was a "final" change on the service in SICF. So in this example we use SICF service "webgui". If you use other services, you need to maintain them as well if needed. So here is what I did:
SICF -> ServiceName ->webgui (located also under default_host/sap/bc/gui/sap/its)
In order to get rid of the issue with "not switching to HTTPS" in IE (or Mozilla or whatever browser front end is using) I performed following tasks:
- rightclick on 'webgui' service and choose "Display service"
- Change (press pen up in left corner)
- Navigate to tab called "Error Pages"
- Doubleclick on "Configuration" at the bottom
- Change to "Switch to HTTPS" (located in section 'Actions During Logon"
- Also, checkmark "Do Not Display Warnings".
- Save and rightclick again on service 'webgui' and select "Test Service"
It sure helped me get rid of the "Error no switch to https occurred so it is not secure to send a password" issue.
Just wanted to share my input and hope it might help others.