Enable a Web application to receive reports (Duet Enterprise)
Applies to: Duet Enterprise for Microsoft SharePoint and SAP
This article describes how to enable a Duet Enterprise for Microsoft SharePoint and SAP Web application in Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 to receive reports from the SAP system.
Reports from the SAP system can only be routed to sites that are associated with the Intranet zone of a Web application that is configured to use Windows claims-based authentication. Reports cannot be routed to sites that use forms-based authentication.
Enable the Reporting solution
Use this procedure to enable a Web application to receive reports. This procedure configures the Reporting solution on the Web application that you specify.
To configure the Reporting solution
You must be a member of the SharePoint Server 2010 farm administrators group to complete this procedure.
In a Command Prompt window, type, DuetConfig /configuresolution "Reporting" /webappurl "http:// FullyQualifiedDomainName:port "
where FullyQualifiedDomainName:port is the fully qualified domain name and port number for the Web application that will receive reports.
The name of the BDC model “Reporting” is case-sensitive.
When successfully created, the Command Prompt window displays the following:
"Solution successfully configured."
If the Alternate Access Mapping is modified for the Reporting site, you must extend the web application. Otherwise the Reporting site URL will fail.