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Class ‘getItemCode’ method UAX Access to the ‘AppWebService19101A001’ has been refused.

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The questions are as follows:

I have two accounts, builduser and api101, with the same ad administrator and role.

When I restart ax service: builduser can call API normally, but api101 reports the following error:


[Class ‘getItemCode’ method UAX Access to the ‘AppWebService19101A001’ has been refused.]

When a user starts the project: api101 can also call the API normally


Project situation

1. Publish AX ServiceGroup

2. C# project reference refers to WSDL

3. Publish the C# project to IIS.

4. When the C# project calls the AX method, the following information is passed for authentication

// 会社
context.Company = HttpContext.Current.Request.Headers[DataConst2.COMPANY];
// ドメイン
serviceClient.ClientCredentials.Windows.ClientCredential.Domain = HttpContext.Current.Request.Headers[DataConst2.DOMAIN];

// ユーザー名
serviceClient.ClientCredentials.Windows.ClientCredential.UserName = HttpContext.Current.Request.Headers[DataConst.USER];
// パスワード
serviceClient.ClientCredentials.Windows.ClientCredential.Password = HttpContext.Current.Request.Headers[DataConst.PASSWORD];

5.AX Class

6.AX Service

7.AX ServiceGroup

  • xiaoshuai.fan Profile Picture
    xiaoshuai.fan 75 on at
    RE: Ax service connection failed

    The questions are as follows:

    I have two accounts, builduser and api101, with the same ad administrator and role.

    When I restart ax service: builduser can call API normally, but api101 reports the following error:

        Class ‘getItemCode’ method UAX Access to the ‘AppWebService19101A001’ has been refused.

    When a user starts the project: api101 can also call the API normally

    Project situation

    1. Publish AX ServiceGroup

    2. C# project reference refers to WSDL

    3. Publish the C# project to IIS.

    4. When the C# project calls the AX method, the following information is passed for authentication

    context.Company = HttpContext.Current.Request.Headers[DataConst.COMPANY];

                   // Domain

                   serviceClient.ClientCredentials.Windows.ClientCredential.Domain = HttpContext.Current.Request.Headers[DataConst.DOMAIN];

                   // UserName

                   serviceClient.ClientCredentials.Windows.ClientCredential.UserName = HttpContext.Current.Request.Headers[DataConst.USER];

                   // Password

                   serviceClient.ClientCredentials.Windows.ClientCredential.Password = HttpContext.Current.Request.Headers[DataConst.PASSWORD];

                   // AX method

                   itemNum = serviceClient.getItemCode(context, brand, item, vendCategory, maker, itemSequence);

  • xiaoshuai.fan Profile Picture
    xiaoshuai.fan 75 on at
    RE: Ax service connection failed

    Thanks for your answer

    My problem has changed now and the situation is as follows.

    Project situation

    1. Publish AX ServiceGroup

    2. C# project reference refers to WSDL

    3. Publish the C# project to IIS.

    4. When the C# project calls the AX method, the following information is passed for authentication

                   context.Company = HttpContext.Current.Request.Headers[DataConst.COMPANY];

                   // Domain

                   serviceClient.ClientCredentials.Windows.ClientCredential.Domain = HttpContext.Current.Request.Headers[DataConst.DOMAIN];

                   // UserName

                   serviceClient.ClientCredentials.Windows.ClientCredential.UserName = HttpContext.Current.Request.Headers[DataConst.USER];

                   // Password

                   serviceClient.ClientCredentials.Windows.ClientCredential.Password = HttpContext.Current.Request.Headers[DataConst.PASSWORD];

                   // AX method

                   itemNum = serviceClient.getItemCode(context, brand, item, vendCategory, maker, itemSequence);

    Question:

    When I test locally, I am able to get the return value successfully

    But when an external user makes a call, it fails to connect to the AX service.

    In order to prevent the authentication information from being passed incorrectly,

    I set the username and password to a fixed value

  • xiaoshuai.fan Profile Picture
    xiaoshuai.fan 75 on at
    RE: Ax service connection failed

    The following event log is added when BuildUser

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    In addition,

    I now know that BuildUser is in the administrator group ,API101 is not among them

    Does this have anything to do with it

  • Martin Dráb Profile Picture
    Martin Dráb 225,588 Super User on at
    RE: Ax service connection failed

    Please give us more details. What exactly do you mean by "the screen starts". What exception or HTTP code are you getting when you're "unable to connect"? Which protocol (TCP/HTTP) are you using?

  • Community Member Profile Picture
    Community Member Microsoft Employee on at
    RE: Ax service connection failed

    do you see any event logs when the connection fails?

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