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We are trying to implement a NAV 2016 webservices through a public domain.
The problem we have is that when we try to access it, a redirect is created that we do not know how to remove or control.
We have tested the webservices locally within the NAV server and it works perfectly.
But trying to do it through a public domain like this:
We have noticed that the word "WebClient" is added after "/ Codeunit" and it would look like this:
Finally we get this error:404 - File or directory not found.The resource you are looking for might have been removed, had its name changed, or is temporarily unavailable.
We have used the web www.redirect-checker.org/ and there we obtain that there is a 302 redirect.
Any tips or suggestions that we may be doing wrong?
Thank you very much.
Note: A Record A has been created for the domain.
That does look like a wrong configuration. As you know WebClient has no relation with SOAP. How does you PublicWebBaseUrl / PublicWebBaseSOAPUrl look like (customsettings.config).
Hello, thank you very much for your time and response.
Yes, we had configured the url of the form "http [s]: // [hostname]: [port] / [webserverinstance] / WebClient"
The problem was solved by reconfiguring the firewall, somehow there was a conflict with the port and it generated that error.
Thank you for confirming the issue to be resolved plus final answer.
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