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SOAP to Proxy Scenario in PI 7.31 Java Stack - 401 Unauthorized error


i am getting below error while testing the scenario by using soap UI tool, this is happening when i am using client credentials who is not having  PI developer Role.

Note : it's working fine when i am using PI developer credentials .

Error :

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Please let me know where can we check the roles into  PI 7.31 Java Stack ?



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  • Dec 31, 2014 at 07:20 AM

    Hi Sridhar,

    The sender needs proper roles inorder to post SOAP msg into PI. Please get the following roles assigned to the user thats being used to post msg:

    Select user type as System and assign following roles:



    You can view/maintain the User / Roles in NWA (UME)

    UME Roles and Actions (AS Java) - SAP NetWeaver Process Integration Security Guide - SAP Library


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