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Web Service Authorization

Hi everybody,

I am currently having trouble with the authorization of a self made web service.

I followed the steps of the Studio Library document and made the "Web Service Authorization" inclusive the WorkCenterView. I opend the the UI Designer and switched the "AccessContextCode" to "4-Sales" because I want to test the service with th "Sales01S" of the reference system. I saved and activated. In the ByDesign Studio I switched "Enable Key User" in the context menu of the pogram and activated it all.

But when I try to connect to the service my access is denied. I also tested "1010-Employee" but with the same result.

The error message is: <Exception_Text>SRT: RBAM authorization denied</Exception_Text>

and SOAP UI gives the following Info: requires authentication with the realm 'SAP NetWeaver Application Server [G4D/015][alias]'

I use the SOAP UI Auth window for the username and password. I don't know if I miss a step from the library document or doing it wrong.

So, any help is appreciated. Thanks a lot.

Best regards,


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  • Posted on Sep 08, 2011 at 02:39 PM

    Hi Jochen,

    I know the issue. Which user you use to connect to the webservice? A technical user or a business user?



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      This Issue will not be resolved by Assigning Work center You need To Assign Access Rights To the particular User Then only the issue can be resolved.

      For Assigning Access Rights Go To Application and Management and select Particular User And go to Edit->Access Rights.

      Warm Regards,


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