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|Processflow Smoketest Fails; Bew LSF9 Installation|
|Topic Started: Dec 15 2008, 12:28 PM (983 Views)|
|JohnC||Dec 15 2008, 12:28 PM Post #1|
Windows Server 2003
Have a brand new "sand box" LSF9 installation. All basic installation tasks have been completed and I am successfully bound to my corporate LDAP repository.
For some reason, I cannot get the ProcessFlow smoke test to complete successfully. I've stepped through "pserv config" and set the user ID and password for my "pfadmin" account. I've also verified that this account has an identity on both the environment and SSOP. At the conclusion of running 'pserv test', I get the following error:
Exception while attempting to run flow testGroupBasic: com.lawson.bpm.eai.clientsdk.BCIClientException: Error response from server: User is not authorized.
Other than the basic ProcessFlow services installed as part of the LSF9 installation, I have not installed any other ProcessFlow components.
What troubleshooting steps can I take to see why the PF smoke test continues to fail?
I appreciate any assistance someone can provide. Lawson GSC is refusing to assist until all smoke test complete successfully.
|schroncd||Dec 15 2008, 02:19 PM Post #2|
|You need to set your 'pfadmin' account as the processflow administrator. take a look at http://webserver:port/bpm/menu.do - I'm not apflow junkie, bit I think that's where you do that configuration.|
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