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LarsEB
Fluorite | Level 6

 

I have created a stored proces that checks if the SAS Metadataserver is running. Basically I want a systemuser to call the stp without beeing prompted for login. 

 

I have added _username & _password to the URL as described in

 

http://support.sas.com/kb/14/545.html

 

so my URL is looking like this

http://servername:8080/SASStoredProcess/do?_program=%2FProducts%2FSAS+Intelligence+Platform%2FSamples%2Fservice&_username=User1234&_password={SAS001}Bsahyrfashyefgig

 

But I still get prompted for logon. What am I doing wrong? 

 

Any help is appreciated. Thanks in advance.

 

 

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VasilijNevlev
Quartz | Level 8

Hello Lars, 

 

I can see you used an encryopted password. 

 

Sometimes SAS platforms configured so that they don't accept the encrypted passwords by default. 

 

If you are an admin, do the following: 

On the SAS Management Console Plug-ins tab, click Application Management. Select SAS Stored Process Web Application and edit the advanced properties.

You should see "AllowEncodedPassword" = "true". If you don't see anything or see it being false, then that's the problem. 

 

If you are not the admin, see if you can authenticate with plain text password. If you can, then get your admin to do the steps above. 

 

Let me know here how it goes. 

 

Regards,

Vasilij

 

www.analytium.co.uk

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VasilijNevlev
Quartz | Level 8

Hello Lars, 

 

I can see you used an encryopted password. 

 

Sometimes SAS platforms configured so that they don't accept the encrypted passwords by default. 

 

If you are an admin, do the following: 

On the SAS Management Console Plug-ins tab, click Application Management. Select SAS Stored Process Web Application and edit the advanced properties.

You should see "AllowEncodedPassword" = "true". If you don't see anything or see it being false, then that's the problem. 

 

If you are not the admin, see if you can authenticate with plain text password. If you can, then get your admin to do the steps above. 

 

Let me know here how it goes. 

 

Regards,

Vasilij

 

www.analytium.co.uk

=======================================
For more information about {An}alytium, visit https://www.analytium.co.uk
LarsEB
Fluorite | Level 6

Hi Vasilij, 

 

That solved the problem. Thank your very much for your help and fast reply! 

 

Best regards

Lars

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