Publish Solution using Service Center Solution web Service

Hi Team,

My requirement is to publish a solution(*.OSP) using service center solution web service.

While executing application it always displays error message invalid username and password.

I am using correct user id and password with proper publish authorization. I tried by generating MD5 hash key for a password but still, it's not working.

Kindly help me with this requirement.

Thanks.

Regards,

Sanjay

Sanjay Kumar wrote:

Hi Team,

My requirement is to publish a solution(*.OSP) using service center solution web service.

While executing application it always displays error message invalid username and password.

I am using correct user id and password with proper publish authorization. I tried by generating MD5 hash key for a password but still, it's not working.

Kindly help me with this requirement.

Thanks.

Regards,

Sanjay


Hi Sanjay,

Can you check the Sevice-Center Log for the same.

Hi, 

Please refer to the below error log from service center.

Error Message:
System.Web.Services.Protocols.SoapException: Server was unable to process request. ---> ssServiceCenter.ExcptInvalidLogin: Invalid username or password.
   at ssServiceCenter.WebServices.Solutions.Publish(String inWSusername, String inWSpassword, Byte[] inWSFile, String inWSFilename, Boolean inWSJustUpload, Boolean inWSCleanPublish, Boolean inWSFromOSPTool, WORCDBCatalogMappingRecord[] inWSCatalogMappings, String inWSReuseTablesOnMove, String& outWSMessages, Int32& outWSSolutionPubId, String& outWSPackUID, Int32& outWSPackSchemaVersion, Boolean& outWSNeedsConfiguration)
   --- End of inner exception stack trace ---
Stack:
System.Web.Services.Protocols.SoapException: Server was unable to process request. ---> ssServiceCenter.ExcptInvalidLogin: Invalid username or password.
   at ssServiceCenter.WebServices.Solutions.Publish(String inWSusername, String inWSpassword, Byte[] inWSFile, String inWSFilename, Boolean inWSJustUpload, Boolean inWSCleanPublish, Boolean inWSFromOSPTool, WORCDBCatalogMappingRecord[] inWSCatalogMappings, String inWSReuseTablesOnMove, String& outWSMessages, Int32& outWSSolutionPubId, String& outWSPackUID, Int32& outWSPackSchemaVersion, Boolean& outWSNeedsConfiguration)
   --- End of inner exception stack trace ---
   at System.Web.Services.Protocols.SoapHttpClientProtocol.ReadResponse(SoapClientMessage message, WebResponse response, Stream responseStream, Boolean asyncCall)
   at System.Web.Services.Protocols.SoapHttpClientProtocol.Invoke(String methodName, Object[] parameters)
   at ssDeploy.WRefSolutions.WRefSolutions.Publish(String inWSusername, Boolean inWSusernameSpecified, String inWSpassword, Boolean inWSpasswordSpecified, Byte[] inWSFile, Boolean inWSFileSpecified, String inWSFilename, Boolean inWSFilenameSpecified, Boolean inWSJustUpload, Boolean inWSCleanPublish, Boolean inWSFromOSPTool, WORCDBCatalogMappingRecord[] inWSCatalogMappings, Boolean inWSCatalogMappingsSpecified, String inWSReuseTablesOnMove, Boolean inWSReuseTablesOnMoveSpecified, String& outWSMessages, Nullable`1& outWSSolutionPubId, String& outWSPackUID, Nullable`1& outWSPackSchemaVersion, Nullable`1& outWSNeedsConfiguration)

Are you using personal-like Env for this,

If yes then these configurations are not supported.

If you'd like, you can get in touch with OutSystems Support / You account manager for further details.

-Assif

assif_tiger wrote:

Are you using personal-like Env for this,


If yes then these configurations are not supported.

If you'd like, you can get in touch with OutSystems Support / You account manager for further details.

-Assif


What do you mean by personal environment? 

It's a development environment that we are using for our project and created one application to upload solution package.


Sanjay Kumar wrote:

assif_tiger wrote:

Are you using personal-like Env for this,


If yes then these configurations are not supported.

If you'd like, you can get in touch with OutSystems Support / You account manager for further details.

-Assif


What do you mean by personal environment? 

It's a development environment that we are using for our project and created one application to upload solution package.


I mean whether your Outsystem Platform is enterprise or personal ?


assif_tiger wrote:

Sanjay Kumar wrote:

assif_tiger wrote:

Are you using personal-like Env for this,


If yes then these configurations are not supported.

If you'd like, you can get in touch with OutSystems Support / You account manager for further details.

-Assif


What do you mean by personal environment? 

It's a development environment that we are using for our project and created one application to upload solution package.


I mean whether your Outsystem Platform is enterprise or personal ?


Enterprise platform


Sanjay Kumar wrote:

assif_tiger wrote:

Sanjay Kumar wrote:

assif_tiger wrote:

Are you using personal-like Env for this,


If yes then these configurations are not supported.

If you'd like, you can get in touch with OutSystems Support / You account manager for further details.

-Assif


What do you mean by personal environment? 

It's a development environment that we are using for our project and created one application to upload solution package.


I mean whether your Outsystem Platform is enterprise or personal ?


Enterprise platform


Then try for a while by Admin Account or do contact Outsystem Support.



assif_tiger wrote:

Sanjay Kumar wrote:

assif_tiger wrote:

Are you using personal-like Env for this,


If yes then these configurations are not supported.

If you'd like, you can get in touch with OutSystems Support / You account manager for further details.

-Assif


What do you mean by personal environment? 

It's a development environment that we are using for our project and created one application to upload solution package.


I mean whether your Outsystem Platform is enterprise or personal ?



It's an enterprise platform