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DI Server login fault

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I've had an ASP.NET service running for months. This service call a DI Server method.

Recently we upgraded to SBO 2007 (also DI Server) and I'm now unable to login to DI Server.

  • DI Service upgraded

  • ASP.NET Service upgraded with new 2007 library.


18/11/2008 15:05:41 Response (Fault)

<?xml version="1.0"?><env:Envelope xmlns:env=""><env:Body><env:Fault><env:Code><env:Value>env:Receiver</env:Value><env:Subcode><env:Value>-1</env:Value></env:Subcode></env:Code><env:Detail><Command>Login</Command></env:Detail></env:Fault></env:Body></env:Envelope>

Can't find any information on the -1 error.

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Former Member
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I haven't used B1WS, since it doesn't work for me. I can only suggest actions using the DI server directly.

- Have you updated the reference to B1DI_Server.exe in your original project as well? I guess it used to reference the 2005 version of the DI server, so you have to update that as well.

- Have you tried connecting to the sample webservice in the SDK directory? Invoke the webservice and fill in the details. Which response do you get? Mine is here: C:\Program Files\SAP\SAP Business One SDK\Samples\DI Server\CSharp\DIServerBP\DISSample

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I've now tried the B1WS service.

Running the WSDLGenerator i'm getting the same error.

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It probably won't help, but you can always try this:



in stead of this:


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Both database and license server properties point to server name. Just restarted the server.

18/11/2008 15:47:37 Request

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-16"?><soap:Envelope xmlns:soap=""><soap:Body><dis:Login xmlns:dis=""><DatabaseServer>np-fs02</DatabaseServer><DatabaseName>NP_Prod</DatabaseName><DatabaseType>dst_MSSQL2005</DatabaseType><DatabaseUsername>username</DatabaseUsername><DatabasePassword>password</DatabasePassword><CompanyUsername>username</CompanyUsername><CompanyPassword>password</CompanyPassword><Language>ln_English</Language><LicenseServer>np-fs02:30000</LicenseServer></dis:Login></soap:Body></soap:Envelope>

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It's the dreaded 'General Error'.

Check the license server. Does it point to 'localhost' or the server name? Make sure it points to the server name, even if it is localhost.

Rebooting both server and client PC might make a difference.

Good luck.