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Common REST authentica​tion issue

Hi All,

I'm currrently working on upgrading our ALM installation to version 12.51, and I've run into this strange REST authentication issue that I could use some sharpe eyes on!

When accessing my REST interface through web: http://alm_pc:8080/qcbin/rest/domains?login-form-r​equired=y

I get the authentication popup window, but no matter how many times I type userid and password I never get in to see the domain list, where as if I do it on my old platform (11.52) I'm not even asked to provide credentials....

I don't recall to have done any special settings at all in relation to REST on either the old or new platform.

Am Admin on both platforms all over.

The platform uses LDAP for authentication.

All other logins works fine.

Expert input would be highly appreciated.

Best Regards,

Bjarne Dein
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Re: Common REST authentica​tion issue

Hi Bjarne,

Do you have an organization proxy between your client machine to the ALM server which requires user authentication?

Regards,

Eyal

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Re: Common REST authentica​tion issue

Hi Eyal,

No we don't - It's straight on.

Best Regards,

Bjarne Dein
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Re: Common REST authentica​tion issue

Hi,

Can you record the HTTP trafic in Fiddler and send the screenshot of the request response?

Thanks,

Eyal

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