Finally got in. I’m trying to set the Sharing on the service to the Congressional Research Service, but It seems to never finish working.
I notice that my services are shared to the Restricted Access Product Group. Will all CRS services have to also be shared to RAP Group? I don’t think this is acceptable from a CRS confidentiality standpoint. I have been arguing the point (to CRS) that even though we have data stored in the RAP geodatabase, the security is abstracted by having the service restricted only to CRS. This no longer seems to be the case. Preferably we would have the a CRS geodatabase that is connected to the Portal for service creation and services restricted to CRS, but we can’t have neither.
We recently made a configuration change that is causing this.
Please remove the server from “GIS servers” list in ArcCatalog and re add it using “Add ArcGIS Server” with the following information:
User name has to be your fully qualified user name Domain\User name
Password is your normal login password
This might change in the near future due to newer configurations that we are trying – we’ll keep you notified.
How are you accessing the Manager site – through Portal or directly?
Please add them to the RAP Group.
No they are not members of the RAP Group. They were not in the past but could see the service layers in the app, do they need to be now?
I cannot re-share my services since I cannot get into ArcGIS Server.
Are the these users members of the RAP group. Re-federation destroys the service sharing information. When I re-federated I reverted to the default sharing which is the corresponding portal group.
I’ll look into ArcGIS server access issue.
RAP services are visible to me in my maps and apps, however they are not visible to other members of the CRS Group. Also, I cannot access the ServerManager to see the services and to check on the permissions. Did permissions change with the recent configurations?
Congressional Research Service
Please give the RAP services a try.
I am the owner.
Yes. The RAP services are currently down – we are trying to identify what service is locking the RAPViewer account. Who is the owner of the RSI/DetailedCounties service?
“There is an error during the draw Detailed Counties (1.) The base table definition string "RAP,(2.) dtl_cnty_1" is invalid,(3.) Underlying DBMS error[ORA-28000: the account is lockedNo extended error,(4.) ].”
It appears the services are down now…
We are trying to resolve an ongoing issue with the RAP user locking. In order to identify where the issue resides we will need to shut down the RAP ArcGIS Server instance and start the Services one at a time to identify the service that is causing the problem.
If there is a need to keep the services up please let us know.
Tim Blum: GHE
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COR: Michael Everingham