yeah it was already set on "0"
antoher problem i think. every time when i click on "CS Admin" inside the repository (OAC0) i need a username and password ( <a href="http://img404.imageshack.us/img404/1958/userzp2.jpg">click</a> ). i always use a system account who is local administrator and after that i can access the repository settings. <a href="http://img84.imageshack.us/img84/1982/csinizi2.jpg">This is my CS.ini</a>. I set the security on "0" too but always the 401. Is there a need to open antoher port beside the default 1090? Because http is working on 80 and i know that every port must be opened for that server. Or do i need antoher user for that CS.
If you need other informations, just ask!
Most common reason I have encountered for this problem is authorizations on installation. You must have both network and local machine admin rights when installing content server software. If you don't, the installation will be successful but you encounter the 401 error. Try reinstalling with correct authorization and you should resolve the issue.
Hi Hardik Gandhi :
enter the t-code OAC0, click the Admin button.
select Settings tab, setting the filed security as "0",
select Certificates tab, click the certificate button, then system may telling you enter the username and password of your dms server,
and then click the active button , save these settings.
Hi, I am also having this 401 problem and i noticed in the above thread that network rights on installation were needed.
"Most common reason I have encountered for this problem is authorizations on installation. You must have both network and local machine admin rights when installing content server software. If you don't, the installation will be successful but you encounter the 401 error. Try reinstalling with correct authorization and you should resolve the issue."
Do you know where these would be set? Is this done on the server or is it done in the network?
I have worked out the solution/found the root cause of the HTTP401 error!
The HTTP 401 error is reported by windows IIS service. The solution is to
assign a local administrator account on the server, as the anonymous user for the IIS services.
Then everything is solved!! I can store documents using CV01N now!
Edited by: Xin Wei on Sep 5, 2008 5:20 AM
If anyone is still interested in more inputs on this question.
In OAC0 , when you go to CSADMIN , when you get the prompt , enter in this format : Windows NT domain/user name with which you installed the content server on the windows system and Password for the same user.
This should work , if you dont want to turn off the Security field in ContentServer.ini.
Also , worth checking CONTENTSERVER ( tcode SICF -- /default_host/sap/bc/ ) logon data.
We had the same issue ( HTTP error : 401 Unauthorized , while trying to create a document using tcode OAAD) and the problem appears to be with the contentserver service (tcode SICF) logon data user/password info being incorrect.
What about the ones who installed on unix? There is no such domain privilege there. We installed as root and are still facing the same error.
We are using MaxDB, but the installation is complicated to understand for the number of OS and DB users that MaxDB creates. We use our sidcs account to install, but it ends up creating a sqd, and an sdb, and superdba, control, etc.
1st of all, which user account should I provide in CSADMIN. The <sid>cs account?