08-08-2019 12:10 AM
we are trying to run the geoprocessing server with M.App Enterprise.
The spatial workshop is running an the recipe can be created. Unfortunately, the model fails by execution saying:
'Error: RemoteCallFailed: Execution of the async process has failed. url: https://zur-sgiv-maegeop/api/v1/geoprocesses/23caea1c-dfbe-4ec9-9363-f7ebe214f459/execute'
Can someone tell us more about this error? Does it point to a misconfiguraiton on the geoprocessing server?
Thanks and regards,
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08-08-2019 12:18 AM
The major issue I am seeing is that the SSL certificate is self-signed. The JS will usually fail when there are certificate errors. You have following option:
08-08-2019 12:32 AM
thanks for your response.
I have now changed the geoprocessing-config to http://servername.
Are there configurations to do on the MAE-machine? At the end of the configs it is suggesting opening the management via https. However, I am able to open all the MAE-URLs through http://mae-server.
The problem still exists, when executing the mdoel on the http-URL.
Am I something missing out?
08-08-2019 12:50 AM
Did you re-run Configuration Wizard on the MAE server to set up the new geoprocessing URL (the last step)?
08-08-2019 12:55 AM
It looks like there's some misconfiguration on the Geoprocessing server. Are there some additional URL Rewrite rules? If it's a cluster node, there may be a problem in ARR / SSL configuration.
Instead of the Console, I suggest watching the Network tab, where you'll see all the requests, and responses that you can inspect in more details.
The geoprocessing server seems to work otherwise: http://zur-sgiv-maegeop/api/v1/models
08-08-2019 01:34 AM
please check on the server side the following windows services are up and running:
Your geoprocessing server should correctly return JSON responses for the following endpoints:
08-08-2019 01:49 AM - edited 08-08-2019 01:50 AM
the ImageManagement Web API Service is not installed. Should this be done through the geoprocessing installation?
Do you suggest to uninstall and install again?
Thanks and regard,
08-08-2019 04:49 AM - edited 08-08-2019 04:58 AM
The console also lists something about the CORS policy..
I have just checked the configuration wizard and the CORS is enabled with the Access-Control-Allow-Origin header *.
In the installation-log I have found a FATAL about the MappX-ImageManagement.. 'FATAL Intergraph.Configuration.ConfigurationActionExecutor - Action type Intergraph.Configuration.GeoprocessingWorkerConfiguration.Actions.GeoprocessingWorkerConfigurationAction threw exception
Intergraph.Configuration.ConfigurationUtilException: Unable to change a service named: 'HXD-MappX-GeoprocessingJMS' to run under credentials of a user named: 'ingrnet\XXX''
This is the warehouse user defined in MAE. The guide just tells me this user needs the right to read the warehouse-folder (which it does). What are the prerequisitions for the user of the ImageManagment?
08-08-2019 05:07 AM
I was able to install the ImageManagement WebAPI Service.
Now I am confronted with the active directory:
INFO [Thread-3] 2019-08-08 14:04:18,779 e7c56f1f-162f-4034-a898-17dd51cfcfa6 MappX Checking all job inputs are valid and exist on active storage
FATAL [Thread-3] 2019-08-08 14:04:18,858 e7c56f1f-162f-4034-a898-17dd51cfcfa6 MappX Unable to ensure inputs are on active storage
java.lang.IllegalStateException: Input dataset '\\<Servername>\M.App Enterprise\Training\00_Data\Stadtkreis\Stadtkreis.shp' cannot be found
Did I understand correctly: