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Wednesday, June 13, 2007

Vista, IIS 7 and .Net BC

Alright so in light of last weeks post about the .Net BC I had a fellow Architect email me about a issue he is facing. Basically he has the follwing:

- Vista
- IIS 7
- .Net BC

Next he has configured a AD account to have rights as a business connector proxy. Now he has taken the AD account and set it up as the identity of the Application pool for his application. When he uses a LogonAs() method call from C# ASP.Net application it crashed everytime. Now I am posting this here, because I have not yet tested the .Net BC on IIS 7. I am wondering if there is some kind of issue with isolation in the worker process for the Application Pool? Or even possibly what verison of .Net the person is trying.

Either way I wanted to post and see if anyone has had the chance to use the .Net BC from IIS 7 and Vista? What has been your experinces? What kind of code and setup have you used?

If you have anything to add here, please do so via the Comments below! Also when I have time I will come back to this, and also re-post about my experince with this in testing this out. Well check back as tomorrow I will continue my post and talk more about example C# ASP.Net code calling and working with Dynamics AX objects.


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Blogger Unknown said...

I haven't tried this specifically, but I've had issues in the past with the LogonAs method and using the application pool account. The BC was temperamental pre-RTM, and I'm not sure how much of that got stamped out before the final build. I'm also curious to see how SP2 fares (unfortunately I've had a lot of Vista pain, like crashing AX clients etc).

But I digress. I would set the application pool back to Network Service and use a Network Credential object and see if that helps... For whatever reason I've just seen the BC have problems trying to inherit the application pool account (under a multitude conditions).

6:45 PM  

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