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Invalid Request - I do not know that this came from a trustable source
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03/30/2009 12:02 PM

    When the users log into LBP, they get the error:

    Invalid Request!
    Error Number: 1234
    Error Level: 1
    Details: I do not know that this came from a trustable source.

    Does anyone know what this message means and how to correct the problem?

    The users are set up in Lawson Security.

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    03/30/2009 12:24 PM
    That means that the "cross-domain" access is not set up correctly.
    Need to verify that the domain variable is set up in servenv.js in *each* /portal directory.
    Basically, this allows the servers to talk to each other for SSO purposes, as long as they are in the same domain.
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    03/30/2009 12:47 PM

    Does this apply even if myself and several other users can log in but not the new users were are setting up?

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    03/30/2009 1:09 PM
    Also could be that the domain was not specified in the URL. When is the error occurring--is it a bookmark? Or a direct login to BPM?
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    03/30/2009 1:28 PM

    I don't know about BPM, but I have seen the same error message with MSCM.  In that case the resolution was to update the URL in a bookmark.

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    03/30/2009 1:31 PM
    Sovled. Indeed, the URL the users were using was not correct.

    Thank you John and Ben!!!!!
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