We come across the below error when we try login to Cloud Version of IFS Scan It app as an end user (works fine for IFSAPP). The IFS Scan It app version is 22.2.470.0 on android.
It looks some thing to do with permissions, so checked for WADACO related projections and they all granted via “WADACO_MOBILE_USER” and “WADACO_PROJECTIONS” permission sets.
I’m not sure what the “SiteVirtual” means could be some technical word.
Appreciate a hand to find out the missing steps.
Best answer by Mohamed InfazView original
Can you please grant the following security group to WADACO_MOBILE_USER permission set?
Thank you very much for the quick response and it worked!
Happy to help you Chitrangana
We get the same error message even though we granted the security group.
Our installation is Cloud 22R1. Any tips?
Yes, I refreshed security cache and IFSAPP is able to log into Scan It.
You might have to re-run the script security_wadaco_mobile_user.ins again. There have been issues during installation that this script fails due to AURENA_NATIVE_RUNTIME not been installed when this script is run. It was recently changed to be a POST-script instead so its run after most installations to overcome this issue.
I have the same problem “SiteVirtual has not been granted...”
I have enabled the ifs_aurena_nativ IAM client.
I have granted the scanlt security group to the WADACO_MOBILE_USER permission set.
It doesn’t work for me on an IFSAPP user and another regular user.
I can log in to the app, but after a few seconds I’m getting this error “SiteVirtual has not been granted”
Please make sure you have the following in the WADACO_MOBILE_USER permission set.
As Dario has mentioned about, re-running the security_wadaco_mobile_user.ins would help.
Thanks, dinuka9 for your fast reply.
Unfortunately, it still doesn't work for me.
I had this setting correctly:
Could you tell me something more about security_wadaco_mobile_user.ins script, where can I find it?
We found this script and after rerunning it, the problem still occurs. Any idea?
One more update. We make a test and we granted all available permissions to our test user
After that user can log in to scanlt and he doesn't receive an error, but I'm still not sure that the application is working correctly...
I had the same problem yesterday even after granting all the needed projections. I had to add the ScanIt Activity from the IEE UI. It isn’t needed for the traditional android app, but required for the Aurena one.