Webservices in Dynamics NAV 2009

HugoSilveiraHugoSilveira Member Posts: 6
edited 2011-05-04 in NAV Three Tier
Hi all,

I have one machine with NAV 2009 installed. RTC is working fine and i started the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Business Web Services service and i just can see my URL webservices in this machine. It prompt me a windows login, i give it and everything works fine.

If i try to connect from another machine, it also asks me from login but after 3 times the process is stopped. I can't see my webservices from any other machine. Any help will be much appreciated.

Thanks in advance.




  • mohana_cse06mohana_cse06 Member Posts: 5,503
    have you installed webservice in server machine only?
    is it in domain?

    what URL you are using from other machines?
  • HugoSilveiraHugoSilveira Member Posts: 6

    webservice is installed only in server machine.

    The server and the clients are all in the same domain.

    The URL is for example:

    Any idea?

  • mohana_cse06mohana_cse06 Member Posts: 5,503
    did you try with Server name instead of IP in URL?
  • HugoSilveiraHugoSilveira Member Posts: 6
    yes i did but the result is the same. it doesn't work. I saw some articles about webservices like the one below, but i try it (i hope that i try it with no mystakes) and it also didn't work. I don't know what can i do more...

    http://blogs.msdn.com/b/nav_developer/a ... setup.aspx
  • ufukufuk Member Posts: 514
    If you manually type URL on Explorer can you see your services on the calling machine?
    If you can see services but the problem occurs when you try to login are you sure there is no problem with the domain and user permissions?
    If you can select your services but the problem occurs only on runtime have you checked if NetworkCredentials include domain parameter?
    Ufuk Asci
  • Nils_PeemöllerNils_Peemöller Member Posts: 11

    this interesting behaviour I know from a missing setup of delegation. Have you installed SQL server and web service on the same machine? If not, you have to set up delegation and the rights for change listener. See official microsoft documentation. Unfortunately, this setup is quite tricky and time expensive.

    Nils Peemöller
    Managing Director
    Anveo Mobile and Anveo Web Portals for Microsoft Dynamics NAV
  • MattKeyesMattKeyes Member Posts: 41
    What Nils said may indeed be the case, and that setup can be very difficult and labor intensive.

    You might try turning on NTLM security in the CustomSettings.config file and give it a whirl.

    Change the key below to "True":
    <add key="WebServicesUseNTLMAuthentication" value="True" />
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