FHIR API: Cannot save authorized object ids in authentication tab

mrB 6 Reputation points
2019-12-22T09:30:31.563+00:00

Hi,

when i click save in FHIR authentication tab (i use fhir api) azure says:

bad request, cannot save

I may attach the JSON log if needed.

Do you fave any idea? It seems somthing in Azure is broken (my FHIR service is version STU 3)

i only changed AD description in the meanwhile, i don't think it could be an issue.

thanks

Marco

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  1. FrankHu-MSFT 971 Reputation points
    2019-12-23T20:28:30.423+00:00

    Hello @mrB ,

    This shouldn't be happening, if you'r experiencing this in the Azure portal, try using a different browser and making sure that your network connection is stable. If you're still experiencing this issue please provide the JSON log,

    If you're still having an issue here, please email AzCommunity[at]microsoft[dot]com and I can enable a one time free support ticket. Please provide your Azure Subscription GUID and a reference to this thread. And hopefully we can get you on the right path again soon. 

    Please see : https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/mschray/2016/03/18/getting-your-azure-subscription-guid-new-portal/

    On how to get a subscription GUID.

    In addition to that once you are able to resolve your issue with the support engineer, please post your response on this thread so that future readers will be able to benefit from your solution. 

    Thanks,

    • Frank Hu
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  2. ShashiShailaj-MSFT 7,411 Reputation points Microsoft Employee
    2019-12-25T18:57:32.637+00:00

    I checked the details and found that in your scenario this can happen if you are using Microsoft Account (Live ID) , it can give you an error. I am assuming that you have logged on to the portal using a live ID which have Owner privileges on the Azure subscription and is a global admin in the Azure AD associated with that subscription where you have deployed Azure API for FHIR. Please follow the steps below.

    1. I would suggest you to logon to azure Portal with global admin account that you use currently and create a new local user within the Azure AD which would be like (newUser)@(tenant).onmicrosoft.com .
    2. Once this user is created please assign the Global Administrator role to this account .
    3. Provide this global administrator Owner rights on the subscription where you have Azure API for FHIR deployed .
    4. Once done , please use a new cookie-isolation browser session (preferably Inprivate/incognito/private window) to logon with this new user to the azure portal and you should be able to modify the Azure API for FHIR and add new users using "allowed Object Ids" list provided the object Ids are for users from the same tenant .
    5. In case your Azure AD tenant is a viral tenant , you may need to use viral tenant takeover procedure if the above does not work and then follow the above steps 1-4 again to accomplish the task of adding multiple allowed object Ids in Authentication tab. I tried adding a user in my test Azure API for FHIR deployment and the following is what I see in the change history logs for the write operation activity . You can check this from Activity log and inspecting the write operation details.

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    And you can see below that I had added the same Object ID in the authentication tab as show above in the change history reports .

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    I have included the multiple links for making sure that you have all the details as needed. I am fairly certain that this would solve your issue , However if it does not , please feel free to reply in comment and let us know about your findings.

    Should the information in this post help you , please feel free to mark it as answer and vote as helpful so that it is helpful to other community members.

    Thank you.