The request failed with HTTP status 405: Method Not Allowed.

11 12 2009

Recently on the Axapta-Knowledge-Village discussion board, the following workflow issue was raised, the user had an error when trying to validate his workflow url with the following message being displayed: “The request failed with HTTP status 405: Method Not Allowed.” He was running on the following System configuration:
1. Windows 2008 R2 64 bit.
2. SQL Server 2008
3. IIS 7

To resolve this error. I believe the simple solution suggested by manoj is to set your IIS application Pool’s 32bit property to true

IIS –>Application pool of WF–> rightclick advanced settings and change 32 bit to TRUE.

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8 responses

1 03 2010
Tejashree

Hi ,
When i was trying to validate the workflow URL, the following workflow issue was raised, the following error message is being displayed: “The request failed with HTTP status 405: Method Not Allowed.” I am running on the following System configuration:
1. Windows 2008 R2 32 bit.
2. SQL Server 2008
3. IIS 7

24 03 2010
Aman

Hi Jon,

I am still facing this issue.
We are using,
1. Windows 2008 R2 32 bit.
2. SQL Server 2008
3. IIS 7

Any more clues?

25 04 2010
naveen

Hi Jon,

I am also facing the same issue.

Is there any clue to slove this issue?

26 04 2010
Jonathan

Hi Naveen.
Unfortunately no suggestion apart from the above yet. If you make any progress on this issue please let me know and I can add it so that others can benefit.

24 07 2010
Amer

Hello dears,

Fortunately I was able to solve that problem on Windows Server 2008 R2 successfully. In the beginning enabling the 32-bit application did not work, then I had to create an application myself.

I listed all the steps in my blog: http://blog.amer-ax.com/?p=574

Thank you Jonathan!
Amer

26 07 2010
Jonathan

Thanks Amer for sharing this.

4 05 2011
Gautham

excellent solution!

17 10 2014
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