Error validating users agent
Actions dispatched to an agent from another single agent or thread will occur in the order they were sent, potentially interleaved with actions dispatched to the same agent from other sources.send should be used for actions that are CPU limited, while send-off is appropriate for actions that may block on IO.
Actions are functions (with, optionally, additional arguments) that are asynchronously applied to an Agent’s state and whose return value becomes the Agent’s new state.I have Arc GIS for Server 10.3.1 installed on a vm with Windows Server 2012.I am using a Web Adaptor on my web server which is on a different machine.We used to generate our swagger spec with "type":"any" for any type that wasnt supported in swagger (for ex: maps).It was later pointed out that "type":"object" is the correct representation: #4700 (comment).When you execute a Web agent or open a document that contains a Web Query Open agent, the Lotus Domino Web server returns the following error: "Error 500 HTTP Web Server: Lotus Notes Exception - Error validating user´s agent execution access" You can use the Domino Designer or Domino Administrator client to sign the database design elements, including agents, with a name that has proper access.
In the Domino Designer, you select the agent and click Sign.
When an Agent has errors cached, any subsequent interactions will immediately throw an exception, until the agent’s errors are cleared.
Agent errors can be examined with agent-error and the agent restarted with restart-agent.
We can stop supporting "type":"any" in release 1.4 (1.4 kubectl will not be able to work with 1.2 apiserver, which is fine since we support version skew of only 1).
Verify that the entry in the Server document field "Run unrestricted methods and operations" is correct and contains the name Sametime Development/Lotus Notes Companion Products. Verify that the database is signed with the server id.
Because actions are functions they can also be multimethods and therefore actions are potentially polymorphic.