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I successfully exposed a process as a webservice.
The Rapidminer Server is running locally on my machine.
I can make a request to the webservice through Postman, or the browser and get the expected result.
But only when I try to call the webservice from my angular2 website,
because of a missing 'Access-Control-Allow-Origin'.
XMLHttpRequest cannot load http://localhost:8080/api/rest/public/process/applyDT. Response to preflight request doesn't pass access control check: No 'Access-Control-Allow-Origin' header is present on the requested resource. Origin 'http://localhost:3000' is therefore not allowed access.
Where within the Rapidminer Server Settings can I setup the 'Access-Control-Allow-Origin' header?
I searched everywhere and couldn't find anybody with the same problem.
Any tips would be really appreciated.
The webservice is exposed as anonymous.
The process is stored at rapidminerserver/home/anonymous/...
I edited the access rights of the process, so that the anonymous user can do everything.
I query the webservice using the public link:
Thanks for your help,
Yes, i've already set both
Did not work unfortunately.
Thanks for your help,
This page gives plenty of information on the user anonymous and how to allow webservice access to this user.
I have read that documentation.
I followed it exactly as it is stated there.
The only thing that I was not able to follow was to give the anonymous user access rights to the webservice. In the documentation it says:
You can now set access rights to the web service.
User anonymous also has rights to the corresponding process and all linked content, such as data and models.
I can't find any option to edit access rights to the web service. I can only edit the web service or test it.
The only thing I was able to do, was giving the anonymous user access rights to the process/resource, which the web service is using.
I have the same Access-Control-Allow-Origin problem. Have you found the solution?
Sorry, but I misunderstood your problem in the first place.
As for now you cannot set the HTTP response header values (e.g. Access-Control-Allow-Origin) to enable CORS with RapidMiner Server.
We are aware of this and put in on our roadmap. Nevertheless, I am not able to make any assumptions regarding the solution date since changing this requires quite some effort.
So the only immediate solution is to disable cross-domain access checks? How are RapidMiner Server, web-services intended to be used?
Please advise if you now have a plan for when this will be fixed.