Have there been any recent changes to the API or user access that would affect how our data integrations work? We currently have some cases where we have set up a connection from Anaplan to Alteryx using Basic Authentication. Over the weekend, something seems to have changed in the connection where the user account we were using (which has been flagged as an SSO user since May) must be marked as an Exception user in order for the connection to work. Have any other customers reported a similar issue?
Although I understand that Anaplan recommends that there be at least one admin user per customer who is flagged as an Exception user, this does not sit well with our internal INFOSEC group.
I have to respectfully disagree as this has been working on a daily basis, with the integration account flagged as an SSO user since May, until last Friday. We opened a case with Anaplan Support, and their response so far is to conclude that there was a "change in behavior that may have been caused by the recent release over the past weekend." We are still waiting on a further update from them.
Thank you for this information; this was extremely helpful for multiple reasons. Although our case is a little bit different, I can see the similarities in here to what we are experiencing. In addition, we are now working on a project where our Data Hub is in a separate workspace from the Target model, so it is good to have this information for that project.
We had the exact same thing and had this response:
"The platform upgrade which took place last weekend (8th Aug) has introduced a change which now means users who are sending API requests must be marked as Exception users in the workspace (SSO unchecked). As I understand, this change was not intended to be made without prior communication to customers, however it was inadvertently introduced as part of a fix for a particular bug. "