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Article ID: 128383, created on Feb 19, 2016, last review on Nov 1, 2016

  • Applies to:
  • Business Automation


AccountAdd_API or PlaceOrderAndAuthorize_API fail with "Access Denied" exception.


There are several possible reason for such issue:

  1. The user under which API call is made does not have the required privilege in his role (e.g. ACCOUNTS_CREATE_MODIFY for AccountAdd_API).
  2. The user under which API call is made is not a staff member of the VendorAccountID specified in the call (e.g. the resellers staff member attempts to create an account/order for the provider).
  3. Incorrect call structure, for example, the first optional parameter AccountID is passed as int and the system considers this parameter as a VendorAccountID. As a result the system checks if the user under which the call is made is a staff member of this VendorAccountID and it results in Access Denied.


  1. Either add a privilege to the role or use a different user.
  2. User a vendors staff member to execute a call.
  3. Correct the structure according to the documentation, AccountID is to be passed as string, e.g. <value>AccountID=100025689</value>.

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