igstrachan Absent Member.
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Trusted Application Login

We created a trusted application Key

when trying to login I enter the .name as the application name visible in Console0ne and the .key provided when the trusted key was created.

the login request returns code 59905 "Bad parameter passed to a NCSP function" and no session ID.

I didn't enter anything for .UserName or .Proxy
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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: Trusted Application Login

Ian Strachan wrote:
> We created a trusted application Key
>
> when trying to login I enter the .name as the application name visible
> in Console0ne and the .key provided when the trusted key was created.
>
> the login request returns code 59905 "Bad parameter passed to a NCSP
> function" and no session ID.
>
> I didn't enter anything for .UserName or .Proxy

And did you include a loginversion?
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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: Trusted Application Login

Ian Strachan schrieb:
> We created a trusted application Key
>
> when trying to login I enter the .name as the application name visible
> in Console0ne and the .key provided when the trusted key was created.
>
> the login request returns code 59905 "Bad parameter passed to a NCSP
> function" and no session ID.
>
> I didn't enter anything for .UserName or .Proxy


You need the username so the POA knows which data you want to see.

Also make sure you use the correct WSDL file version for the POA version
and make sure you use the correct schema string in the login method for
the WSDL file version.

Ray.
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igstrachan Absent Member.
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Re: Trusted Application Login

Thanks, adding a username resolved the login

>>> Ray<ray@nospam.de> 11/8/2009 10:23 PM >>>

Ian Strachan schrieb:
> We created a trusted application Key
>
> when trying to login I enter the .name as the application name visible
> in Console0ne and the .key provided when the trusted key was created.
>
> the login request returns code 59905 "Bad parameter passed to a NCSP
> function" and no session ID.
>
> I didn't enter anything for .UserName or .Proxy


You need the username so the POA knows which data you want to see.

Also make sure you use the correct WSDL file version for the POA version
and make sure you use the correct schema string in the login method for
the WSDL file version.

Ray.
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