WillemBERROUBACHE611464

Syntax of the command for Call API on Linux

Discussion created by WillemBERROUBACHE611464 on Jun 30, 2017
Latest reply on May 2, 2018 by JohnTorres603474
Good Morning,

When I'm trying to use the Call API command for Linux (AE v12), I always have an access denied if I put the number of my client and the user with department in the command.
But if I enter this information in the ucblx6c.ini file, I can connect to the system.

I'm using this command, without informations for user and client number in the .ini file :
PATHCALLAPI/bin/ucxblx6c SCRIPT=PATHSCRIPTCALLAPI/scriptoa LOGON=0100, CALLAPI, UC INI=PATHCALLAPI/bin/ucxblx6c.ini

If I use this command (without the LOGON part in the command) I can connect to the system if the Client Number and Login are in the .ini file :
PATHCALLAPI/bin/ucxblx6c SCRIPT=PATHSCRIPTCALLAPI/scriptoa INI=PATHCALLAPI/bin/ucxblx6c.ini

I also changed the UC_USER_LOGON to allow connections without a password...

Does anyone have the solution? Thank you for your help





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