Willem_Berroubache_9409

Syntax of the command for Call API on Linux

Discussion created by Willem_Berroubache_9409 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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