Re: not a valid license key?
- Dude, I thought you worked for Yahoo...wow, that was nice of you!
Good to know that there are people out there who have a helpful
spirit. I definately owe you one! =)
--- In email@example.com, "sagittarian" <cali@...>
> FYI, if you're gonna need much more help figuring this out, then
> gonna have to start charging you! ;)password
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "sagittarian" <cali@>
> > I'm willing to bet that you are not entering the correct
> > for the header values. Please double check. The Username,
> > lilicense headers are the same values your always use. What
> > the masterAccountID and then you add the onBehalfOfUsername and
> > onBehalfOfPassword headers. Leave those values "null" (Or
> > VB) if you are communicating with your own Master account.
> > username = YOUR master account's Username.
> > password = YOUR master account's Password.
> > license = YOUR master account's License Key.
> > masterAccountID = YOUR CLIENT'S Master Account ID
> > accountID = YOUR CLIENT'S Account ID.
> > onBehalfOfUsername = YOUR CLIENT'S Username
> > onBehalfOfPassword = YOUR CLIENT'S Password
> > --- In email@example.com, "verde160" <brian@>
> > wrote:
> > >
> > > Okay...my code matches the requirements. Do you know why I'm
> > > getting a "Login failed for user: masterlogin" exception when
> > > to call the _locationService.getMasterAccountLocation()
> > > The username and password are the correct master account login
> > > username and password...
- Nope, definitely not a Yahoo employee. For all I know, you could work
for a direct compeitor of the company I work for! ;)
If they ever decide to offer me a job to help them define a more usable
API interface, I might be interested though!
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "verde160" <brian@...>
> Dude, I thought you worked for Yahoo...wow, that was nice of you!
> Good to know that there are people out there who have a helpful
> spirit. I definately owe you one! =)