we are integrating Salesforce and SAP systems. For that we are making a callout to SAP with username and password in the header. When i checked the debug log the callout_request entry contains an xml request. But i did not find the header information which is the username and password in that request XML. Where can i find it? How could i ensure that i am sending the headers correctly? Experts please suggest. Thanks
I am trying to use PHP curl to authenticate my app’s user, but instead of authenticating with OAuth it returns the actual html login form as a response. Why? I don’t want to redirect the user over and over every time the need to re-authenticate.
I am trying to implement SOAP-API for Java and find that the authentication is 2 step using the REST and then passing the token in the SOAP header. I also downloaded the example from http://help.exacttarget.com/en/technical_library/web_service_guide/getting_started_developers_and_the_exacttarget_api/connecting_to_the_api_using_java_and_axis2/
For my registration page, I want to check for existing users before adding a new user to avoid duplicate usernames. For some reason, after I check if an existing username exists in the database, it does not run any of the code afterwards.
I am trying to set up the user authentication for the login page using forms and comparing it to database values and my code works but then I realized I was getting login successful if I put any password if it was available in the database. What I want to do is to search for the mail and get the password for that user only not the whole database. My database will contain no duplicate emails so I don’t have to worry about that. I have spend too much time trying to figure out how to get the password for same user the email is.
From what I understood it may be,
!isset($_SESSION['loggedin'])) and maybe few other lines
I am adding a basic login form to my project and it gives me this error java.sql.SQLException: Illegal operation on empty result set.” when the username or password doesn’t match the data in the MySQL database.
I’m trying to create an authentication system using Python Flask. However, Whenever I submit my registration form, there are no errors and it redirects correctly, but the user information isn’t ever stored in my MySQL database.
I’m trying to connect to a mySQL database at http://bluesql.net, but when I try to connect, it gives this error:
I’ve installed MySQL server on a remote Ubuntu machine. The
root user is defined in the
mysql.user table this way: