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  1. In Topic: Is there an easier/better way?

    Posted 20 May 2015

    why not put that into a case statement
  2. In Topic: webservices return Invalid Authentication Token

    Posted 19 May 2015

    View Postno2pencil, on 19 May 2015 - 01:21 PM, said:

    View PostDarenR, on 19 May 2015 - 01:19 PM, said:

    When you set the config as the ip it returns a dns name instead of the ip.

    Where is this config set?
    What software reads & obeys the config?
    "it returns a dns" what is it?

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    The owner of the domain which is our parent company

    how do they use it?



    <endpoint address="http://72.18.134.162/MSDOT/PontisSyncService.svc"
    binding="wsHttpBinding" bindingConfiguration="wsHttpBinding"
    contract="PontisWebServices.IPontisSyncService" name="wsHttpBinding" />

    software is a custom built software that i can not modify

    dns-- changes depending on what i stick int he endpoint

    the domain is used for their main apps and will house the db's we need

    but like i said they are setting up a new server that we will hopefully have by the end of the week so this may not be an issue then
  3. In Topic: webservices return Invalid Authentication Token

    Posted 19 May 2015

    The issue is the domain is set up with an ip address. The owner of the domain which is our parent company set it up so you need an ip to log into the server. When you set the config as the ip it returns a dns name instead of the ip. the webservice that was created by our sister company uses a method which forces the authentication to be the same on login. so if we use the dns name it returns the machine name. if we use the machine name it returns the ip. The issue is that we can not log in with the webservice because the tokens are not be authenticated by the webservice and server because the constant changing of the url. We think it is a firewall issue but the dumb guy who set it up wont get back to us to fix the issue. If i force a host on my machine with the IP I can get it to log in via cmd prompt, however the webservice isnt made to use the cmd prompt so it is useless. I was just lookign for a work around to this dumb issue but it seems the client is going to set up a new server for demoing by the end of the week which will hopefully resolve all this junk.
  4. In Topic: webservices return Invalid Authentication Token

    Posted 19 May 2015

    The webservice (which we didnt make) is designed to update a database when another database is updated. The reason for this is because our company and our sister company use 2 different apps with 2 totally different database schemas and totally different code sets for the apps. So basically the client wants to use the functionality of app A with the database output from app B
  5. In Topic: webservices return Invalid Authentication Token

    Posted 18 May 2015

    instead of xxx.xxx.xx.x it returns wwww.address.com and the people who made the webservice only accept single values not converted values.

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