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Security token required #32

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iiSeymour opened this Issue Sep 7, 2014 · 4 comments

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iiSeymour commented Sep 7, 2014

Connecting from outside the accounts trusted network produces the following message.

 LOGIN_MUST_USE_SECURITY_TOKEN: Invalid username, password, security token;
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The solution from SFDC is:

How to enter your security token:

When accessing salesforce.com either via a desktop client or the API from outside of your company's trusted networks:

If your password = "mypassword"
And your security token = "XXXXXXXXXX"
You must enter "mypasswordXXXXXXXXXX" in place of your password

Note that you do not enter a security token in place of your password when logging into salesforce.com via a browser.

iiSeymour commented Sep 7, 2014

The solution from SFDC is:

How to enter your security token:

When accessing salesforce.com either via a desktop client or the API from outside of your company's trusted networks:

If your password = "mypassword"
And your security token = "XXXXXXXXXX"
You must enter "mypasswordXXXXXXXXXX" in place of your password

Note that you do not enter a security token in place of your password when logging into salesforce.com via a browser.

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Same as any app using the soap api. One alternative would be to use oauth logins. See issue #5

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superfell commented Sep 8, 2014

Same as any app using the soap api. One alternative would be to use oauth logins. See issue #5

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How about instead of displaying the error message a third input is added for the users security token?

iiSeymour commented Sep 8, 2014

How about instead of displaying the error message a third input is added for the users security token?

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Yeah,it could do that.

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superfell commented Sep 11, 2014

Yeah,it could do that.

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