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Mark Sayers
2004-10-12, 13:29
Here goes

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?>
<LIVE365_API_LOGIN_CGI><Code>0</Code>
<Reason>Success</Reason>
<Session_ID>slayaz:29DsJM1zfJJS2</Session_ID>
<Application_ID>live365:BROWSER</Application_ID>
<Device_ID>80.3.32.4-1096106547928</Device_ID>
<Member_Status>PREFERRED</Member_Status>
</LIVE365_API_LOGIN_CGI>

OK?

On 12/10/04 9:21 PM, "Jim" <jim1128 (AT) comcast (DOT) net> wrote:

> Mark Sayers wrote:
>
>> The messages in the log are:
>>
>> 2004-10-12 19:08:26.1892 Live365 login error: 6
>> 2004-10-12 19:08:28.3866 Live365.login: ok
>> 2004-10-12 19:08:31.0178 Live365 login error: 6
>>
>> I hope that helps you!
>>
>> Thanks again
>
> There are three ways that error can come about:
> 1. Total failure to connect to the Live365 web site (can't open port 80)
> 2. The Live365 web site doesn't respond with an "OK" response header
> (specifically: "HTTP/1.1 200 OK")
> 3. The data returned by Live365.com contains no content, only headers.
>
> So, let's take a look at logging in...
> Edit the below URL so that member_name and password reflect your
> credentials instead of ***, and use your web browser to open it.
>
> http://www.live365.com/cgi-bin/api_login.cgi?action=login&remember=Y&org=live3
> 65&member_name=***&password=***
>
> You should get back something like (you may need to "view source" to see
> it like this):
> <?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1" ?>
> - <LIVE365_API_LOGIN_CGI>
> <Code>0</Code>
> <Reason>Success</Reason>
> <Session_ID>your_user_name:random_characters</Session_ID>
> <Application_ID>live365:BROWSER</Application_ID>
> <Device_ID>UNKNOWN</Device_ID>
> <Member_Status>REGULAR</Member_Status>
> </LIVE365_API_LOGIN_CGI>
>
> (Your member_status field might read "PREFERRED" if you're a VIP member.)
>
> Regardless, let me know what you turn up.
>
> J
>
>