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*john bartak
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error received when logging in

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10-14-2004 11:56 AM
Forward from e-mail received from user: I am moving along with my Buzzsaw integration project. I am looking now into the PPTreeViewSample. For some reason, it does not work on my PC. When I attempt to log in, there is an error message "There was an I/O error in accessing the server". I know the server is accessible, because I can log in using a GUI client, and because if I enter a wrong password, the message is different.
*john bartak
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Re: error received when logging in

10-14-2004 12:00 PM in reply to: *john bartak
The user was using a URL that they copied from the thick client -- something like: https://projectpoint.buzzsaw.com/SiteName. ProjectPoint has two formats of URL's, one for use by the ThickClient and one by WebDAV. Guess what? The COMAPI uses the WebDAV URL's. Try using https://webdav.buzzsaw.com/SiteName or https://webfolders.buzzsaw.com/SiteName "john bartak" wrote in message news:416ecb62_1@newsprd01... > Forward from e-mail received from user: > > I am moving along with my Buzzsaw integration project. I am looking now > into the PPTreeViewSample. For some reason, it does not work on my PC. > When I attempt to log in, there is an error message "There was an I/O error > in accessing the server". I know the server is accessible, because I can log > in > using a GUI client, and because if I enter a wrong password, the message is > different. > >
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