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DI API 6.7: error 100000010 when connecting to database


I am using SBO 2004 A (6.70.184 SP:00 PL:01) and DI API 6.7.

when I connect to the database with single sign-on, I get as error result "100000010". A direct connect with DI API 6.7 or using single sign-on with DI API 6.5 works fine.

Thank in advance,


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    Posted on Dec 03, 2004 at 12:29 PM


    GetLastError(...) returns an empty string as message text.

    I think this must be a problem with the AddonIdentifier string. For some reason I used the implementation key and if I set AddonIdentifier to the development key it works.

    Well, this is ok for developing, but what about implementation? I have enough free licences for this addon type. The problem still exists.

    Maybe I don't understand the addon licence concept, so any information about this topic would be helpful.

    Does anyone know how to get the licence key name for an addon solution? I did not found any anything about this on SMB.



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    • Former Member Ibai Peña

      This is what I got from SAP support:

      "When developing an Addon using Single Sign On (so using the DI and the UI) the AddOn Identifier generated with the Development option should be used.

      <b>The implementation option is only for little addons created with the UI for small changes in your UI such as hiding a button/field and so on.</b>"

      That means, using DI and implementation key as addon-identifier is not possible.

      Thanks to all.



  • Posted on Dec 02, 2004 at 02:54 PM

    Hi Ronny,

    Do you have a message text associated to this error number? Have you tried Company.GetLastError(...) function?

    Maybe you should post the SSO code you use.



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