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kminevkminev 

Login to sandbox with Flex Toolkit

Hi,

 

I've been trying to login to my sandbox with flex toolkit and it is day number 3 with no success I looked at many threads with people having this issue, but I was not able to find a solution to my problem.

 

I tried with the token and with out, also with test.salesforce.com and w / o technically everything that I could. Also I checked and my username and password are correct since I was able to login to sandbox with these credentials.

 

Here is my code snippet:

 

var lr:LoginRequest = new LoginRequest();
                lr.username = "kiril@mail.com.kirilsand";
                lr.password = "myPasswordLsuKA6tMDPQcobimbnqRd9sY";
                //lr.server_url = "https://tapp0.salesforce.com/service/Soap/17.0";
                //lr.server_url = "test.salesforce.com";
               
                lr.callback = new AsyncResponder(logedInToSand, loginToSandFault);
               
                //trace("lr = " + ObjectUtil.toString(lr));
                //apexTest.serverUrl = "test.salesforce.com";
               
                apexTest.login(lr);

 

 

Any help will be appreciated. I alway get the fault exception username or password invalid or user locked out.

 

Thanks in advance. 

 

Best Answer chosen by Admin (Salesforce Developers) 
kminevkminev

var lr:LoginRequest = new LoginRequest();
                lr.username = "kiril@mail.com.kirilsand";
                lr.password = "myPwA6tMDPQcobimbnqRd9sY";
                //lr.server_url = "https://tapp0.salesforce.com/service/Soap/17.0";
                //lr.server_url = "test.salesforce.com";
               
                lr.callback = new AsyncResponder(logedInToSand, loginToSandFault);
               
                //trace("lr = " + ObjectUtil.toString(lr));
                //apexTest.serverUrl = "test.salesforce.com";
                apexTest.serverUrl = "https://test.salesforce.com/services/Soap/u/17.0";
               
                apexTest.login(lr);

 

Thank you.

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kxa422kxa422

You can try something like that

 

var lr:LoginRequest = new LoginRequest();
 

  lr.username = "kiril@mail.com.kirilsand";
  lr.password = "myPasswordLsuKA6tMDPQcobimbnqRd9sY";

apexTest.serverUrl = "https://test.salesforce.com/services/Soap/c/15.0";

 

 lr.callback = new AsyncResponder(logedInToSand, loginToSandFault);

 apexTest.login(lr);

kminevkminev

 Thanks for the input.

 

You suggestion returned the following exception:

 

loginfault: (com.salesforce.results::Fault)#0
  context = (null)
  detail = (null)
  faultcode = "soapenv:Client"
  faultstring = "No operation available for request {urn:partner.soap.sforce.com}login"

kminevkminev

var lr:LoginRequest = new LoginRequest();
                lr.username = "kiril@mail.com.kirilsand";
                lr.password = "myPwA6tMDPQcobimbnqRd9sY";
                //lr.server_url = "https://tapp0.salesforce.com/service/Soap/17.0";
                //lr.server_url = "test.salesforce.com";
               
                lr.callback = new AsyncResponder(logedInToSand, loginToSandFault);
               
                //trace("lr = " + ObjectUtil.toString(lr));
                //apexTest.serverUrl = "test.salesforce.com";
                apexTest.serverUrl = "https://test.salesforce.com/services/Soap/u/17.0";
               
                apexTest.login(lr);

 

Thank you.

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kminevkminev

I am glad answers help even after such a long time