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      Mathias Jung
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        Hallo zusammen,

        ich hatte folgendes Script in Version 10.0.15:

        public function __construct()
        {
        $this->System = 'otobo';
        $this->RestUser = 'USER';
        $this->RestPassword = 'PWD';
        $this->WebServiceName = 'GenericTicketConnectorREST';
        $this->BaseURL = "https://" . $this->System . ".xxxxxxxxx.de/otobo/nph-genericinterface.pl/Webservice/" . $this->WebServiceName;
        $this->Headers = [];
        $this->Body = json_encode(
        [
        "UserLogin" => $this->RestUser,
        "Password" => $this->RestPassword,
        ]
        );
        $response = Unirest\Request::post($this->BaseURL . "/Session", $this->Headers, $this->Body);
        if (!$response->body->SessionID)
        {
        echo "
        
        <pre>ERROR: Keine Session-ID
        Base URL: $this->BaseURL
        ";
        print_r($response) . "</pre>
        ";
        exit(1);
        }
        $this->SessionID = $response->body->SessionID;
        }

        Lief ohne Probleme.

        Jetzt nach dem Update auf 10.1.2 erhalte ich nur noch eine Fehlermeldung:

        ERROR: Keine Session-ID
        Base URL: https://xxxxxxxxxxx.de/otobo/nph-genericinterface.pl/Webservice/GenericTicketConnectorREST
        Unirest\Response Object
        (
        [code] => 200
        [raw_body] => {"Error":{"ErrorMessage":"SessionCreate: Password parameter is missing!","ErrorCode":"SessionCreate.MissingParameter"}}
        [body] => stdClass Object
        (
        [Error] => stdClass Object
        (
        [ErrorMessage] => SessionCreate: Password parameter is missing!
        [ErrorCode] => SessionCreate.MissingParameter
        )
        )
        [headers] => Array
        (
        [0] => HTTP/1.1 200 OK
        [Connection] => close
        [Content-Type] => application/json; charset=UTF-8
        [Content-Length] => 119
        )
        )

        Hat jemand eine Idee in welche Richtung ich da suchen muss?
        Bin absolut ratlos….

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