Cisco Bug: CSCte46941 - BWC Support for Special Characters in JTAPI Password
Feb 02, 2017
- Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CallManager)
Known Affected Releases
7.1(4) 7.1(4.99031.1) 8.0(1)
Symptom: JTAPI fails to authenticate, with an error message saying that the username/password is incorrect. Conditions: This happens repeatedly unless the application has a trailing semicolon (see below). JTAPI will ignore the last argument of a provider string if the application's call to JtapiPeer.getProvider() does not contain a trailing semicolon. This causes JTAPI to fail to authenticate, as the last parameter is usually the password for most JTAPI applications.
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