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imthenachoman
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how to get a meeting's participant details using the URL or XML API

Hello.

I read this document but am still a little lost and was hoping for some guidance. I am trying to figure out how to use the URL or XML API to retriever participant details for an instance of a recurring meeting. Any help is greatly appreciated.

https://developer.cisco.com/fileMedia/download/603328ba-f99c-4624-b1af-7302a9150433

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nmorrow
Cisco Employee

Hello,

     Using XML API, you could call LstmeetingattendeeHistory, using both date range, and meeting key as filtering options to be sure you are getting results for a single occurrence.

Thank you! I will try that as soon as I figure out how to use the XML API. Having trouble with authenticating but I think that is cause my company is blocking the XML Service.

Hello,

     XML API uses standard HTTPS over port 443, which wouldn't typically be blocked unless they specifically block the URL. There can be some confusion over which authentication details you should use if your WebEx site uses single sign on.

Yes. We use single sign on. How does the XML API work with that? I haven't seen anything referenced about SSO.

Hello,

     For SSO sites, you would use your network login credentials usually. These credentials are different than WebEx login credentials. If you are a site admin on the WebEx site, your WebEx account will have a password. If you have a regular host account, you will need to use SSO for authentication. XML API supports SSO by generating a session ticket that is used in place of password. The session ticket is generated using either the XML request AuthenticateUser with a valid SAML assertion in BASE64 encoding.

Alternately, you can load a browser window or control pointing to https://sitename.webex.com/dispatcher/FederatedSSO.do?site=sitename&TYPE=PT (Both instances of “sitename” should be replaced with the actual subdomain of the WebEx microsite). Once authentication is negotiated between the IdP and WebEx, a page will load with hidden data, including one named “ticket” that would include the session ticket for XML requests.

jenji
Cisco Employee

Hi,

How can I get the "ticket" that loaded in the page(https://sitename.webex.com/dispatcher/FederatedSSO.do?site=sitename&TYPE=PT) in front-end(like ajax)? Thx very much!

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