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Can GetjoinurlMeeting(XML API) appropriate for attendee account ?

OHua
Beginner
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Can GetjoinurlMeeting(XML API) appropriate for attendee account which is mentioned in Webex Help Center Article(https://help.webex.com/en-us/article/9dmqgv/Edit-Service-Licenses-in-Control-Hub-for-Individual-Users) ?
When attendee enter the link in browser, I need attendee account join meeting automatically login in background instead login by himself
And use attendee account information to join the meeting without typing by himself
 
Or another approach different from GetjoinurlMeeting(XML API) is OK, thanks for  any advice
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Rudrakshi
Cisco Employee
Cisco Employee

Please find below an example of the Request body that would generate an attendee specific join link where the user will not be prompted to enter any info an will be joined directly into the meeting:

<body>
<bodyContent xsi:type="java:com.webex.service.binding.meeting.GetjoinurlMeeting">
<meetingKey>1234567890</meetingKey>
<attendeeName>Example User</attendeeName>
<attendeeEmail>user@example.com</attendeeEmail>
<meetingPW>password</meetingPW>
</bodyContent>
</body>

The URL returned in the API response have an MTID string (MTID=m7c29598f********e139215") that has all of this information encoded so the attendee will be joined directly into the session without having to enter anything.

 

The documentation for the XML API seems to be not updated as per the latest format of the XML request and response. Our team has requested the documentation team to update the GetjoinurlMeeting description (https://developer.cisco.com/docs/webex-xml-api-reference-guide/#!getjoinurlmeeting/getjoinurlmeeting).



Best regards,
Rudrakshi Srivastava

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Rudrakshi
Cisco Employee
Cisco Employee

Please find below an example of the Request body that would generate an attendee specific join link where the user will not be prompted to enter any info an will be joined directly into the meeting:

<body>
<bodyContent xsi:type="java:com.webex.service.binding.meeting.GetjoinurlMeeting">
<meetingKey>1234567890</meetingKey>
<attendeeName>Example User</attendeeName>
<attendeeEmail>user@example.com</attendeeEmail>
<meetingPW>password</meetingPW>
</bodyContent>
</body>

The URL returned in the API response have an MTID string (MTID=m7c29598f********e139215") that has all of this information encoded so the attendee will be joined directly into the session without having to enter anything.

 

The documentation for the XML API seems to be not updated as per the latest format of the XML request and response. Our team has requested the documentation team to update the GetjoinurlMeeting description (https://developer.cisco.com/docs/webex-xml-api-reference-guide/#!getjoinurlmeeting/getjoinurlmeeting).



Best regards,
Rudrakshi Srivastava

sandiban
Cisco Employee
Cisco Employee

Hi @OHua 

Thanks for sharing your queries here in Community portal directly.

Yes, using the GetjoinurlMeeting endpoint from XML Webex API, users can directly join the meeting. There should not be any problem regarding that.

Just a few additional pointers on using this API -

  1. Host must need to start the meeting to get his/her attendees joined to the meeting
  2. There will be a one-time use meeting URL generated with this API. Once the meeting is over, the auto-generated URL would be expired
  3. Host needs to start the meeting first, otherwise the attendees won't be able to join the meeting
  4. An expired one-time meeting URL won't work in future

Please let us know for any further assistance on this.
Thanks!
Sandip

Hi, @sandiban 

still struggling

 

I have two host account A, B

first, I use user A to create a meeting on <siteId>.webex.com by chrome browser

and the meeting is starting at chrome browser

 

case 1:

<securityContext>
      <webExID><user_A_email></webExID>
      <webExAccessToken><user_A_oauth_token></webExAccessToken>
      <siteName><my_site_id></siteName>
</securityContext>

<bodyContent xsi:type="java:com.webex.service.binding.meeting.GetjoinurlMeeting">
<sessionKey><meeting_sessionKey></sessionKey>
<attendeeName>James Kirk</attendeeName>
</bodyContent>

case 2:

<securityContext>
      <webExID><user_B_email></webExID>
      <webExAccessToken><user_B_oauth_token></webExAccessToken>
      <siteName><my_site_id></siteName>
</securityContext>

<bodyContent xsi:type="java:com.webex.service.binding.meeting.GetjoinurlMeeting">
      <sessionKey><meeting_sessionKey></sessionKey>
      <attendeeName>James Kirk</attendeeName>
</bodyContent>

then, case1 and case2, response would be same like this:

"serv:bodyContent": {
        "@xsi:type": "meet:getjoinurlMeetingResponse",
        "@xmlns:xsi": "http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance",
        "meet:joinMeetingURL": "https://<my_site_id>.webex.com/<my_site_id>/m.php?MTID=m7c29598f********e139215",
        "meet:inviteMeetingURL": "https://<my_site_id>.webex.com/<my_site_id>/j.php?MTID=mcd363********ccba50e2ce3"
}

 

It's different from document example 

It should has AN(attendeeName) in url parameter, isn't it?

MicrosoftTeams-image.png

Assume that GetjoinurlMeeting can return an url

attendee can enter this url in browser, then automatic login, join into meeting with his name and email
without typing by himself

截圖 2022-04-20 上午10.12.31.png

 

any advice please

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