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Mid instance server heartbeat monitoring.

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Hi Everyone

I need to use heartbeat monitoring for mid and marketing instances.

According to Adobe support docs its says I need to supply username and password.

Support doc:

https://experienceleague.adobe.com/docs/campaign-classic/using/monitoring-campaign-classic/productio...

Please advice which format I need to supply username and password in following link. Operator is already created on server.

 

Monitoring using:

/nl/jsp/ping.jsp

This http(s)😕/<Application server url>/nl/jsp/ping.jsp

 

Thanks
Jeegnesh.

 

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Hi,

 

You have to log on through soap action xtk:session#Logon then in subsequent requests pass the session token via http cookie header, e.g. 'Cookie: __sessiontoken=token'.

The logon action also returns a 'pstrSecurityToken' and requests have a field in the soap boilerplate for session tokens but I don't know what those are used for (decoys?).

 

Thanks,

-Jon

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Correct answer by
Community Advisor

Hi,

 

You have to log on through soap action xtk:session#Logon then in subsequent requests pass the session token via http cookie header, e.g. 'Cookie: __sessiontoken=token'.

The logon action also returns a 'pstrSecurityToken' and requests have a field in the soap boilerplate for session tokens but I don't know what those are used for (decoys?).

 

Thanks,

-Jon