Have you registered and gotten a clientID?
My application runs on an IP address on local server, so I tried to get clientID but unable to get for the IP 172.16.112.83
I have credentials for localhost but when I run application on server having IP address pdf doesn't load because of credentials.
Kindly suggest how to get credentials for an IP address?
Please suggest how to get credentials for the IP address.
Why do you think you can get credentials for an IP address, when the form only mentions name?
My application is running on an intranet IP address we don't have a domain name. so for using embed PDF API I need the credential else it will not work.
Why aren't you using "localhost" since you applied for credentials for that name. Names must match, localhost is the universal method of doing this if the server is on the same machine.
Yes, I can use localhost for viewing pdf on that particular server using localhost but our team members also use the same application for view pdf using the IP address of the server but then the pdf does not load for others as they can access the server through only IP address not using localhost.
Any help will be appreciated.
Then, I would say, you need to get credentials for a specific hostname, and set up that hostname on your local net.
Im facing this same problem, have you had any resolve?
I'm trying to use PDF Embed API.
Is there still an issue with creating an API Key linked with localhost?
Ideally I would like a clientKey that works against localhost and against the domain of the public web server so that I don't need to change code when publishing.
im having this same problem, have you had any resolved?