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Connect to Ellipse 6.3 Error - Host Authentication

Connect to Ellipse 6.3 Error - Host Authentication

Connect to Ellipse 6.3 Error - Host Authentication

(OP)
Hi,

I am currently attempting to connect to Ellipse 6.3 via CICS Transnational Gateway using Java. I receive the following error: CTG RC value indicates flow failure: -7 (OK); CICS RC is -7 (ECI_ERR_TRANSACTION_ABEND).

Information that I found about the error message:
A client is trying to connect passing External Authentication Credential to Ellipse, but this instance is set for internal authentication only and therefore it ignores the request.
Check the host authentication flag on the client and make sure it is not enabled.
Internal authentication (Ellipse only) is being performed.

RE: Connect to Ellipse 6.3 Error - Host Authentication

Hi ShahirHiralal,
Have you found a solution to your problem?
Drew

RE: Connect to Ellipse 6.3 Error - Host Authentication

(OP)
Hi Drew,

It turns out the the .Jar file we were using was incompatible with Ellipse 6. So we sourced a new .Jar file from Mincom aka Ventyx.

Regards,
Shahir.

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