12-08-2010 01:45 PM
I figured it was something I was doing wrong in my implementation of the API, but I put our email and password into one of the samples in the SDK and received the same exception.
Could this be an account privileges issue?
02-17-2011 09:30 AM
I'm having this issue as well utilizing PHP as I migrated to the production account. My Demo account worked fine, now I'm getting the exact same error as this user. Can you modify my account in the same manner, and maybe explain a bit further what permission is necessary to avoid the error into the future, for other users.
03-16-2011 12:30 PM
My user access disappeared overnight.
I was running my test PHP yesterday and it was working, I tried this morning and I received a foreach error in the api.php code???
I ran a var_dump on api.php and found the error message to be:
["errorMessage"]=> string(74) "The User is not a member of the specified Account (Check your credentials)"
Credentials.php has not been touched, How did I lose my membership overnight???
07-21-2011 07:42 PM
I have similar problem.
Can you help please?
APIUserEmail = "4be27c2a-1fda-47af-beaa-1371383797b2"
Password = "..."
IntegratorsKey = "NAXX-6905d586-86eb-48ee-82b6-7d0278a1fb76"
APIAccountID = "ec71ce90-bee9-4157-9a42-f8237778c968"
APIHost = "https://demo.docusign.net"
This is the info I am trying to use with LoanCO PHP app.
I keep getting
SoapFault exception: [soap:Client] Invalid Signature Credentials in /home/white/www/DocuSign-eSignature-SDK/PHP/LoanCo
And I see envelopes out for signature in my dashboard.
07-22-2011 09:37 AM
Are you using the default LoanCo sample with only the credentials changed?
When using RequestRecipientToken you'll need to include the Recipient information as well. Check out https://demo.docusign.net/api/3.0/api.asmx?op=Requ