open owa in a separate iframe

open owa in a separate iframe

Post by steen maig » Thu, 22 Mar 2007 02:36:14


Hi .

First of all, i know this can be done in another way, but the customer wants
to have he's Outlook web calendar in an iframe in CRM.
Now setting the URL in the iframe to:
https://server.com/exchange/user/calender/kalender?Cmd=contents
shows the owa logon page , but when i try to logon with the right
domain\username and password, the logon page keeps comming back
prompting for login and password again. What do i have to make that work.
Furthermore i would like to be able to fill in the username and password
from
crm by using variables. Is that possible.

Regards
S *** Maigaard
 
 
 

open owa in a separate iframe

Post by Glen Scale » Sat, 24 Mar 2007 07:00:15

To do the Logon for a user you need do to a synthetic forms based logon and
then make sure you manage and submit the cookies for that session there's a
sample for doing this programmatically here
http://www.yqcomputer.com/
maybe you don't have rights or that the cookies are being submitted
correctly from the browser session. You might want to have a look at you IIS
logs these might give you more of idea of what the actually error you
getting is. (eg look at the status ect in the logs)

Cheers
Glen

 
 
 

open owa in a separate iframe

Post by steen maig » Sat, 24 Mar 2007 16:31:10

Thanks for the reply Glen, i'll give it a try.

Regards
S ***

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