I'm writing a CGI program.

I've been trying to use the "ProfileToken on" directive in the PBA web server to give my program the level of authority of the requesting user, but I'm having problems.

I'm able to find the HTTP_AS_AUTH_PROFILETKN environment variable, and retrieve it's value. Watching the program in debug, I can see that it's retrieving a 32-byte value that's a series of "random" letters and numbers (possibly something that's base64 encoded.)

When I pass this profile token to the QSYSETPT API, the API returns CPF2274 "Profile Token Not Valid."

I've been banging my head against the wall trying to figure out what I could be doing wrong, but to no avail. Surely it's not possible that Apache is somehow generating invalid tokens, is it?

What could I be doing wrong?

Scott Klement  http://www.scottklement.com

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