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Aperio webscope .svs images

Srinivasa Rao Vuduta

Joined: Feb 02, 2013
Posts: 2
Dear all,

When I am using webscope it is asking for user name and password for aperio website. I am using below mentioned URL & error when I cancel the authentication screen. I have user name and password, now I want to access this file without giving User name and password. My main Question is when I am accessing guest/public images of Aperio webscope .svs images it wont take authentication, but when in use the inside i.e., user images then it asks for authentication. Now I want to authenticate internally using java code and want to display image in browser as like guest / public image.

URL : http://ap1400-dsr.uthsc.edu/imageserver/@@_oV2N19PC9zsJdFW_ujw1ZN2xGXcgRxG_0w8z-LgyINkp3SPJdMRpzZpHGfvk3kzKQ37pyLWOjhDSdfnY6LEaw==/@53682/view.apml?ViewingMode=1
error : Invalid userid/password: Aperio ImageServer (use 'guest' for public access)

Thanks and Regards

Srinivasa Rao V
Ulf Dittmer

Joined: Mar 22, 2005
Posts: 42958
While I can't say that I fully understand what exactly the problem is, if you have problems accessing a particular web site then the first people to ask should be folks running the site - - maybe the customer service in case of a commercial company, or the IT department in case of a university like here; it seems they would be best-placed to help you. Have you tried that?
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