Access to onePKv1.1

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Created by: Richard Chomjak on 28-12-2013 05:59:48 AM
Hi,

I am still waiting for access to cisco onePK 1.1.

In another words: "The onePK SDK is pending export clearance is scheduled to be available for your location December 21, 2013. We apologize for the inconvenience. Please try back then."

I am not sure if onepk 1.1 has been released for members of early access or you still working on it.

Thanks

-RCh

Subject: RE: Access to onePKv1.1
Replied by: Joseph Clarke on 28-12-2013 10:06:46 AM
Access has not been enabled for you as yet.  Have you previously signed the beta and controlled availability agreements for onePK?

Subject: RE: Access to onePKv1.1
Replied by: Richard Chomjak on 28-12-2013 10:37:40 AM
Yes, I have access to onePK version 1.0.

edit:

I can download onepk v1.0.0 from devnet and from CDN (http://cdn.cisco.com/web/onepk-developer/sdk-and-docs-for-c)
But still dont have access to get 1.1.0.

Thank you.

Subject: RE: Access to onePKv1.1
Replied by: Richard Chomjak on 28-12-2013 03:06:26 PM
Could you help me with it?

I wrote email to "Anoop Mohan (anomohan)" <anomohan@cisco.com> , but mail server returned error 5.1.0 - Unknown address error 550-'5.1.1 <anomohan@cisco.com>... User unknown' (that person wrote me email about onePK access)

I have access, but I am not able download new release. Also I wrote new request to gain access, in my opinion that way will very long.

Thank you,

Richard Chomjak

Subject: RE: Access to onePKv1.1
Replied by: Joseph Clarke on 28-12-2013 08:06:14 PM
We're looking into this.  Apparently not everyone had their access granted.  Due to the holidays, it may be until the week of Jan 6 until this is complete, however.

Subject: RE: Access to onePKv1.1
Replied by: Richard Chomjak on 09-01-2014 09:46:01 AM
In this morning (Brno, Czech republic, Europe), I see in onepk at devnet new options (all in one VM). I accept licence and downloaded it.
EDIT:  (Brno, Czech republic, Europe)  Central European Time Zone (UTC+01:00)

But I still don't have access to C API and JAVA API, but I can open APIs documentations, however I can download python API and python API documentation. (In past I can't read documentation C and JAVA ( I didn't test python documentation))

For C and JAVA apis has been generated new "error message":

Access Denied
Your account does not have the appropriate access to display the requested page. Please contact your Cisco account representative for further direction.

Subject: RE: Access to onePKv1.1
Replied by: Karen Cadora on 09-01-2014 10:39:08 AM
The all-in-one VM has all 3 SDKs pre-loaded, so if you downloaded that, you should have access to all the APIs and documentation.  In the meantime, we are investigating the restrictions on the standalone C and Java APIs.  Thanks for your patience.
Shelly

Subject: RE: Access to onePKv1.1
Replied by: Richard Chomjak on 09-01-2014 11:19:40 AM
I know it, but in my humble opinion this image has been corrupted

more information: http://cdn.cisco.com/web/onepk-developer/forum/-/message_boards/message/22512536

Subject: RE: Access to onePKv1.1
Replied by: Joseph Clarke on 09-01-2014 11:59:41 AM
It is corrupt.  The file size should be around ~ 2.6 GB and the MD5 should be 683581627c232c79ca21afdbbd054e69.  We're looking at getting it fixed now.

Subject: RE: Access to onePKv1.1
Replied by: Joseph Clarke on 09-01-2014 09:37:04 AM
Sounds like you're able to download things now?  We're looking at the AiO integrity report.  Just closing the loop on the access issue.

Subject: RE: Access to onePKv1.1
Replied by: Richard Chomjak on 10-01-2014 03:01:50 AM
Thanks, I have access to java and C (x64) onePK API and docs. (Only for information, I still don't have access to C x86 API version, but I  don't need it)

Subject: RE: Access to onePKv1.1
Replied by: Richard Chomjak on 10-01-2014 11:08:16 AM
Currently I can download 32-bit SDK, In morning I couldn't.

Subject: RE: Access to onePKv1.1
Replied by: Joseph Clarke on 10-01-2014 10:43:33 AM
Thanks for reporting.  I let the DevNet people know so the 32-bit SDKs can be accessible as well.

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