Authenticate A User

To authenticate a user, invoke the authorize() function with success and failure callback functions.

Definition

authorize(identifier, successCallback, failureCallback)

Parameters

identifier:string Platform User username, user push ID, or Directory User identifier for the user
successCallback:string Function to be called on successful authentication
failureCallback:string Function to be called on failed authentication

Example

LKAuthenticationManager.Instance.authorize(username, authorizeSuccessCallback, authorizeFailureCallback);

This will send an authentication request to the end user. Once the user has authorized the request, the authorizeSuccessCallback function will be called and will return the user hash, auth request identifier, app pins and device ID. If an error occurs, the authorizeFailureCallback function will be called and will include an error code and message indicating what went wrong.

Example Callback Functions:

public void authorizeSuccessCallback(string userHash, string authRequest, string deviceId)
{
    // Success
}

public void authorizeFailureCallback(string errorMessage, string errorCode)
{
    // Failure
}

Returns - Successful

userHash:Unique string used to identify the user in the future
authRequest:Used to identify the authentication request in subsequent requests
deviceId:User device identifier

Returns - Failed

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errorMessage:Error message
errorCode:Code used to identity error type

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