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I am a TIer . My AID is a0132081 and my TI email id is firstname.lastname@example.org
I am trying to join "Hercules ARM® Cortex™ Safety Microcontroller" forum (http://e2e.ti.com/support/microcontrollers/hercules/default.aspx).
I am unable to join this E2E forum, when I try to login to a forum with my TI login, I get the attached web page stating that there is a Validation Error.
I can only logon using my private account. Can anyone help?
If you have joined and activated your E2E account then you won't need to join anything else on E2E. Are you trying to subscribe to a forum within Hercules and getting this issue or are you seeing this when you attempt to sign in to E2E?
Blake Ethridge, Social Media Community Engagement Manager, Texas Instruments
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I am getting this error when I try to sign in to E2E with my TI login id.
This is the first time I am trying to login and I am supposed to respond to some forum queries within Hercules.
Can you please help?
Can you provide me a step by step you are taking when getting the error including the browser you are currently using and its version? This will help me to troubleshoot further where any problems might be.
Here are the steps
Step 1 : Go to Hercules forum http://e2e.ti.com/support/microcontrollers/hercules/f/312.aspx
Step 2: Click on "Sign in with my.TI Login
Step 3: Enter my TI email address and password
Step 4 : Click on Continue
Step 5: After clicking on Continue, I get the "Valdiation Error message " (http://e2e.ti.com/msgs/default.aspx?MessageID=105&Redirected=true)
I am using IE version 7 .
Can you let me know if my TI ID needs special privileges to post/reply to a query on the forum?
Can you go to e2e.ti.com log in then click the link to the hercules forum?
Also please delete your temporary internet files first.
Hercules is no different than this forum...its public and anyone can post in it. Not sure why your having issues.
Foe - Texas Instruments WW Community Program Manager
I get the same error when I try to login to e2e.ti.com, Also I tried to login from a different PC but still get the same error.
Looks like there is something wrong with my AID.
I've updated your main TI account. Feel free to try to login to it again and let me know what happens.
I still get the same error page when I try to login to e2e.ti.com with my TI login.
When I try to login, the following link tries to open in the browser
https://fedid.ext.ti.com/amserver5/SAMLPOSTProfileServlet?TARGET=https://e2e.ti.com but it gets redirected to the following link
http://e2e.ti.com/msgs/default.aspx?MessageID=105&Redirected=true with the validation error message.
We made a change to the system to correct an issue, can you please try to login again?
Does not resolve the issue, I still get the same error page when I try to login to e2e.ti.com with my TI login.
What browser and version are you using. We have seen several that arent compatible with our login system.
I am using IE 7.0.5730.13CO. I tried using FirexFox version 10.0 but still get the same error
FF 10 is known to have compatibility issues with our login system but IE7 should work.
Just out of curiosity, how are you posting here if you cant login?
I am logging in using my private account.
When I try to login using my TI (AID) account, I am seeing this error.
I believe I have resolved your issue, please try to log in with your enterprise ID and let me know if it works
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