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FAQ 004269 | Where can I get the hash code based on my e-mail address for using the web service function in the background of the Geo-zone tool "Snow, Wind, and Seismic Zone Maps"?
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Where can I get the hash code based on my e-mail address for using the web service function in the background of the Geo-zone tool "Snow, Wind, and Seismic Zone Maps"?
In addition to the components for describing the load type, location, and language, the request URL address also includes the components for describing the user's identity. The "login" component describes the user's e-mail address and the "hash" component describes a hidden password. To ensure the login works, it is necessary to save the e-mail address in a valid Dlubal account.
If you do not have a Dlubal account yet, you can create it on this page:
After having successfully logged onto your Dlubal Account in the top left corner of our website,
Figure 02 - Login to Dlubal Account
the "My Account" page opens. At the bottom of the "User Data" section, you can find the identity components "login" and "hash" for using the Geo-Zone Tool web service function.
Figure 03 - Web Service Identity in Dlubal Account
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