Sorry for the confusion . To gain access to the Jive Sandbox, https://sandbox.jiveon.com you need to register as a Jive Developer and you should be good to go.
To register, click on the Register button on the Jive Developers overview page and/or visit:
Hope that helps. Once complete, you will use your Jive Community (this community) credentials to log into the developer community.
this is exactly what i already did!
Looking at your account, ,things looks like they should be fine.
You are using filliale as your username yes? (sorry for the basic sounding question, but some people enter their email address as the username)
Can you confirm the URL you are logging on is:
(again, not trying to sound talk down to you ...just need to make sure these things are locked in as the authentication bridge between the two communities appears to be working fine for others)
sorry for the late reply.
I have no idea against which URL im working! i followed this tutorial on my local machine with my local instance of jive: Getting Started > Creating an App with the Jive Node SDK
Thank you for your help!
Sorry I am a bit confused at what you have working here, so let me try this:
If you followed the above tutorial, you need to deploy your add-on somewhere your Jive instance can see it. If using the official Developer Sandbox:
then where you are running your add-on needs to be on a publicly resolvable host (i.e. outside any corporate firewalls). If your Jive instance is inside your firewall, your add-on needs to be running inside as well.
If using the Sandbox, then your login credentials are the same used on this community, where filliale is your username.
As far as I can tell you are correctly logged into this community and are registered as a Developer, so you should be set there.
so everything i work on is not available to the outside world.
is there a tutorial in that case how to write an app without putting it somewhere online?!
If you are saying that you are running locally behind a firewall, currently you will need an on-premise version of Jive that is located inside your network. If you have resources to help set up a VM, I can look into getting some RPMs / VM images sent your way to help with development, but this would take some time.
Let me know if you have any further questions.