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From: "EVGENI" <engler@xxxxxx>
Date: Sat, 17 May 2008 00:35:17 +0300
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Hi everybody!

I am new to xend, so this question may sounds very simple,
but unfortunally, I did not manage to find answer in user's guid and other documentation.

I am trying to connect xend (xm tool) via xen-api interface
(xm-config.xml, <server type="Xen-API" uri='http://localhost/' username='' password='' />),

but I have some misunderstanding with the following issue:
where should I take the login name and password?

I tried to play with xend-config.sxp (vncpasswd ''), but it does not help.

Actually, I am trying to connect xend from my console app via xenapi library, thats why it is impossible to use other methods...

Appreciate any help.
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