MyMeetingApp - join invalid parameter

Any advance for the error or any change?

Hey @vikaspulluri210,

Make sure you are using a JWT App for your key and secret.

If that does not fix the issue, please email developersupport@zoom.us.

Thanks,
Tommy

Hey @rolama,

Still looking into it.

Thanks,
Tommy

thanks @tommy I’m very aware

Hey @rolama,

Please see my direct message to you.

Thanks,
Tommy

ok i send message (=

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Hey guys, same issue here. I have tried emailing support with my signature and they said are you using the JWT Api key to which I said, I am using my JWT Api Key. Is there anyway i can get more info on why I am getting join invalid parameter!!! I am following the guide to the T.

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hi @tommy i am also facing same issue got any luck resolving this?

I have sent everything you need, any updates? @tommy

Same issue here. I’ve tried with the JWT App, to no avail, always getting the “join invalid parameter !!!” message.

In addition, I had to use this reply to even reach the “join invalid parameter” message: Unable to init meeting

Any updates?

I´m having the same issue here: CDN Not working

I saw a mistake on the Web SDK that triggered that error. Please check this page:
https://marketplace.zoom.us/docs/sdk/native-sdks/web/essential/start-join-meeting
On the parameters passed to

ZoomMtg.join({
	signature: response,
	apiKey: meetConfig.apiKey,
	meetingNumber: meetConfig.meetingNumber,
	userName: meetConfig.userName,
	// Email required for Webinars
	userEmail: meetConfig.userEmail, 
	// password optional; set by Host
	password: meetConfig.passWord 
	error(res) { 
		console.log(res) 
	}
})	

it says password and that’s incorrect. The parameter name should be passWord. Also notice that the error callback is wrongly typed.

Not really, the result its to same.
not is the name of the password.

@tommy any updates?

I found this in the reference document
https://marketplace.zoom.us/docs/sdk/native-sdks/web/reference

ZoomMtg.join({
meetingNumber: 123456789,
userName: ‘User name’,
userEmail: ‘’,
passWord: ‘’,
apiKey: ‘API_KEY’,
signature: ‘SIGNATURE’,
participantId: ‘UUID’, adding the participantId : ‘’ solved the issue for me.
success: function(res){console.log(res)},
error: function(res){console.log(res)}
});

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Hey @sajarora, @junaiddev92, @aremesal, @moi12_fre,

Please see my Web SDK checklist here:

Thanks,
Tommy

Happy to hear you got it working @karthik.rt! :slight_smile:

-Tommy

Hey @TasosReality,

Thanks for pointing that out. The passWord key does need to have a an uppercase W.

Thanks,
Tommy

Hey @rolama,

Please see my direct message to you.

Thanks,
Tommy

@tommy, would it be possible to get this documentation fixed for future developers. I just spent 3-4 hours troubleshooting my code on a time sensitive project. I was working off of the example with the incorrect parameter ‘password’. This was quite frustrating. :slight_smile:

Thanks @TasosReality for posting this!

Hey @zachbarnes,

Apologies for the time lost. I have just fixed the docs. Thanks for letting me know. :slight_smile:

-Tommy