I’m trying to run zoom_sdk_demo from c#.
When I execute ZOOM_SDK_DOTNET_WRAP. CZoomSDKeDotNetWrap.Instance.GetAuthServiceWrap(). SDKAuth(param); it systematically returns SDKERR_UNINITIALIZE.

I got app_key and app_secret for JWT and OAuth and in both cases it works the same.

Hi rperazzolli,

Thanks for using Zoom SDK. The SDK Auth is expecting SDK key & secret. Please follow the instruction here to create an SDK app:


Thanks for the answer, Carson.

If I try to enter with the same key pair to the example in c++ (sdk_demo_v2) it works perfectly.

I’m still investigating and something’s not working before the first screen. On the App.xml.cs unit, in the routine Application_Startup, the following line of code returns SDKERR_MODULE_LOAD_FAILED.

ZOOM_SDK_DOTNET_WRAP.SDKError err = ZOOM_SDK_DOTNET_WRAP.CZoomSDKeDotNetWrap.Instance.Initialize(param);

I probably need to adjust the input parameter (param). I would appreciate some example of how to initialize it.

I guess that SDKERR_UNINITIALIZE is because of that failure in initialization.

Thank you again.

Hi rperazzolli,

If you are trying to run the C# wrapper demo app(, please make sure your build configuration is:" x86" and “Release”. And you could build the demo app without doing any modification.

Yes, the SDKERR_UNINITIALIZE means the SDK was not successfully initialized.

Hope this helps. Thanks!