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John Dagelmore
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Re:Google webmaster Tools 4 Years, 5 Months ago Karma: 74  
Hello Marcel,

the problem happens when the Google account used to login is not enabled for the domain accessed in Webmasters Tools.

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Re:Google webmaster Tools 4 Years, 5 Months ago Karma: 74  
As a side note,
if you already had an active login for the previous Google Analytics feature, you must logout and perform a new login because now the JSitemap application must be allowed not only for Google Analytics but also for Google Webmasters.

Maybe in this use case resides all the problem.
 
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Marcel
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[SOLVED]Re:Google webmaster Tools 4 Years, 5 Months ago Karma: 0  
Hello,

Thanks, I just didn't know how to do this and just figured it out:

1. Log in Google webmastertools,
2. In the menu left go to Api's,
3. In the Api library search for Google Webmaster Tools API,
4. Click on Google Webmaster Tools API just below Name,
5. Enable it.
Done!
 
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Brian Lisle
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Re:[SOLVED]Re:Google webmaster Tools 4 Years, 5 Months ago Karma: 0  
Marcel wrote:
QUOTE:
Hello,

Thanks, I just didn't know how to do this and just figured it out:

1. Log in Google webmastertools,
2. In the menu left go to Api's,
3. In the Api library search for Google Webmaster Tools API,
4. Click on Google Webmaster Tools API just below Name,
5. Enable it.
Done!

Thanks for this! I had the same issue, but I could not find API's in the webmaster tools. I ended up finding it in my google developers console, under the project I created for that website - then I went under API's & Auth on the left side, then APIs - in the search box, I put in web, and on the list was the webmaster tools - I clicked on that, then clicked enable. Then, there is one more step - apparently, when you authorize JSiteMapPro for google, it only authorizes what you have at that time - so you have to go into JSiteMapPro and either the Webmaster Tools or Analytics, Logout from Google, then re-authorize. Then it worked fine!
 
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John Dagelmore
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Re:[SOLVED]Re:Google webmaster Tools 4 Years, 5 Months ago Karma: 74  
Hi Bria,

thanks for the details that you posted, however yes... if you already have an ongoing session with Google with Analytics only, you need to logout and login again to authorize also the Webmasters Tools API.
A FAQ has been added at this purpouse: http://storejextensions.org/faq/google-webmasters-tools-integration-throws-errors-what-could-be-the-problem.html

John
 
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Re:[SOLVED]Google webmaster Tools 4 Years, 3 Months ago Karma: 0  
 
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