You can create a logon ticket on the gateway with:
But it will only allow you to connect on the gateway server itself.
You can also create a logon ticket on a reverse-proxified application server with:
(assuming ~~srv4 is the internal name of the application server as configured in TSplus reverse-proxy)
But it will only allow you to connect on this specific application server.
So if you want to use logon tickets and load-balancing, you might want to do an additional HTTP request first:
This will return an answer like this one:
loadbalancing-on|APP SERVER 4|your-gateway-server.com/~~srv4|https|443|
You can parse this answer to retrieve the application server on which TSplus Load-Balancer would recommend you to connect this specific user.
i.e. it will recommend the less-loaded server on your TSplus farm, if sticky sessions are enabled on your TSplus gateway, it will take existing active sessions into account, etc.
You can then create a logon ticket on this specific application server and connect to user to it.
This is precisely the http request done on TSplus Web Portal logon page.
Now that you have a valid logon ticket, you can open a user session using this ticket by opening a browser window to this URL:
where “xxxxxxxx” is the logon ticket.