We tried the following config:

SystemDb:
  Driver: org.postgresql.Driver
  Url: jdbc:postgresql://db:5432/AxonIvySystemDatabase
  UserName: admin
  Password: 1234
  Autoconvert: false
Administrators:
  customer@email.com:
    Password: GeneratedPassword
    Email: customer@email.com

but if fails - are there any plan to support email as user?

Cheers

asked 22.02 at 05:05

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In YAML if you use special characters like @ in keys you have to quote the key. So this should work:

SystemDb:
  Driver: org.postgresql.Driver
  Url: jdbc:postgresql://db:5432/AxonIvySystemDatabase
  UserName: admin
  Password: 1234
  Autoconvert: false
Administrators:
  "customer@email.com":
    Password: GeneratedPassword
    Email: customer@email.com
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answered 05.03 at 04:50

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Reto Weiss ♦♦
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Hi Reto, I tried as you suggested but it's still failed to login using below config:

SystemDb:
  Driver: org.postgresql.Driver
  Url: jdbc:postgresql://db:5432/AxonIvySystemDatabase
  UserName: admin
  Password: 1234
  Autoconvert: false
Administrators:
  "email@axvcy.com":
    Password: xya3325
    Email: email@axvcy.com

Error:

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answered 08.03 at 04:28

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tnhthanh
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Hi

I could reproduce the error. Seems to be an error in our internal configuration API. I have reported the following issue for this

https://jira.axonivy.com/jira/browse/XIVY-3121

Regards

(08.03 at 05:37) Reto Weiss ♦♦ Reto%20Weiss's gravatar image

Thanks Reto :)

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