Agregate login problems

Hi List,

I deployed ODK on Tomcat and PostgreSQL on a cloud hosted server.
Everything see,s to be running fine and I am presented with a login screen
but neither the "Sign in with Agregate password" nor the "Sign in with
Google" options allow me to log in. I wasn't propted to provide a password
during the installation process, only my gmail address.

In both cases I get a tomcat error stating:
HTTP Status 401 - Authentication Failed: Log in failed - identity could not
be verified

Is there any way to manually set a login string or any other workaround?

Thanks very much

Lawrence

Correction. When using the "Sign in with Agregate password " option, the
error is:

HTTP Status 401 - Username xxxxx@gmail.com not found
Thanks

··· On Friday, 16 August 2013 16:29:44 UTC+2, Lawrence Strydom wrote: > > Hi List, > > I deployed ODK on Tomcat and PostgreSQL on a cloud hosted server. > Everything see,s to be running fine and I am presented with a login screen > but neither the "Sign in with Agregate password" nor the "Sign in with > Google" options allow me to log in. I wasn't propted to provide a password > during the installation process, only my gmail address. > > In both cases I get a tomcat error stating: > HTTP Status 401 - Authentication Failed: Log in failed - identity could > not be verified > > > Is there any way to manually set a login string or any other workaround? > > > Thanks very much > > > Lawrence >

It is always advisable to first gain familiarity with the tools by
deploying them to Google AppEngine, then move on to setting up your own
server.

The correct initial login option is 'Sign in with Google'. You then must
specify the gmail account that you gave during the running of the installer.

If you have already tried 'Sign in with Aggregate password', you must
completely close and exit your browser and re-open it, then go to the page
and select the 'Sign in with Google' option.

Once signed in, you can go to the Site Admin page and create Aggregate
usernames, and assign them passwords, and then use those usernames and
passwords.

Mitch

··· On Fri, Aug 16, 2013 at 7:36 AM, Lawrence Strydom wrote:

Correction. When using the "Sign in with Agregate password " option, the
error is:

HTTP Status 401 - Username xxxxx@gmail.com not found
Thanks

On Friday, 16 August 2013 16:29:44 UTC+2, Lawrence Strydom wrote:

Hi List,

I deployed ODK on Tomcat and PostgreSQL on a cloud hosted server.
Everything see,s to be running fine and I am presented with a login screen
but neither the "Sign in with Agregate password" nor the "Sign in with
Google" options allow me to log in. I wasn't propted to provide a password
during the installation process, only my gmail address.

In both cases I get a tomcat error stating:
HTTP Status 401 - Authentication Failed: Log in failed - identity could
not be verified

Is there any way to manually set a login string or any other workaround?

Thanks very much

Lawrence

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Hi Mitch,

Thanks for your help.

I restarted not only my browser but my PC itself but I still get the error:

HTTP Status 401 - Authentication Failed: Log in failed - identity could not
be verified
when signing in with my google account. I know it's the right account cause
I am posting here using the same login.

I have deployed and used Agregate on App engine before but decided to
deploy it on my own server as I need direct access to the database in order
to run reporting and BI tools against the data.

Is there any way other than the superUserEMail entry in the log file where
I can check what account is being used?

Lawrence

··· On Friday, 16 August 2013 18:54:49 UTC+2, Mitch Sundt wrote: > > It is always advisable to first gain familiarity with the tools by > deploying them to Google AppEngine, then move on to setting up your own > server. > > > The correct initial login option is 'Sign in with Google'. You then must > specify the gmail account that you gave during the running of the installer. > > If you have already tried 'Sign in with Aggregate password', you must > completely close and exit your browser and re-open it, then go to the page > and select the 'Sign in with Google' option. > > Once signed in, you can go to the Site Admin page and create Aggregate > usernames, and assign them passwords, and then use those usernames and > passwords. > > Mitch > > > > On Fri, Aug 16, 2013 at 7:36 AM, Lawrence Strydom <qho...@gmail.com wrote: > >> >> Correction. When using the "Sign in with Agregate password " option, the >> error is: >> >> HTTP Status 401 - Username xx...@gmail.com not found >> Thanks >> >> >> On Friday, 16 August 2013 16:29:44 UTC+2, Lawrence Strydom wrote: >>> >>> Hi List, >>> >>> I deployed ODK on Tomcat and PostgreSQL on a cloud hosted server. >>> Everything see,s to be running fine and I am presented with a login screen >>> but neither the "Sign in with Agregate password" nor the "Sign in with >>> Google" options allow me to log in. I wasn't propted to provide a password >>> during the installation process, only my gmail address. >>> >>> In both cases I get a tomcat error stating: >>> HTTP Status 401 - Authentication Failed: Log in failed - identity could >>> not be verified >>> >>> >>> Is there any way to manually set a login string or any other workaround? >>> >>> >>> Thanks very much >>> >>> >>> Lawrence >>> >> -- >> -- >> Post: opend...@googlegroups.com >> Unsubscribe: opendatakit...@googlegroups.com >> Options: http://groups.google.com/group/opendatakit?hl=en >> >> --- >> You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups >> "ODK Community" group. >> To unsubscribe from this group and stop receiving emails from it, send an >> email to opendatakit...@googlegroups.com . >> For more options, visit https://groups.google.com/groups/opt_out. >> > > > > -- > Mitch Sundt > Software Engineer > University of Washington > mitche...@gmail.com >

It would be in the _registered_users table, under the OPENID_EMAIL column.

Note that your e-mail name must exactly match what Google shows as that
e-mail name on your Gmail page (top right corner). I.e., no changes in
capitalization or extra periods, etc.

··· On Sat, Aug 17, 2013 at 5:45 AM, Lawrence Strydom wrote:

Hi Mitch,

Thanks for your help.

I restarted not only my browser but my PC itself but I still get the error:

HTTP Status 401 - Authentication Failed: Log in failed - identity could
not be verified
when signing in with my google account. I know it's the right account
cause I am posting here using the same login.

I have deployed and used Agregate on App engine before but decided to
deploy it on my own server as I need direct access to the database in order
to run reporting and BI tools against the data.

Is there any way other than the superUserEMail entry in the log file where
I can check what account is being used?

Lawrence

On Friday, 16 August 2013 18:54:49 UTC+2, Mitch Sundt wrote:

It is always advisable to first gain familiarity with the tools by
deploying them to Google AppEngine, then move on to setting up your own
server.

The correct initial login option is 'Sign in with Google'. You then must
specify the gmail account that you gave during the running of the installer.

If you have already tried 'Sign in with Aggregate password', you must
completely close and exit your browser and re-open it, then go to the page
and select the 'Sign in with Google' option.

Once signed in, you can go to the Site Admin page and create Aggregate
usernames, and assign them passwords, and then use those usernames and
passwords.

Mitch

On Fri, Aug 16, 2013 at 7:36 AM, Lawrence Strydom qho...@gmail.comwrote:

Correction. When using the "Sign in with Agregate password " option, the
error is:

HTTP Status 401 - Username xx...@gmail.com not found

Thanks

On Friday, 16 August 2013 16:29:44 UTC+2, Lawrence Strydom wrote:

Hi List,

I deployed ODK on Tomcat and PostgreSQL on a cloud hosted server.
Everything see,s to be running fine and I am presented with a login screen
but neither the "Sign in with Agregate password" nor the "Sign in with
Google" options allow me to log in. I wasn't propted to provide a password
during the installation process, only my gmail address.

In both cases I get a tomcat error stating:
HTTP Status 401 - Authentication Failed: Log in failed - identity could
not be verified

Is there any way to manually set a login string or any other workaround?

Thanks very much

Lawrence

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