The ODK Aggregate configuration is in the
WEB-INF\lib\ODKAggregate-settings.jar under the Tomcat\webapps...
Copy this up to your desktop, change the extension to '.zip' and extract
Then open up the jdbc.properties file (e.g., in notepad++) to see what
the username and password are that ODK Aggregate expects.
Then, you can search the web for instructions on how to reset or change
a password for that username in your database.
This will restore the database to the password that works with ODK
That may or may not be a good idea if it is possible that someone knows
that password and can access your server.
Alternatively, you can change the password on your database, then re-run
the ODK Aggregate installer and supply the new password.
Then you would update the WAR file in your Tomcat server with the
for how to determine what version of software you have, and if you update
your version, what you need to do.
On Wed, Jan 13, 2016 at 12:13 PM, cerb...@gmail.com wrote:
Speaks good guys later!
I need your help , in the company I work for has a ODK Aggregate system
that stopped working a few days , possibly a fired former developer changed
the password .
How do I reset the password for the mysql database and can access the
system again ?
I can not install a new version because I'm using 0.xe with many
I ask your help , thank you.
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