This will bring up log entries with 'RealmString' in them. Within those,
search for the log line that looks like this:
2012-01-13 10:38:18.665 org.opendatakit.common.security.Realm
afterPropertiesSet: RealmString: msundt-odk-test ODK Aggregate The ODK
Aggregate Instance Name that you specified will be everything after the
'RealmString: ' and before the ' ODK Aggregate'. For this example, the ODK
Aggregate Instance Name is msundt-odk-test
On Mon, Jan 16, 2012 at 9:01 AM, Yaw Anokwa wrote:
We have no access to any information about anyone's ODK Aggregate install.
If you can remember the Google account that was used to create the
instance, you can go to https://appengine.google.com and get a list of
all the instances created using that account.
I am trying to upgrade ODK Aggregate for a project in South Africa and the team is unaware of the ODK Aggregate Instance Name. The server is running on Tomcat and MySQL community. I wondered whether you knew of a way to recover the server instance name? A couple of hours of googling has been fruitless
Here is a thread about how to get the instance name (which I think from reading the text it's the same as the realm string):
As stated it will show in the log during boot up. You should also be able to grab it from the security.properties file in the war. If you explode the war you will find an ODKAggregate-settings.jar and in that jar is the file security.properties that will show the realm string that Aggregate is trying to use. Summary: ODKAggregate.war -> WEB-INF/lib/ODKAggregate-settings.jar/security.properties