For some reason, if the browser needs to be opened for the first time, or
takes several seconds to start up, the pop-up dialog into which you are
supposed to paste the token string does not render.
To remedy this, please close the "ODK Aggregate App Engine Updater" window,
and re-launch it. The upload tool is within the ODKAggregate folder
produced by the installer. For Windows, double-click the
"ODKAggregateAppEngineUpdater.jar" file. For MacOSX, double-click the
"uploadAggregateToAppEngine.app" file. For Linux, double-click or execute
in a bash window the "uploadAggregateToAppEngine.sh" file.
Proceed as you have done. Provided you still have your browser window open,
when you get the token, a small pop-up window should now display, into
which the token string can be pasted.
···On Fri, May 20, 2016 at 12:10 PM, wrote:
I am installing ODK Aggregate using the available information/guidelines
on the web. Once I complete installation I am shifted on to "ODK aggregate
App Engine Updater" window where I entered my Gmail account through which I
am using google's cloud platform. After entering my account and clicking
"Upload ODK Aggregate", I am provided with a code which I pasted back in
the ODK Aggregate App Engine Updater's output window.
After pasting code the installation gets stuck does not proceed. Could
anyone guide on how to solve this problem and complete installation?
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