I get “Global InfoBase wrong user name or password” error when listing, updating or adding Source Packages.
Note: After such a port change, Muse HTTP server/Apache Tomcat must be restarted.
- if the outgoing communication to port 8005 is not passed through the transparent proxy (and if there is no firewall blocking such requests on client side), change the port in the
$MUSE_HOME/factory/SourceFactory.xmlfrom 80 to 8005 (e.g. enter 8005 as value in the
- switch the communication of the Muse server with SourceFactory on SSL. Even if the traffic passes through proxy, being on SSL, the proxy will not interfere and the communication will stand. To do this, change the port in the
$MUSE_HOME/factory/SourceFactory.xmlfrom 80 to 443 (e.g. enter 443 as value in the
"field) and also set
field to "yes". Please note that this option is only available fro Muse versions 18.104.22.168 and above.
There is a “Forgot your password? Recover it.” feature in the Muse applications. When clicking on it, an email containing the configured password will be sent at the user’s email address. For this feature to work, the email settings configured at the application level must be correct and working.
Also, this feature is accessible from within the application, in other words you must login into the application in order to access the “Forgot your password? Recover it.” feature.
In the case of an application configured with IP authentication for “in Campus” and Personal User for “off Campus” access, the end user can access the “Forgot your password? Recover it.” feature only from in Campus.
For authenticating the end-users into a Muse Proxy Application the following authentication modules are available:
ProxyLoginModuleUserPassword. Performs User Name/Password authentication.
ProxyLoginModuleIP. Performs IP authentication based on client machine IP.
ProxyLoginModuleLDAP. Performs authentication against a LDAP Server.
ProxyLoginModuleFTP. Performs authentication against a FTP Server. The FTP authentication module supports NONE, SSL or TLS connection encryptions.
– ProxyLoginModuleIMAP. Performs authentication against a IMAP Server. The IMAP authentication module supports NONE, SSL or TLS connection encryptions.
ProxyLoginModuleSQL. Performs authentication against an SQL Server through Java Database Connectivity (JDBC). The SQL authentication module supports NONE, SSL or TLS connection encryptions.
ProxyLoginModuleReferer.Performs authentication against the client’s referer URL.
You can read more about the authentication in a Muse Proxy Application in the “Muse Proxy.pdf” manual, chapter “Authentication of a Muse Proxy Application”.