- Identify the source profile in the existing repository from the EduLib website by accessing this link:
Make use of the search functionality to narrow the results. Any term entered in the search box is searched in the source’s identifier and in the following field values from the source profile:
DESCRIPTION. Once identified, click on the name link and a popup window will open with the details of the source’s profile. Click the
Download Profilelink to download the XML file.
- Access your Muse Proxy Administrator Console, the URL should be of the form:
https://proxy.domain.com/adminLogin with the
administratoruser and the password that you configured during the setup.
- Navigate to the left menu
Manage Applicationslink. Locate the Muse Proxy Application in use and click on the
Sourcesbutton to access the list of installed sources.
- In the
Sourcespage, click on the
Create source from an existing profileicon, next to the
Quick Filtersearch box.
- In the new page, upload the XML file downloaded at step #1. Upon succesfull upload, you are requested to specify the
Source Identifiervalue, place here the file name without the .xml extension. Also you can change the default name and description values for the source. When done, click the
- The next step is to add the new source profile into a sources group. For doing this, in the
Sourcespage click the
Edit Sources Groupsicon, next to the
Quick Filtersearch box. In the new page click on the
Sourcesicon from the
Actionscolumn, corresponding to the group in which to add the new source. By default only one group exists.
- In the new
Sources Groupspage, click on the plus (
+) icon found next to the new source in the
List of available sourcescolumn.
- Test by accessing a proxified link for the newly added resource. E.g.
https://proxy.domain.com/applicationID?url=vendor_URL, where replace the hostname,
vendor_URLwith the appropriate values.
The “An error occured when list personal users for application applicationid: Personal Profile Management System will not be used because it could not be initialized. Probably xmldb location is not properly set. [Connection refused]” error is caused by a wrong port setting in MuseAdmin.xml file.
Please check the
$MUSE_HOME/admin/MuseAdmin.xml file, locate the
tag and check if the port is the same as the one Muse HTTP server/Apache Tomcat (depending on the Muse version) is running on.
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.