Yeah, I didn’t feel like diving into what was going wrong with JPackage to build the direct .dmg, and even if it was building successfully, without signing there would be a bunch of additional gatekeeper hurdles to get it running anyways. JDeploy works on MacOS fine though: https://www.jdeploy.com/~ignition-kindling
Patch 0.4.2 just published.
Fixes one edge case with thread dumps, where I didn’t expect a field to be nullable, causing errors when attempting to parse.
Also adds a toggle to log views to show either the full logger name or just the last substring after the ‘.’. This fixes the sorting logic on the logger name column.
This is who I want ot update the PASSWORD field to so that I can actually login to the gateway. Is that possible with this and what would the query look like? I know it's not right but I tried `UPDATE INTERNALUSERTABLE SET PASSWORD='blah' WHERE USERID=1'; and I get "Query did not return results" and selecting it again shows the same hashed password. If password resetting is not a feature of Kindling I would ask that it be one if possible.
I mean I could just use the gcu to reset the password as this is a 7.9.20 project but as I understand that it erases the entire default internal userbase which is currently used as a soft failover from the AD login so it possible I'd only like to change that one. So I'd like to see if I can just change a single internal user password with Kindling.
Hey Paul, I'm trying to view some logs from a 7.9.9 system. They all show up when I start it, but when I only check off RunUpdateQuery, I can wait 10 minutes and nothing appears. After unchecking the RunQuery, if I check it back on, it doesn't reappear it stays blank.
I thought it had something to do with the number of records but opening up the .idb in DB Brower I was able to run a query and get a result very quickly so I don't know what is going on.
Don't know if this is expected and 7.X is just not supported or what but it's odd because it does show data at open, only when I try filtering it does it go blank and never reappear no matter what I do.