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  1. Still the same issue. I don't have any repositories showing up, and I can still log in as any random username I choose. Also, when i put my credentials in on the WebDeploy of WebUI, it saves it in clear text in the web.config file. I definitely don't like that, as these are my domain credentials.
  2. Yes, the Plastic SCM server is running on the same machine (Disti-Plastic-1 is the hostname) on the 8087 port. I configured the WebIIS, Plastic SCM Server and WebUI on my username. However, when I installed via the wizard, I didn't use my credentials, as it said it was only needed for "charts," and I didn't think I needed to store my credentials in the config. I can try to add my credentials if needed, but at the same time, I want all of our users to be able to login, not just me. We have 40 active licenses here, and we want our users to be able to http into Plastic SCM. H:\>cm lrep Repo1 @localhost:8087 Repo2 @localhost:8087 Repo3 @localhost:8087 Repo4 @localhost:8087 Repo5 @localhost:8087 Repo6 @localhost:8087 Repo7 @localhost:8087 Repo8 @localhost:8087 Repo9 @localhost:8087 Repo10 @localhost:8087 Repo11 @localhost:8087 Repo12 @localhost:8087 Repo13 @localhost:8087 Repo14 @localhost:8087 Repo15 @localhost:8087 Repo16 @localhost:8087 Repo17 @localhost:8087 Repo18 @localhost:8087 Repo19 @localhost:8087 Repo20 @localhost:8087 Repo21 @localhost:8087 Repo22 @localhost:8087 Repo23 @localhost:8087 Repo24 @localhost:8087 Repo25 @localhost:8087 Repo26 @localhost:8087 Repo27 @localhost:8087 Repo28 @localhost:8087 Repo29 @localhost:8087 Repo30 @localhost:8087 I apologize if my responses seem somewhat oblivious, but Plastic SCM was a huge project that was thrown at us, and none of us have any experience working with it. Your help is greatly appreciated.
  3. This is the content from the webui.log.conf file: <log4net> <appender name="ConsoleAppender" type="log4net.Appender.ConsoleAppender"> <layout type="log4net.Layout.PatternLayout"> <conversionPattern value="%date %-5level %logger - %message%newline" /> </layout> </appender> <appender name="FileAppender" type="log4net.Appender.FileAppender"> <file value="bin\webui.log.txt" /> <appendToFile value="true" /> <layout type="log4net.Layout.PatternLayout"> <conversionPattern value="%date %-5level %logger: %message%newline" /> </layout> </appender> <logger name="Performance"> <level value="DEBUG" /> </logger> <logger name="Global"> <level value="DEBUG" /> </logger> <logger name="Authentication"> <level value="DEBUG" /> </logger> <root> <level value="DEBUG" /> <appender-ref ref="FileAppender" /> </root> </log4net> My log for the "webui.log.txt" is as follows: 2017-06-20 11:12:37,215 INFO Global: Application started 2017-06-20 11:12:37,700 DEBUG UserInfo: Time retrieving CurrentUser 0 ms 2017-06-20 11:12:37,715 DEBUG ServerAlias: Getting the server config for repository server 'localhost:8087', config file 'serveralias.conf' 2017-06-20 11:12:37,731 DEBUG PlasticProtocolConnectionCreator: Create connection to localhost:8087 took 16 ms 2017-06-20 11:12:37,731 DEBUG PlasticPipe: CmCallContext sent to server on connection creation 2017-06-20 11:12:37,762 DEBUG PlasticPipe: sentb: 68|recb: 3|prt: 47|CheckConnection|localhost:8087 2017-06-20 11:12:37,762 DEBUG CmConnection: Protocol for localhost:8087 is Plastic. 63 ms 2017-06-20 11:12:37,762 DEBUG PlasticPipe: sentb: 2|recb: 2|prt: 0|CheckConnection|localhost:8087 2017-06-20 11:12:37,793 DEBUG Global: Time setting user:ralley credentials from request:0 2017-06-20 11:12:37,793 DEBUG PlasticPipe: sentb: 2|recb: 5|prt: 0|GetRepositoryList|localhost:8087 2017-06-20 11:12:37,793 DEBUG PlasticPipe: sentb: 2|recb: 2|prt: 0|CheckConnection|localhost:8087 2017-06-20 11:12:39,903 DEBUG Global: Time setting user:ralley credentials from request:0 2017-06-20 11:12:45,356 INFO Global: Application recycled
  4. Didn't know if you missed this? Is there any more information I should provide?
  5. My apologies: <log4net> <appender name="ConsoleAppender" type="log4net.Appender.ConsoleAppender"> <layout type="log4net.Layout.PatternLayout"> <conversionPattern value="%date %-5level %logger - %message%newline" /> </layout> </appender> <appender name="FileAppender" type="log4net.Appender.FileAppender"> <file value="bin\webui.log.txt" /> <appendToFile value="true" /> <layout type="log4net.Layout.PatternLayout"> <conversionPattern value="%date %-5level %logger: %message%newline" /> </layout> </appender> <logger name="Performance"> <level value="DEBUG" /> </logger> <logger name="Global"> <level value="DEBUG" /> </logger> <logger name="Authentication"> <level value="DEBUG" /> </logger> <root> <level value="ERROR" /> <appender-ref ref="FileAppender" /> </root> </log4net>
  6. 2017-06-16 11:44:41,603 INFO Global: Application started 2017-06-16 11:44:46,447 DEBUG Global: Time setting user:ralley credentials from request:0 2017-06-16 11:44:47,025 DEBUG Global: Time setting user:ralley credentials from request:0 2017-06-16 11:44:53,588 INFO Global: Application recycled
  7. That seemed to work! I'm able to at least login! Buuuuuttt...it takes me to a repositories list with nothing listed. And I tested it for giggles, and I can login as anyone I want. Attached are two screenshots. One with my actual login, and one with a fake login. And then I when I try to go to a page for an existing repo that I knowingly have permission to (which is probably blocked by permissions) I get the error page. Also see below for logs... 2017-06-16 09:10:49,960 INFO Global: Application started 2017-06-16 09:12:40,869 INFO Global: Application recycled 2017-06-16 09:12:52,245 INFO Global: Application started 2017-06-16 09:13:07,526 INFO Global: Application recycled 2017-06-16 09:13:18,652 INFO Global: Application started 2017-06-16 09:13:40,433 INFO Global: Application recycled 2017-06-16 09:14:04,809 INFO Global: Application started 2017-06-16 09:14:40,810 INFO Global: Application recycled 2017-06-16 09:15:16,233 INFO Global: Application started 2017-06-16 09:18:50,052 INFO Global: Application recycled
  8. Additionally, I'm using MySQL 5.7 as the backend database. Not sure if that makes a difference when it comes to authentication, but I figured I'd add that as well.
  9. So, I installed the WebUI Package onto our Plastic Server (running Server 2012 R2), and I'm assuming I did most of it right. Our Plastic Server uses Active Directory Authentication, so when deploying the WebUI package, I selected "ADWorkingMode." Upon completion of the Web Deploy setup of the WebUI package, I am able to see the Plastic SCM WebUI login page. However, my credentials do not work. It keeps saying that the user name and password are incorrect. (Screenshot attached). I've tried it with my domain credentials multiple ways as well: This is what I get after 3 different version of my credentials are used back-to-back: 2017-06-15 15:56:16,541 INFO Global: Application started 2017-06-15 15:56:17,041 ERROR Authentication: Unable to validate user 'CORP\ralley': Access to the path 'plastic4' is denied. 2017-06-15 15:56:24,401 ERROR Authentication: Unable to validate user 'ralley': Access to the path 'plastic4' is denied. 2017-06-15 15:56:32,198 ERROR Authentication: Unable to validate user 'ralley@corp.disti.com': Access to the path 'plastic4' is denied. 2017-06-15 15:57:12,902 INFO Global: Application recycled Any help would be great, as I'm struggling with these authentication errors.
  10. Yikes, that's quite a few versions back, my friend. Version Release Date Crucible 4.4.0 4/11/2017 Crucible 4.3.1 2/20/2017 Crucible 4.3.0 1/18/2017 Crucible 4.2.1 11/9/2016 Crucible 4.2.0 9/27/2016 Crucible 4.1.2 8/16/2016 Crucible 4.1.1 7/8/2016 Crucible 4.1.0 6/28/2016 Crucible 4.0.4 5/6/2016 Crucible 3.10.4 5/6/2016 Crucible 4.0.3 3/23/2016 Crucible 4.0.2 3/18/2016 Crucible 3.10.3 1/13/2016 Crucible 3.10.2 11/30/2015 Crucible 3.10.1 10/28/2015 Crucible 3.9.2 10/26/2015 Crucible 3.9.1 9/10/2015 Crucible 3.9.0 8/4/2015 Crucible 3.8.1 6/19/2015 Crucible 3.8.0 4/27/2015 Crucible 3.7.1 4/7/2015 Crucible 3.7.0 1/27/2015 22 Releases ago, it appears? So I'm guessing this fix isn't going to be soon?
  11. In the mean time, is there a way you can provide me with the last known compatible configuration of Crucible/Plastic, so I can roll my installations back a version or two. I need to get my team testing the product, and would love to be able to provide them with something for now.
  12. Awesome! So I'm not an idiot! Thank you! Looking forward to your response!
  13. Okay, so here is my current dilemma (and PLEASE bear with me, as my Linux experience is minimal). I inherited a Systems Administrator position in which we had Atlassian Jira installed on Ubuntu 14.04. They wanted it upgraded to the newest release of Ubuntu, and they wanted a bunch more Atlassian products to go along with it. In a test environment, I've cloned our Jira Server and upgraded it to Ubuntu 16.04. ALL works well. I've been able to install Bamboo, Confluence, Crucible, TeamCity, etc, and they've been tested to work perfectly. I have Plastic SCM installed on a Windows 2012 R2 Server. I have Crucible installed on a Linux VM (Ubuntu 16.04). I have a Test Repository setup on our Plastic Server, for our group to test on. However, when I try to install the Plastic SCM Plugin on Crucible, it breaks something. And I've found NO instructions online to install or troubleshoot this Plugin installation. So here are the steps I take and the errors that I run into. I'm running Crucible 4.4.0 (the most recent version). I'm using the most recent Crucible Plugin (vs 4.2). I go to my Administration screen. Click "Manage Add-Ons." I upload the add-on. I check to see that it's enabled. I add the repository (and doublecheck the port/hostname/repository) When i click repositories, it does not show up on my list of "Plugins." Then, when I restart the server to make sure the plugin is installed and configured, I get the following error: An error has occurred: Error Error calling server:com.google.gwt.user.client.rpc.StatusCodeException: 500 The call failed on the server; see server log for details Unknown.Hd(http://disti-jira-test:8060/static/ooaqce/gwt/AdminGwtModule/3B142E9B95B0FCA6FE215BE8F6761A6D.cache.html@13019) Unknown.Oub(http://disti-jira-test:8060/static/ooaqce/gwt/AdminGwtModule/3B142E9B95B0FCA6FE215BE8F6761A6D.cache.html@24) Unknown.f8b(http://disti-jira-test:8060/static/ooaqce/gwt/AdminGwtModule/3B142E9B95B0FCA6FE215BE8F6761A6D.cache.html@23) Unknown.gbc(http://disti-jira-test:8060/static/ooaqce/gwt/AdminGwtModule/3B142E9B95B0FCA6FE215BE8F6761A6D.cache.html@18966) Unknown.eCb(http://disti-jira-test:8060/static/ooaqce/gwt/AdminGwtModule/3B142E9B95B0FCA6FE215BE8F6761A6D.cache.html@141) Unknown.xCb(http://disti-jira-test:8060/static/ooaqce/gwt/AdminGwtModule/3B142E9B95B0FCA6FE215BE8F6761A6D.cache.html@13568) Unknown.<anonymous>(http://disti-jira-test:8060/static/ooaqce/gwt/AdminGwtModule/3B142E9B95B0FCA6FE215BE8F6761A6D.cache.html@65) Unknown.awb(http://disti-jira-test:8060/static/ooaqce/gwt/AdminGwtModule/3B142E9B95B0FCA6FE215BE8F6761A6D.cache.html@30) Unknown.dwb(http://disti-jira-test:8060/static/ooaqce/gwt/AdminGwtModule/3B142E9B95B0FCA6FE215BE8F6761A6D.cache.html@46) Unknown.<anonymous>(http://disti-jira-test:8060/static/ooaqce/gwt/AdminGwtModule/3B142E9B95B0FCA6FE215BE8F6761A6D.cache.html@46) You are running release CR4.4.0 FE4.4.0 (20170412122150 2017-04-12), please report your release number when reporting bugs.