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    Pablo Pazos Gutiérrez
    @ppazos
    you can check two things: 1. the user and password exists in mysql, 2. the user has access to the database you created
    Lin Zhang
    @linforestzhang
    Is it possible to use a different name (e.g., "ehr") rather than "ehrserver" to install the EHRServer? Thanks
    Pablo Pazos Gutiérrez
    @ppazos
    Hi @linforestzhang what do you mean by "name"?
    Lin Zhang
    @linforestzhang
    Hi Pablo,
    Pablo Pazos Gutiérrez
    @ppazos
    Is not important because is only for development, for production of runs in the context you define for tomcat, also check EHRServer v2.x it runs on / for development (doesn't have a named context)
    The "context" is that "name"
    Lin Zhang
    @linforestzhang
    Thanks, Pablo
    Lin Zhang
    @linforestzhang
    Another problem: why the login interface/control doesn't show up when trying to access http://localhost:8080/differentName. The page only shows the various parameters/configurations that are used in the installation. In other words, there is no place to enter the username/password to login as the default administrator.
    Thanks.
    Pablo Pazos Gutiérrez
    @ppazos
    @linforestzhang it depends on the configuration changes you did, I don't know what is your local config or the errors you are seeing on the console, you need to provide more context
    by default for EHRServer v1.5.x the development address is localhost:8090/ehr for EHRServer v2.x is just localhost:8090/ so I'm not sure why you are using /EHRserver or other name if you are in v2.x
    Pablo Pazos Gutiérrez
    @ppazos
    @/all we are working on a new openEHR toolkit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2NxmKPUMCX0&t=2s
    melpakkam
    @melpakkam
    When will this openEHR tool kit will be ready?
    melpakkam
    @melpakkam
    I need some help in running OPT command line from linux environmet. I am getting an error saying cannot load com.cabolabs.openehr.opt. Main when I type OPT from command line
    Do I Need to replace the Groovy path?
    Pablo Pazos Gutiérrez
    @ppazos
    Hi @melpakkam we are working on a new online toolkit, beta will be released next week
    for openEHR-OPT to run you need Groovy installed
    in the command https://github.com/ppazos/openEHR-OPT/blob/master/opt.sh the groovy libs are included in the classpath to be used from the openEHR-OPT lib
    I have groovy 2.4.17 here, I think from 2.5 some dependencies changed and is more difficult to reference them from the classpath in that command
    I also use SDKMAN! to install my groovy versions
    melpakkam
    @melpakkam
    I have installed Grails /Groovy 3.3 as per your EHR server 2.2 documentation
    Pablo Pazos Gutiérrez
    @ppazos
    @melpakkam Groovy is not required for EHRServer, Groovy 2.4.x is required to build the openEHR-OPT
    Pablo Pazos Gutiérrez
    @ppazos
    for EHRServer v2.x Grails 3.3.10 is needed, Grails and Groovy are different things
    aelimport
    @aelimport
    Hello folks. I installed the EHRServer "successfully". It starts and I get the login window when I enter the http://localhost:8090. But if I try to login I get many exceptions.
    URI
    /auth/auth
    Class
    java.net.ConnectException
    Message
    null
    Caused by
    Connection timed out: connect
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    Does anybody know where the problem is?
    melpakkam
    @melpakkam
    Did you update the config files with the correct userid and pwd to connect to database?
    aelimport
    @aelimport
    yes, otherwise I could not deploy the server application
    melpakkam
    @melpakkam
    Are you logging with the default users provided in the documentation?
    aelimport
    @aelimport
    yes. admin@cabolabs.com/admin
    I tried to create a new user, but I got also exceptions (not the same, I think)
    aelimport
    @aelimport
    Could it be the write permissions? I copied the repository to C:\
    aelimport
    @aelimport
    Hmm, tried to start from admin cmd with no success
    melpakkam
    @melpakkam
    are you suing my sql as your DB?
    aelimport
    @aelimport
    yes
    aelimport
    @aelimport
    can EHRServer run with grails version >= 3.3.10?
    or does it run only with 3.3.10?
    melpakkam
    @melpakkam
    I think the documents days strictly 3.3.10
    aelimport
    @aelimport
    oh, ok. It seems I have missed that point. have to check that tomorrow
    aelimport
    @aelimport
    hello again. I installed the grails 3.3.10 but the failure still consist. Does the instance need internet connection? I'm running the server on a virtual machine in a sandbox. I will not have any connection because of the restrictions.
    Andre-Gunner
    @Andre-Gunner
    Hello.
    Is the openEHR Toolkit (https://server001.cloudehrserver.com/cot) currently down? Since yesterday I am not able to log in. Whenever I provide my credentials, a "Wrong Credentials" message is displayed. And if I try to reset my password, I get a "User not found" message after providing my email. A colleague of mine is experiencing the same issue.
    Pablo Pazos Gutiérrez
    @ppazos
    @aelimport what is the result of $ grails -version ?
    @Andre-Gunner the new toolkit wasn't released yet, if you created a user, it might got deleted because of my tests on the server, I will communicate when the system is ready for testing and when the community can create users in a safe way (that will not be deleted by further tests)
    @aelimport the exception you got is because we have a notification service online, when you login, it tries to get the latest news from the EHRServer notifications and display that to you on the notifications area, if you don't have access to internet, that will fail.
    currently I have no workarounds for that, but if you raise an issue on the EHRServer repo, I can take a look
    Pablo Pazos Gutiérrez
    @ppazos
    also, if you don't have access to the internet, it is possible that some CSS or JS that is required doesn't load, so some GUI could be broken because of that, but that is something I want to fix in the near future and have those assets on the local server
    another service that won't work if you are not connected to the internet is the query with SNOMED Expressions, because those are resolved in the VeraTech SNOMED server online, the EHRServer wasn't designed to be 100% offline, but if you need that, you'll also need a local SNOMED Expression server, I guess you can live without the notifications...
    BTW, sorry for the late response, my hard disk broke this week and I needed to rebuild my environment