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Alvaro
@alvaro9210
What’s the URL you’re requesting?
Cody Burleson
@codyburleson
OK, I see
I need to add /login.
Alvaro
@alvaro9210
hmmmm
So with:
http://localhost:8000/ —> 404
http://localhost:8000/login —> OK ???
Cody Burleson
@codyburleson
/login works. My notes are bad.
Alvaro
@alvaro9210
mmm ok, but it should be working withouth /login, though
Cody Burleson
@codyburleson
Nope.
Should I open an issue?
I opened one.
CarbonLDP/carbonldp-workbench#24
AlexSerrano22
@AlexSerrano22
Hi guys, I have a recommendation maybe it is not a big deal, but if the workbench is an SPA it will be cool that you could refresh your documents tree on the explorer without refresh the page or change to another and go back. I saw that you can refresh a document but you haven't a button to refresh the tree.
Cody Burleson
@codyburleson
That's a good suggestion. I'm pretty sure I had the same thought the other day. I might have even opened an issue for it (let me look)...
Yep: CarbonLDP/carbonldp-panel#58
AlexSerrano22
@AlexSerrano22
thanks Cody and another thing I see that on the dashboard page you have a couple of cards with information of your platform, like documents and triples, are you thinking on provide some mechanism to customise this cards? thinking that I'm interested to know how many documents of user type I have on the platform, I know that I could save my query in the SPARQL section but maybe could have a custom card with this query to have a card on the dashboard
Cody Burleson
@codyburleson
That's a pretty neat idea. I'll put that in the backlog for consideration.
CarbonLDP/carbonldp-panel#59
Rodolfo Aguirre
@roddolf
One can actually refresh the tree manualy without refreshing the entire page.
You just need to close and open the tree.
Screen Shot 2018-01-17 at 10.00.59 AM.png
AlexSerrano22
@AlexSerrano22
ooo ok thanks, I will keep in mind
daleewald
@daleewald
Hi all, installed the platform container and the workbench container. At host:8000 I keep seeing the message "No running platform"; yet in the Network tab I see it is communicating with the platform, with data responses
Then, when trying to create a non-admin user, I get "this.context doesn't exist" error in the UI
Alex Arriaga
@alex-arriaga
Did you install Carbon in your localhost or in FQDN?
Wait... which version of the docs are you reading?
It should be 1.0.x :)
daleewald
@daleewald
I installed carbon on a remote host (VM); set host mapping for that vm on my laptop, then address the workbench by the mapped fqdn
Alex Arriaga
@alex-arriaga
Could you paste your config.yaml file, please?
daleewald
@daleewald
I installed the alpha version; docs are the alpha
Basically copied the config.yaml from docs
Should the host: value match my FQDN?
Alex Arriaga
@alex-arriaga
In the config.yaml that is in the docs, the host is set to localhost; I think it should be changed to your FQDN
Yep
daleewald
@daleewald
ok, do I need to rm the container and re-create; or just stop/start?
Alex Arriaga
@alex-arriaga
I would say remove it
That was the same mistake I made ;)
And then just by removing the container, changing my config.yaml and re-runing the container worked
daleewald
@daleewald
Just workbench container or both?
Alex Arriaga
@alex-arriaga
The platform
carbonld-platform container
daleewald
@daleewald
Did you have to purge the data directory?
Alex Arriaga
@alex-arriaga
I removed it too, just to have a clean install; not sure if that was needed
daleewald
@daleewald
Thanks @alex-arriaga the platform message is resolved
Alex Arriaga
@alex-arriaga
Cool :thumbsup:
daleewald
@daleewald
But: still when creating non-admin user I get "this.context is undefined" trying to submit. And I see there is no network request attempt (no submit).
Alex Arriaga
@alex-arriaga
As far as I know, this alpha version doesn’t have security/auth implemented yet...
Miguel Aragón
@MiguelAraCo
Wait, how are you creating a non-admin user?
Are you sure you are running the alpha version of the workbench?
daleewald
@daleewald
Yes, I used:
docker run -d --name carbonldp-workbench -p 8000:80 -e "CARBON_HOST=carbon2.local.com:8083" -e "CARBON_PROTOCOL=http" carbonldp/carbonldp-workbench:1.0.x-alpha
By non-admin user I meant: at the login screen, "Don't have an account? <create one now>"