await _defaultContentsAdminListFilter.FilterAsync(filteroptions, query, null);
Thank you! @kevinchalet That solved that issue. Now I'm logged into Wordpress. Wow! I added the scopes email profile openid in Orchard-Core.
But I have really no idea about how/where to edit the Orchard-Core full user profiles? In Admin under profile I see ony username + email + Roles, no chance to add an street address, surname, name etc. And in the scope editor I have no idea how to link these scopes to thing "allowed to share".
Any hint would really be helpful. Thanks.
@kevinchalet If you have any idea why for "Logout" (in Wordpress) it redirects to Orchard Core but there is the error message:
"The specified 'post_logout_redirect_uri' is invalid."
I have specified as Logout Endpoint <AuthServer>//connect/logout and in the orchard-openid-application-setup I tried to enable/disable "Allow Logout Endpoint" - no change...
Post Logout URI empty or not empty, no change, either.
We're doing a lot of testing for mobile, and when we use OrchardCore.ContentPreview view, in the
head tag above the two iframes, there isn't a viewport in place.
<meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1">
Is there anything in place to extend the ContentPreview module or a better way to handle this?
Users Audit Trailfeature, enabling this results in an error most likely because it has a dependency on the
Audit Trailfeature which is nowhere to be seen.
OrchardCore.Application.Cms.Targetspackage dependency in our start up project and can see the
OrchardCore.AuditTrailmodule referenced. There is also nothing in the logs to indicate and error with this. Any ideas or suggestions for further troubleshooting?
Create()method of the migration?
MyPart__Editis not found. The
MyPart.Edit.cshtmlfile is definitely in the Views folder. I don't see anything in the logs to indicate why it is not found.