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Ugh! 4.7 configure.sh

You would think that after all these years and all the scripts that development put out for differing products, they would know by now how to handle special characters in passwords during a "read"!

Sheesh! :mad:

Enter Identity Vault Administrator password:

common/scripts/prompts.sh: eval: line 309: unexpected EOF while looking for matching `''
common/scripts/prompts.sh: eval: line 310: syntax error: unexpected end of file
Entered credentials are incorrect. Enter the credentials again.


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Re: Ugh! 4.7 configure.sh

ScorpionSting;2480758 wrote:
You would think that after all these years and all the scripts that development put out for differing products, they would know by now how to handle special characters in passwords during a "read"!

Sheesh! :mad:

Enter Identity Vault Administrator password:

common/scripts/prompts.sh: eval: line 309: unexpected EOF while looking for matching `''
common/scripts/prompts.sh: eval: line 310: syntax error: unexpected end of file
Entered credentials are incorrect. Enter the credentials again.



I see no evidence to support this assumption. It'd be nice, though.
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Re: Ugh! 4.7 configure.sh

passwords can be difficult.

we just found out that % is not valid in the password for the reporting administrator. or at least that seem to be the case for us since it worked when we changed to another password.
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