Bug in User Listing - limited to 30


#1

I have noted that when looking as users in the list mode when one exceeds a certain number (30 I believe) new registrations are added but not listed. If I delete a few earlier registrations the new ones appear at the bottom of the list. It is as though there should be a page 2 but there is not. Is this a config issue, or a bug? Has anyone else experienced the same?


#2

old bug.
Should have been resolved in 2.0.3
Can you verify that you are up to date?


#3

OK but I am using the AWS version from Bitnami and they only have 2.0.0.2, I upgraded yesterday. How do I get to 2.0.0.3?


#4

http://wiki.dreamfactory.com/DreamFactory/Installation#Mac_OS_X_and_Linux

Also if you’re looking for the newer images for BIitnami/AWS: https://bitnami.com/redirect/to/87228/dreamfactory-2.0.4-1-amiubuntu-x64-hvm-ebs


#5

Thanks…the second link is probably what I want…but it is broken…do you have a newer link for the Bitnami image?


#6

sorry. copy/paste error.
To keep up to date on images, check this page at Bitnami: https://bitnami.com/stack/dreamfactory/cloud/aws

Scroll down to the bottom of the page for launch links.
FYI, with Bitnami images and installers, launching a new instance like this or running the installer locally does not upgrade an existing stack but creates a new one. If you want to upgrade an existing stack you have to use instructions linked above.


Upgrading without changing the API key?
#7

Excellent - I think the first one is what I need. It will probably answer the other question I posted about keeping the API key when we upgrade.


#8

Continuing the discussion from Upgrading without changing the API key?:
definitely.
If you need to copy apps between instances and maintain the API key, I think all you need to do is make sure the APP_KEY parameter in the .env file is the same, though I have not tested this myself. I can do so later.


#9

Great,what would the path be to that file?


#10

it’s in the htdocs folder – on the cloud vm images, that’s /opt/bitnami/apps/dreamfactory/htdocs

this file (.env) defines all sorts of settings for your instance, including default record return limit, system database configuration, and for this issue, the app key.