Re: [greenstone-users] GLI

From Michael Dewsnip
DateMon, 13 Feb 2006 10:12:30 +1300
Subject Re: [greenstone-users] GLI
In-Reply-To (43E89064-5010706-uniovi-es)
Hi Sergio,

The authentication scheme for building collections remotely is described
in the "Authentication" section of
http://www.cs.waikato.ac.nz/~mdewsnip/greenstone/west-yorkshire/remote-greenstone.html

Your user needs to be in either:

- The "remote-superuser" group (can create new collections and edit all
existing collections)

or

- The "remote-collection-builder" group and "<collection>-maintainer"
groups (for editing the <collection> collection)

Regards,

Michael

Sergio Blanco wrote:

> Hi ,
> I write you from the University of Oviedo(SPAIN)
> After installing the GLI client for remote building collections, I
> said Richard that al was ok.. Not true.
>
> When I run the client-gli.bat file the program asks for the Greenstone
> library and gliserver
> URLs(http://<your-machine-name>:<port>/gsdl/cgi-bin/library
> (library.exe if the server is Windows) and
> http://<your-machine-name>:<port>/gsdl/cgi-bin/gliserver.pl,
> respectively. )
>
> (The port is 80 in both cases.(Apache conf file is with 'listen 80')
>
> From the admin page, I add a new user(with a password x and into the
> adminstrator group and another into the colbuilder group).
> In both cases, when I try to build a new collection after running the
> client-gli.bat flie, it asks for the user and password. I write the
> user and password and the next window error:
>
>
> An error has ocurred on the remote Greenstone server while performing
> this operation
> Authentication failed: user is not in the required group
>
> Any help????????
> Tanks in advance.......
>
>
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