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Unable to login in Denodo Data Catalog

Hi Team, I am unable to login into Denodo Data Catalog after updated the server URL in server et up section of catalog only with host name without any database name. Ideally the server URL should be //localhost:9999/admin but I have updated the URL as //localhost:9999. Now it is not allowing even admin user to login as it is unable to verify the credentials. So if there is any way to revert the changes I have made in data catalog servcer URL. If yes please guide me the process. Also if we can connect with another instance of Denodo Data Catalog using local host Denodo Data Catalog. Thanks a lot in advance.
17-12-2020 01:36:25 -0500

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Hi, Generally, the Server URL must contain the database name as it will be used for authentication purposes. In cases where I am not able to login to Data Catalog as expected (which can be due to incomplete/incorrect Server URL), I would use the Local-based authentication and then modify the Server Configuration with the right values. To use the Local-based authentication, a URL like below can be used: `http://<host-name>:9090/denodo-data-catalog/LoginLocal` After providing the password for the admin user ("admin", by default), I would be able to perform the changes related to the Servers as required. You could take a look at the [Authentication and Authorization]( section under the Data Catalog Guide for more details. Further, if I would like to add more servers in Data Catalog, I would click on the '+' button in the "Administration > Set-Up > Server > [**Configure the Virtual DataPort Servers**](" section of Data Catalog. Hope this helps!
Denodo Team
17-12-2020 03:36:25 -0500
This helped me to resolve my problem. Thanks a lot :)
17-12-2020 04:20:05 -0500
Hi all, hopefully this helps someone else. I made the mistake today of updating the Catalog Database reference and by default added the database name using Init case... so Presentation instead of presentation. The Catalog application allowed me to enter that as a database and happily saved my changes. Then I had all sorts of issues getting locked out the environment. So I had to do the following. We have setup a secure environment, with SSL and HTTPS only connections, so had unwind a lot of configuration to get back to a HTTP non SSL environment. http://localhost:9090/denodo-data-catalog/#/web-local-login So I could use this on the local server. I could then log back in and sort out the case issue. Noting above the link is different. I'm not sure if there is an equivalent one for HTTPS//9443. Here is the link to the Denodo page.
01-02-2022 20:38:04 -0500
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