Last post by Martine - April 20, 2022, 13:03:33 PM
Hello, in case it would help someone, here is what finally worked for me... First, I had to reset my primary password, see here : https://forum.archimatetool.com/index.php?topic=1200.0 But I'm not sure this has to be done, perhaps something went wrong because of all my tests...
Then, I generated a new password from GitHub (see attachment 1) Then, put this temporary password in model properties (see attachment 2) I could then publish again!
Afer closing and reopening Archi, when I published for first time, I was prompted to enter the "real" primary password, the properties where updated with the "real" primary password, and the publish went well.
Last post by Martine - April 20, 2022, 09:47:10 AM
Hello Phil, thank you very much for your reply! I didn't know it had to be done, and it worked! Now I'm back with my previous problem.... still have a "not authorized" message.... https://forum.archimatetool.com/index.php?topic=1189.0 Can you help me with this one? Thanks, regards
This morning, after a week of absence, I try to publish again and this time I have an "incorrect password" message. I used the "preferences" screen to put a new primary password, deleted the credential file, installed the latest version of the coArchi plugin but I still have the same message "An incorrect password was entered or the encryption key is invalid".
Can someone please help me? I am very annoyed by this problem because I can no longer save my modifications or share my model...
Thank you MartineNot a valid attachment ID.Not a valid attachment ID.Not a valid attachment ID.
thanks, I agree that may mainly coming from backend network performance.
Yes, although the folder is in my local PC, we by default the repositories are stored in my roaming profile, and this profile indeed is synchronized to my company's AD server infrastructure, folder stores the repository like below:
The only other thing I can think of is that there is a background task that runs every 5 seconds when the Collaboration Workspace is open. This polls the root folder of your repositories (set in Preferences) to look for any changes. Is this folder on a network or constrained in any way that might cause a freeze?