port = 8080
ssl = 0
Password file = passwords.txt
Admin user = user1
SMTP host = smtp. mail.com
SMTP port = 25
SMTP username = email@example.com
SMTP Password = GIwbx7UbmkWs5J0P8lVztX7Anje0/21BU/Tmk0aPm.
Logfile = ELog_log.txt
Logging level = 3
Logbook dir = Server
Theme = default
Comment = Server Change Log
Attributes = Author, Email, Type, Category, Subject
Subst Author = $long_name from $remote_host
Subst Email = $user_email
Options Type = SRV 1, SRV 2, SRV Sup, BMS content, BMS setpoints, BMS new
Options Category = Config, User, Access, Connection, Change, New, Delete
Extendable Options =
Required Attributes = Author, Type
Page Title = ELOG - $subject
Reverse sort = 1
Quick filter = Date, Type
If you would post a minimal config file where the problem occurs, then we could look what the problem is.
Thank you but that is already in place. I have the same issue on both Windows 10 and Windows Server 2016 and 2019.
You need user-level access control, using
Password file = ...
what are the pre-requisites to automatically fill the Author and Author Email fields. The documented method:
in the elogd.cfg file does not seem to work.
(I see it works here on this platform)