"submit not allowed" you typically get if there is a "guest menu" for read-only access and you are not logged in. I never tried the elog program with PAM authentication, but you said that your turned authentication off. What I would do is to strip down your elogd.cfg to a very simple form until the elog utility works, then figure out which configuration makes the trouble.
Update: I tried switching the logbook to no authentication reqiured, and still get the "command Submit not allowed" response.
I'm running Elog version V3.1.4-ba84827 on Red Hat Linux 7.9. As part of migrating from an older in-house logbook to Elog, I need to upload all the old logbook entries. However, when I attempt to do that with the "elog" command line tool, I'm getting the error "command Submit not allowed.
I read through a similar report from 2015 (entry #68149), but none of the potential causes seem to be at play here. The logbook is using PAM authentication, and I can log in to the web interface using the same credentials I'm using from the command line. The other case mentioned a dis-allowed encoding format, but my logbook is configured to allow all formats.
This is the command line I'm using:
/usr/local/elog/bin/elog -v -h logbook.aps.anl.gov -p 8081 -l On_Call -x -n 2 -a Date='10/19/2020 01:02' Author="David Wallis" Title='Test Upload' Status='Open' System='On-Call' -u 'wallis' '*****' "This is a test message"
How can one add an attachment to a new or existing entry with py_elog?
E.g. if I want to upload an image.
Thanks for the help!
Look in the manual under "conditional attributes"
I would like to know if there is a way in elog to populate a field based on the value of another field. What I want to do is have a field with a few selections (a menu) and another text field that populates based on what I select from the menu.
Is this possible?
Can someone compile an up-to-date windows-version or write a manual how to do it in Windows without compiling errors?
Nope, this is not possible. Sorry.
I'm working on new logbook and in one category I'll have many attributes (many more than in attached screenshot).
So here is my question. Is it possible to visually group such attributes with some border, or something like that?
In screenshot you can see what I want to achieve.