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OEE: Unable to save configuration changes when the Browser saves the password


TitleOEE: Unable to save configuration changes when the Browser saves the password
URL NameOEE-Unable-to-save-configuration-changes-when-the-Browser-saves-the-password
Article Number000116344
EnvironmentProduct: OpenEdge
Version: 10.x, 11.x
OS: Windows
Question/Problem Description
Cannot save edited configuration changes when the Browser saves the OE Console password

Database configuration changes in the OE Console fail to save with message: "Property 'Key alias password' does not match the password confirmation" 

Under the 'SSL Configuration' section the fields 'Key alias name:' and 'Key alias password' are prefiled with 'admin' and a non visible password.
Steps to Reproduce1. Open the OE Console in a Browser and Select to save the login/password
2. Edit database startup parameters : Resources > databaseConfigurationName > Configuration > DatabaseConfiguration
3. Saving the configuration changes fails
Clarifying Information
Error MessageProperty 'Key alias password' does not match the password confirmation
Defect/Enhancement Number
The OE Console does not allow password filling.  The HTML related field is specifically marked indicating it should not be auto-filled.
Browsers ignore this attribute and auto-fill anyway, which fails the password confirmation check
Upgrade to OpenEdge 11.7.3 where the password field is read only.
1. Remove the saved login and password for the OpenEdge explorer or OpenEdge management from the Browser webinterface
For example, under Firefox:
Tools -> Options -> Security -> Saved Logins... 
Remove the entry 'http://localhost:9090'

2. Before saving Database configuration changes, blank the 2 fields 'SSL Configuration' and 'Key alias name:' by deleting the pre-filled values. However while the user/password information is stored in the Browser, this will need to be repeated everytime configuration changes are made.
Last Modified Date12/14/2018 12:11 PM
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