[Seaside] Re: GLORP
shutej at crazilocks.com
Fri Jun 23 18:22:06 UTC 2006
Changing "md5" to "password", I get 49 tables. It's alive (and running
What cryptographic options actually work? Should I try "crypt" instead of
"md5"? Was "md5" EXPECTED to work? Is there anything I can do to help
figure out what's wrong?
> Just to make sure, does your pg_hba.conf accept plaintext passwords,
> of md5 ?
> On 6/23/06, Jeremy Shute <shutej at crazilocks.com> wrote:
>> > It's a state machine design. Each message received from
>> > the postgres server is treated as an event to the PGConnection
>> > state machine. The event causes a state transition. Upon entering
>> > the new state, the method named like "st<StateName>" is executed.
>> > The state machine is pictured here:
>> > http://firstname.lastname@example.org/pgsqueak/PGConnection.5.gif
>> > That diagram is slightly out of date, if you look in the method:
>> > PGConnection>>buildStateTransitionTable
>> > you'll see a representation of the real version used by the code.
>> I'm familiar with state machines and other automata. The event is
>> in the debugger as PGAuthentication(type=5,salt=a ByteArray(249 138 60
>> I tried loading Crypgography from SqueakMap, same error. How do I get
>> to authenticate in plaintext?
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