Jules at Zend.To
Thu Jun 13 08:14:11 BST 2019
The other obvious possibility is that in your example you haven’t quoted any of the arguments. If you’ve got anything non-alphanumeric in auto’s password, definitely put it in single quotes.
> On 12 Jun 2019, at 9:36 pm, zend.to at neilzone.co.uk wrote:
>> On 12 Jun 2019, at 21:24, Jules Field via ZendTo <zendto at zend.to> wrote:
>>> Unfortunately it doesn’t seem to work (I could be doing something wrong). I’ve created a local user using adduser called “auto”. I have “Multi” set under authenticator and authMultiAuthenticators set to “array(‘Local’, ‘LDAP’)”. I’ve also tried swapping the order to LDAP then Local. This is the command I’m running (with identifying info changed):
>>> /opt/zendto/bin/autorequest -u auto -p the*passw0rD -n ‘Jane Doe’ -e jane at email.com -o OrgName -s 'Test Automated Email' -t 'Note in test automated email.' -N 'John Doe' -E john at email.com 'https://zend.orgname.com'
>>> No system logs are created (that I can find) and no errors.
> I feel stupid commenting here, since Jules is already on the thread, but have you remembered to add the user to “automationUsers” in preferences.php?
> // You can list multiple usernames here. So different teams using the
> // scriptable requests could be done with different "system accounts" to
> // aid later diagnosis of problems as ZendTo will log the requests
> // against this username.
> 'automationUsers' => array('auto'),
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