Hi Davide

We were in a similar situation when we switched to external authentication. Although, only one user was affected and we were using MySQL.


I could fix it by changing the contents of the "galaxy_user" with a few sql statements. BUT, be careful! you can do a lot of damage to the database.

Regards, Hans




On 01/25/2011 02:40 PM, Davide Cittaro wrote:
Dear all,
Our local galaxy instance uses apache authentication to log users. This said, some users have no 
"User Name" and some other have a wrong "User name" (probably because they have 
been added before the apache integration). I just wonder if there's a way to modify the user names 
directly in the postgres database (I'm pretty sure that is possible...).

Thanks

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