I tried to add a new Service User, but after adding the User the Page remains empty. I tried several times with a new Realm, but each time I try to add a new User the Page remains empty.
I assume you are using the default
keycloak identity provider.
Just tried this on our daily staging environment and it works ok; there was a related bug a few builds back, are you sure you have the latest docker images.
thanks for your Answer. I have Version 2.4 of the Docker-compose file. Everything seems to be fine, until I try to add a user.
to check image version please run
docker images "openremote/*"
here is the result.
Indeed your manager image is old (we are moving fast ). Please do
docker pull openremote/manager docker-compose up -d
Here is my output:
REPOSITORY TAG IMAGE ID CREATED SIZE openremote/manager latest 2f6fe2abb6e2 18 hours ago 425MB
Thank you so much. That solved the proplem (almost). It still happens if I add a user to the Master Realm. After creating a new Realm, I can add Service Users as it should be. Thats fine for me - Thanks again
Tip: if you want to keep your docker image up-to-date with the minimum effort you can use watchtower for it. This way as soon as a new image is pushed to the registry, which is build for every github push in the master branch, your local image will be updated. To run watchtower you can use the following docker-compose.yml
version: '3.2' services: watchtower: image: index.docker.io/containrrr/watchtower:latest restart: always container_name: watchtower volumes: - /var/run/docker.sock:/var/run/docker.sock - /etc/timezone:/etc/timezone command: --interval 300 --cleanup --remove-volumes --rolling-restart
The only caveat is that sometimes updating manager image requires whipping the database. If you mind doing this, it is better that you don’t use the watchtower.