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Client Host is Invalid

Test Crowd connection failed with errors. I've attempted to follow https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/CROWDKB/Client+Host+is+Invalid but the query fails.

SELECT ID FROM CWD_APPLICATION WHERE APPLICATION_NAME = 'crowd';

Invalid object name 'CWD_APPLICATION'.

3 answers

Hi There,

I'v followed the same steps, but, everything went fine from my side. So, I've suggested through Atlassian Support to see if you are experiencing problems related to lowercase sensitive, which you have to execute the query with lowercase letters or asked if the query is being executed on the wrong location.

After tried the suggested steps, I would try to perform the queries on the KB again. :)

If that was not the case, any help will be great for us.

Regards,

Giu

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Giuliano C_ Atlassian Team Jan 06, 2013

Hi There,

I'v followed the same steps, but, everything went fine from my side. So, I've suggested through Atlassian Support to see if you are experiencing problems related to lowercase sensitive, which you have to execute the query with lowercase letters or asked if the query is being executed on the wrong location.

After tried the suggested steps, I would try to perform the queries on the KB again. :)

If that was not the case, any help will be great for us.

Regards,

Giu

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John Chin Atlassian Team Jan 06, 2013

The above link is for Crowd 2.3 and later.

For Crowd 2.1.x or 2.2.x you will also need to store the base-64 representation in the remote_address_binary column. (For example, fwAAAQ== for 127.0.0.1.)

For earlier Crowds, you will need to store the binary representation in the remote_address_binary column. (For example, 01111111000000000000000000000001 for 127.0.0.1.)

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