[openstack-dev] [Congress] driver (authentication issue)

Yue Xin xinyuefeiyang at gmail.com
Thu May 19 12:22:41 UTC 2016

Hi Tim,

Thanks a lot.  Sorry I missed that part previously, now it is successed.


On 18 May 2016 at 17:42, Tim Hinrichs <tim at styra.com> wrote:

> When you're doing testing like this, the easiest solution is to disable
> authentication.  Here are the instructions from the previous email:
> To use curl, the easiest thing to do is go into
> /etc/congress/congress.conf and change the auth_strategy from keystone to
> noauth, and restart the congress server.  Then Congress won't ask for
> authentication credentials.
> auth_strategy = noauth
> Tim
> On Tue, May 17, 2016 at 8:36 PM Yue Xin <xinyuefeiyang at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi Tim and all,
>> Thank you very much. I put congress in a tag so I missed your email and
>> relay late. Sorry about that.
>> My problem here is that i want to use the command line to put the data
>> into the congress datasource.
>> I use the command openstack congress datasource create test test(i have a
>> test_driver), and successed in creating a table.
>> Then I want to check the table use the command(openstack congress
>> datasource list table test) the errer is (internal server error 501).
>> Then I try to push the data to the test table, use
>> curl -g -i -X PUThttp://localhost:1789/v1/data-sources/id/tables/ <http://localhost:1789/v1/data-sources/3717095c-25a7-4fe2-8f18-25d845b11c60/tables/events/rows>
>> the response is "authentication required" which means I can't push data into congress datasource. I have no idea how to fix it. Can you give me some hints?
>> Thank you very much.
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