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PostgreSQL
omfgppc
2007-12-27
2013-03-08
  • omfgppc
    omfgppc
    2007-12-27

    pclark wrote: Take a looking at:
    [url]http://www.xtuple.com/docs/userguide/system13.php#970413[/url]

    You have to create a key file before you can enter all of the Credit Card Configuration settings.

    How to fix this:
    Create a new text file with a text editor such as Notepad.
    In the text file, enter your key, for example:
    [b:f7a95395a7]OpenMFGkeyText12345[/b:f7a95395a7]
    Save this file, for example:
    [b:f7a95395a7]OpenMfg.key[/b:f7a95395a7]
    Save it to a folder where you want to store this key, for example:
    [b:f7a95395a7]C:\\KeyFileFolder\\[/b:f7a95395a7]

    Now open the PostBooks Client.
    Go to:
    [b:f7a95395a7]\"System > Master Information > Credit Cards...\":[/b:f7a95395a7]
    The following error will display:
    [b:f7a95395a7]Cannot read encrypted information from database.[/b:f7a95395a7]
    Click on the \"Key File\" tab.
    Enter your Key File Name, for example:
    [b:f7a95395a7]OpenMfg.key[/b:f7a95395a7]
    Enter your Key File Location for your system, for example:
    [b:f7a95395a7]C:\\KeyFileFolder\\[/b:f7a95395a7]
    Click on Save and then [b:f7a95395a7]Restart the PostBooks client[/b:f7a95395a7]
    Go to:
    [b:f7a95395a7]\"System > Master Information > Credit Cards...\":[/b:f7a95395a7]
    Now there is no error and the Login and Password fields are no longer grayed out.

    You should make your \"Key\" a long string of random upper and lower case letters and numbers.  Special characters should not be used.  You should also make the key file, for example, \"OpenMfg.key\" a hidden file and also make the directory it is in hidden.  Do not use the actual key and file name and location I gave above, those are just an example. -- Read more at http://www.xtuple.org/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=202