Hi Jochen,

I can remove that restriction for you, however I would suggest that you must test this approach of having an @ in a username in eXist 2.0 thoroughly. It may work or it may have problems due to eXist's support now for realms, where the postfix after the @ indicated the authentication realm.

On 30 November 2012 13:46, Jochen Graf <jochen.graf@uni-koeln.de> wrote:

thanks for the nice enhancements in the Java
Admin Client! There is one problem for us at
the moment with the user administration tool.
We are using email addresses as user names
since years. Since user names are validated
against ([a-zA-Z0-9\-\._]{3,}) now by the Admin
Client we unfortunately cannot manage our
users any more.

Will this regular expression become the future
pattern for eXist user names? Do you suggest
to revise all old user names? Or could this be
easily changed into the old way again?

Thanks for your help,

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