As a quick workaround, you can try the following:
a) Login to Ambari UI -> Metron -> Configs -> Advanced -> Advanced metron-env. And ensure that the "Active Spring profiles" parameter is set to the value "dev". Then restart Metron REST service.
b) Now, you can fire up the Metron Management UI (http://node1:4200) and use the credentials "admin/password".
thanks for your reply.. I tried to follow the steps as provided by you.. When I configured "dev" value on "Active Spring profiles" and restart the service.. Login button of Metron Management UI (http://node1:4200) stop working.
After making the config changes, have you restarted both Metron REST and Metron Management UI services?
Can you check the logs for Metron REST at
/var/log/metron/metron-rest.log to see if there are any errors and paste it here?
@Vijay Kumar, can you make these changes from the Ambari UI and then restart Metron REST?
(Go to Metron -> Config -> Advanced -> Advanced metron-env and set the properties -> Save -> Restart Metron REST)