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Nifi Registry doesnt load UI for most users

New Contributor

NiFi Registry successfully loads for myself (Initial admin) and one other user who has no permissions in Registry but full permissions in the NiFi its linked to. Multiple users are unable to access the UI of Registry. When they hit the URL I give them (https://example.com:17443/nifi-registry), the NiFi Registry "R" logo is displayed and never reaches the UI. They are never prompted with a "Insufficient permissions" or "Unable to load" errors. The browsers they try always display this logo (Firefox and chrome). I am using NiFi Registry 0.1.0 and NiFi 1.6.0.

Also, why is there no "nifi-user.log" for NiFi-Registry. That would be helpful to figure out why users arent able to access the UI.

Thanks,

Jayson

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Master Guru

@Jayson Ramey

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The NiFi Registry does not have a separate nifi-registry-user.log. All user access events are logged in the nifi-registry-app.log.

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Sounds like the issue was identified as a old browser version problem. Did you try using the developer tools built in to your browser as suggested by @Bryan Bende to see if you were encountering any java script errors?

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Sounds like the solution here requires the upgrading of your browser versions.

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Thank you,

Matt

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Explorer

@Matt Clarke

Any ideas? This thing is killing us!

Can you open Chrome Dev tools and see what is shown ? any javascript errors in the console? any interesting response codes for any requests on the network tab?

New Contributor

I believe our issue is browser version. Our browsers are outdated. Firefox and Chrome version 35 or 36 (These do not work and get stuck at logo loading screen) and some have Chrome version 50.0.2661.94 which works.

Master Guru

@Jayson Ramey

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The NiFi Registry does not have a separate nifi-registry-user.log. All user access events are logged in the nifi-registry-app.log.

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Sounds like the issue was identified as a old browser version problem. Did you try using the developer tools built in to your browser as suggested by @Bryan Bende to see if you were encountering any java script errors?

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Sounds like the solution here requires the upgrading of your browser versions.

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Thank you,

Matt