kandi X-RAY | Rocket.Chat Summary
kandi X-RAY | Rocket.Chat Summary
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Edit assistant .
- Edit a new channel
- Creates a new account profile formatter .
- The email formbox .
- Define new Import page
- Create a new import page
- Create a unit edit
- Creates a new history item .
- Edit a new Contact
- Represents an import operation history .
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Trending Discussions on Rocket.Chat
I'm trying to parse the following JSON in rust with serde...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-06 at 11:34
One way to deserialize your data is to use an
enum to represent the different value types and their associated contents:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-11 at 22:16
You can use a css-keyframe-animation of the background-image for that:
Here is what I am trying to run...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-25 at 20:35
I found the answer for MacOS.
All you need to do is to navigate to
and run this file
I have an instance of Rocket.chat running on an Ubuntu server, and I am trying to configure SAML on Rocket.chat (SP) and GSuite (IDP) so that I can enable login to Rocket.chat with GSuite identities.
After several rounds of going through the documentation of rocket.chat and gsuite and testing, I am out of ideas. I would really appreciate if someone could write some instructions on how to setup it up, or point to good documentation, guides, videos about SAML on Rocket.Chat.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-14 at 12:22
After many hours of debugging, looking at the source code, reading the documentation of SAML I managed to figure it out.
The steps are too long to list here so instead I summerised the needed steps in this post on my personal blog... with screenshots and references:
I appreciate any comments and suggestions.
Since we have some integrations with Rocket.Chat, we do use the API to create, query and subscribe User of a System to the Rocket.Chat. We use the SAML authentication and we work with the eppn parameter.
Before it was easy to search for a user in rocket chat with the eppn, since you could query the eppn with the API users.list.
After I upgraded the Rocket.Chat to the 3.9 Version, I saw that it is not possible to query the eppn with the users.list API.
The structure of User is changed and now the eppn parameter is a child of services.saml. I can query the eppn in the MongoDB like this:
But no way to query the eppn with the API:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jan-22 at 10:32
So everyone, I just got the solution to my problem, if any one will have the same problem.
First of all for the EJSON parse function the query must be written like this:
I'm trying to upload a file from a phone file system using Nativescript 7. I've tried both nativescript-background-http and nativescript-http-formdata aswell as HttpClient imported from @angular/common/http but none of this methods seem to work. My server is running RocketChat (this is the API) and i can successfully upload files using Insomnia REST Client. This is my first try with Angular HttpClient:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Nov-16 at 11:04
Finally I found a solution: as written here, if you are using Nativescript 7 you have to run
I am following these instructions (https://docs.rocket.chat/installation/paas-deployments/eks) which use
However helm seems to have changed since these instructions were written and a 'repository' is now required.
My question is :What repo should I add for helm v3 that is the equivalent to helm v2 default ?
Here is what I have done
I tried the command
helm init --service-account tiller
but received the error, Error: unknown command "init" for "helm.
I read here that init is no longer required for helm.
So I tried the next command to install traefik,
helm install stable/traefik --name traefik --namespace kube-system --set rbac.enabled=true.
and that says Error: unknown flag: --name which is also a change for v3,
So I adjust the command to be
helm install traefik stable/traefik --namespace kube-system --set rbac.enabled=true.
And now I get Error: failed to download "stable/traefik" (hint: running
helm repo update may help).
helm repo update returns Error: no repositories found. You must add one before updating
helm repo add stable but got Usage: helm repo add [NAME] [URL] [flags]
In the update documentation I am not finding anything about what that NAME or URL should be.
So, another way to ask my question is :What values should [NAME] and [URL] be for the
helm repo addcommand ? ...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jul-30 at 01:05
The command is :
helm repo add stable https://kubernetes-charts.storage.googleapis.com
I am using this bash script to post a new message to my rocket.chat instance....
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Oct-23 at 18:29
I believe this has already been answered in SO here
Should work by adding the $ sign and using single quotes:
I need some advice on what type of EC2 instance to use for Rocket.Chat development.
The languages and technologies we will work with are Node.js, Express, mongoDB, etc., using docker.
Team members are about 10 people. This is not our main work and not all members do work always, and not at the same time.
Projects will be API development ,for example, connecting Zapier to Rocket.Chat, making a chatbot platform through BotHub API, integrating Rocket.Chat with other services.
Thanks for the help....
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Aug-05 at 06:10
I would strongly recommend you to go through this link to see which Instance Type suits your needs.
In case you are still not sure about it, you can always start with a general-purpose m5.large type. Keep a close eye on CloudWatch metrics to check the CPU Utilization. If you think that the system is unutilized, you can downgrade to a t2 instance and in case the system is overutilized, you can change the instance type to m4.x or c4 instances and so on.
If your application is RAM intensive, a better starting point would be to choose r5/r4 instances.
I'm setting up rocket chat in AWS using the doc's provided by the rocket chat folks. Here's the file I've copied (from here):...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Apr-03 at 18:30
Those two lines are the problem:
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