Bug #24436 Missing required 'command' parameter when entering Network credentials
Submitted: 20 Nov 2006 4:01 Modified: 21 Feb 2007 15:56
Reporter: Morgan Tocker Email Updates:
Status: Closed Impact on me:
Category:MySQL Enterprise Monitor: Web Severity:S3 (Non-critical)
Version:1.0.0 OS:Any (all)
Assigned to: Eric Herman CPU Architecture:Any
Tags: mer101, Network credentials

[20 Nov 2006 4:01] Morgan Tocker
When attempting to authenticate to MySQL Network, an error of "Missing required 'command' parameter." is presented (see screenshot).

How to repeat:
Follow the authentication link in the bottom right of the footer, and try and enter your network credentials.

Suggested fix:
Could be related to bug #23817 or #24417.

Setting 'GLOBAL' access works, but then the footer still asks you to enter missing credentials (which is confusing).
[20 Nov 2006 4:02] Morgan Tocker
Error Message

Attachment: missing-required-command-error.png (image/png, text), 121.32 KiB.

[20 Nov 2006 16:51] Sloan Childers
1) immediately fix website to use network.mysql.com without redirection to the merlin.php page to the new enterprise.mysql.com site

2) fix for 1.0.1
- fix MySQLNetworkRemoteAPIs to have the new URL by default
- swap server to use new MySQLNetworkRemoteAPIs.getAdvisorBundle so it picks up the 'networkURL' server property so we can work around these types of problems in the future by changing a property
[20 Nov 2006 17:35] Mark Leith
Network API now fixed - so this bug is essentially "fixed". 

However, further work to be done for the next patch release as noted by Sloan, so leaving as "Verified"
[20 Nov 2006 20:30] Gary Whizin
Worked around, now fully functional (downgrade in priority)
[21 Nov 2006 14:22] Sloan Childers
Server enhancements mentioned are in r4302 now.
[21 Feb 2007 15:56] Mark Leith
Verified fixed (has been a while)