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You use your own CSS file by setting
para.stylesheet_url = "http://url.to/your_style.css". Apart from that, anything can be modified if you're comfortable recompiling the project with Maven.
Try upgrading Scoold to
1.31.1. I think I fixed that issue a while back...
Yes, to both questions.
You can enable HTTPS in the JVM using Spring Boot's configuration properties, or use nginx instead.
The Para Web Console is an open source project - simply clone it and use it however you like. It's 100% client-side, so it doesn't really matter if you host it locally or not.
EDIT: Custom authentication is now supported by Para and implemented in Scoold Pro.
If your serverside implements OAuth 2.0, LDAP or SAML, then yes. Anything else would require custom authentication code running on the Para backend.
You can, but it requires modification of the source code.
You are right - the schema for SQL databases is pretty simple. I wouldn't say document DBs are preferred over RDMBSs, it's just that Para is a schemaless backend server so the data fits better inside a document DB. In other words Para expects data in any kind of structure.
Yes, but in the PRO version which is coming out later this year. In the OSS version only basic syntax hightlighting is supported.
Have you tried this with the latest version 1.28.5? Indeed, there was a parameter bug in previous versions.
Hi Meg, please read the Para documentation at https://paraio.org/docs
David, that's a cool idea! We should discuss this further via email or on Gitter. You're talking about 2 features here - first is the Slack bot and the second is a Scoold integration with the Slack API.
This will be a premium feature and will be available in Scoold Pro.
This has been fixed in
1.31.0. Users -> Bulk Edit Spaces
SAML passwords cannot be reset from Scoold.
Usually SAML errors are due to incorrect mapping of attributes, similar to this one:
Missing values for SAML attributes 'name', 'FirstName', 'LastName'.
Make sure you set the names of attributes to match your SAML attributes:
# attribute mappings (usually required) # e.g. urn:oid:0.9.2342.19200300.100.1.1 para.security.saml.attributes.id = "" # e.g. urn:oid:0.9.2342.19200300.100.1.3 para.security.saml.attributes.email = "" #...
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Everyone can ask a question here, but in Scoold Pro you can configure it so that questions posted by new users need to be approved by an admin in order to be published.
Answers to your other questions on Drift:
- You don't have to pay anything for the open source version of Scoold
- You can ask an unlimited number of questions on Scoold
- You can reply to any question
Here's the whole language file in English: https://github.com/Erudika/scoold/blob/master/src/main/resources/lang_en.properties
You can also go to the Translate page and translate there. It would be slower as all translated strings have to be approved first.
**If you translate the whole language file, please notify me or create a Pull Request on GitHub and I'll add it to the project as the official tra...
This is finally fixed! Please upgrade to
Hi, the deployment steps for Scoold are:
- Deploy Para on your machine OR create an account and app on ParaIO.com
- Create and edit the
application.conffile and configure the Para endpoint and credentials
- Run Scoold with
java -jar scoold.war -Dconfig.file=application.conf
Currently, you can auto-assign tags for new questions if the question contains no tags. It's not possible to make a tag required. How would you decide if a tag is required for a particualar question?
One pod can definitely handle thousands of users, if it has enough memory and cpu.
- One pod for Para and one for Scoold should be enough
- Try adding more CPU or memory if necessary
- Scoold Pro and Scoold Pro unlimited are the same product, but with unlimited you can run Scoold Pro on any number of hosts.
- Use CloudSQL or Mongo Atlas
Of course, you can use the regular SQL browsing tools for your database to interact with the data. Another option is to use console.paraio.org to browse the data inside a Para app. It's a simple web console for CRUD operations on objects.
Yes, moderators and admins can move questions between spaces.
What kind of integration are you talking about? If you're talking about authenticating with Microsoft Teams, that's already supported.