Yes, the user belongs to “synchronize tables” group. So, the https:///odktables/default/privilegesInfo link would be like this - https:/mydomain.com/odktables/default/privilegesInfo, right?
your example is correct
This is what I get
Type Status Report
Description The origin server did not find a current representation for the target resource or is not willing to disclose that one exists.
Sounds like something is wrong with the sync-endpoint. You might want to look at the logs or simply try to setup the system again after stopping the stack/swarm.
@Prashant You mentioned that a “simple stack-up and stack-down docker did the job” to fix your problem with login. Could you please explain what you mean by stack-up and stack-down? I am facing the same problem and have done fresh install 3 times but with the same login problem. Thanks.
Take the stack/swarm down:
docker stack rm syncldap
Bring the stack/swarm up with HTTPS support execute this command in the sync-endpoint-default-setup folder:
docker stack deploy -c docker-compose.yml -c docker-compose-https.yml syncldap
Also, I encourage you to take the ODK-X Sync-Endpoint survey as our intern is working to improve things: Survey form - ODK-X Sync Endpoint
This fixed the issue with login. Thank you!