Help webcore corrupt?!?


(RWright) #1

Can’t access webcore anymore. The stickys at the bottom just spin. I was modifying a couple of pistons. I saved them and now I can’t get back to them. I installed another instance and I can access that fine. Of course I’m new to webcore and didn’t enable automatic backups!


( I hate Mondays) #2

Go to the webcore app and go to settings and choose clean and rebuild data. Does that fix it? If not, do you have any errors in the IDE?


(RWright) #3

hi! Thanks for the quick reply. The clean and rebuild does not work. I do have auth errors in the IDE.

9d1a77b9-ab6a-49a7-8332-3a5d47a87f63 9:24:10 PM: error java.lang.NullPointerException
9d1a77b9-ab6a-49a7-8332-3a5d47a87f63 9:24:10 PM: error Dashboard: Authentication failed due to an invalid token
9d1a77b9-ab6a-49a7-8332-3a5d47a87f63 9:23:43 PM: error Dashboard: Authentication failed due to an invalid token


(RWright) #4

In the IDE I refreshed my client secret. Now I only get the following error.

9d1a77b9-ab6a-49a7-8332-3a5d47a87f63 9:33:22 PM: error java.lang.NullPointerException
9d1a77b9-ab6a-49a7-8332-3a5d47a87f63 9:33:03 PM: error java.lang.NullPointerException


( I hate Mondays) #5

Go to dashboard.webcore.co/register and try registering the instance again


(RWright) #6

Thanks…I’ve tried that several times as well. No luck!

Question…I copied the code from my piston earlier today to a text file. Any way to copy and paste to a new instance?


( I hate Mondays) #7

I think your pistons are just fine, it’s a matter of fixing the access tokens - should have not reset the OAuth.


(RWright) #8

Yeah the pistons are still running ok, but I just can’t access them.