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I'm very happy that you get the new version of OpenESB. It is good news.
Now let me explain the meaning of the login on the OpenESB website.
In the previous website, you had to be logged to access to the download and
the documentation. Consequently, to download OpenESB, an account was
The current version does not require these elements anymore. So the question
raises up: What is the meaning of the login in the current web site? It is
used by the person who wants to write papers on OpenESB and publishes them
on the website. For a downloader the login is meaningless.
If you want to write one, it will be a great pleasure to set up an account
I hope my explanation is understandable.
Please feel free to contact me for any further detail
Paul Perez Chief Architect
Tel: +44 79 44 36 04 65
Skype ID : polperez
From: User <[hidden email]> On Behalf Of smoczyna via User
Sent: 13 March 2019 06:58
To: [hidden email] Cc: smoczyna <[hidden email]>
Subject: Re: [User] Can't login or change my passord
Thanks you Paul, I got the package at last.
However I would like to regain an access to my account either but I can't
understand this question (which is required even for password change):
This is not exactly the problem. My problem was to misunderstand the
security question: "how many letters in OpenESB"
At first I didn't realize it is about the number of characters in the word
openesb. I rather thought it means a kind of letters posted on OpenESB site.
Silly or not I needed help with this because the question itself is
misleading and it looks like I am not alone. I got a hint from another
person who had the same issue.
Maybe consider rephrasing the question, for instance, this one is much
clearer: How many characters OpenESB word has?
However it seems to be completely redundant when resetting the password and
also it is very "static" question. Once any bot got the right answer it can
use it forever.
Thank you for your feedback
Let me clarify, what I said in my previous post.
In the previous web site, your login and password were required to download
and access to the documentation
it is not the case anymore.
Login are only required for people who want to publish post on the web site.
If you want to access to these Features and publish papers on OE, I would be
very happy to provide and access.