testing app deployment without having to log in AFTER 1-Click Publish

testing app deployment without having to log in AFTER 1-Click Publish

  

Hello, I am beginning with the tutorial:  OutSystems in One Hour

I want to be able to test the running app with another person WITHOUT their having to log in, how can this be accomplished, please?

Jon


Opps... also forgot to ask, how to fix the re-publish errors?

Please see attachment image.

Thank you.
Literate Aspects wrote:

Hello, I am beginning with the tutorial:  OutSystems in One Hour

I want to be able to test the running app with another person WITHOUT their having to log in, how can this be accomplished, please?

Jon

 
 If I got it right, you need to set the page role to Anonymous, so no authentication will be needed.
Opps... also forgot to ask, how to fix the re-publish errors?

Please see attachment image.

Thank you.
 These are not erros, but warnings. Your platform server version was updated, so you have to republish these espaces to refresh the system references.
 

Best regards.
Be informed that giving anonymous rights to a page will open that page and all functionality to the whole world, not only to the other person. 

If that is something you don't want, I would strongly suggest to create a second user account for the other person and let him login during the tests. 
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