After setting up a subscription, http://localhost:4300/subscriptions/consumer is not accessable
Will return this popup message
Http failure response for http://localhost:4300/api/subscriptions?role=CONSUMER&size=20&page=0: 500 Internal Server Error
@tanghuyin sorry to hear you are getting this issue. We've tried to replicate but cannot. Are you running webhookie using docker? Can you provide more details on how you replicated this issue? Also what would help would be the log files from your console, the docker compose file you are using and any other details you think would help.
If the issue is localized to the subscriptions page can you provide details on the subscription you created? It may be something to do with some of the characteristics of that subscription that is causing the issue and will help us replicate it.
If you are using the default docker-compose file then you can provide the subscription details in json by issuing the following commands in your command line:
docker exec -it <mongo container id> mongo
You can find the mongo container id using the command
If you don't want to post your subscription details here please send them to info(at)webhookie(dot)com (feel free to obfuscate any details but keep the characteristics the same).
@tanghuyin did you resolve this issue as well? If you can please update the thread with any details of the issue?
@liam The error log said that something required not null is null in the mongo. I manually delete the mongo data for subscription and create it again, it just solved. I may not find the cause but it is resolved! Thank you
@tanghuyin ok, thanks for updating the thread. I'll move the thread to the Technical support category for future reference