RE: Display password to users
Here is a relatively simple example online - https://www.w3schools.com/howto/howto_js_toggle_password.asp - that should be helpful.
RE: SSO in multitenant application like slack
@sandiprghane, I would recommend following this advice. FusionAuth is mult-tenant, but oftentimes another application is all that is needed (and not another tenant). Everything scopes back to a tenant, including users. So if you have two products that share common users, likely you will just need two applications in FusionAuth (for instance).
RE: Lambda Function Buffer Error
There may be some additional insight to be gleaned from these two resources
FusionAuth also has a few helper functions that might be useful as well (and address your specific issue without the use of a
I hope this helps!
RE: Where are the plugin values documented?
These are documented in here: https://fusionauth.io/docs/v1/tech/apis/users/#import-users
user.encryptionSchemeis the field value to look for.
If you are using a custom password hasher, as outlined here: https://fusionauth.io/docs/v1/tech/plugins/custom-password-hashing/ you want to use the name that was used to bind the hashing class in the plugin module.
Where are the plugin values documented?
I want to use a plugin for my password hashing (MD5, salted).
When I import users using the Import Users API, I don't know what value to put in the
I have found this reference: https://fusionauth.io/docs/v1/tech/reference/password-hashes/ but it doesn't display the values.
RE: Capturing country code while displaying name in the advanced registration forms
Currently the way you would do that is by using the short version in the custom field definition. This will be the programatic value that is persisted. For example:
Then in your message bundle (managed by the theme), you can translate those values into a more human readable option.
US=UNITED STATES DE=GERMANY
If we do not find a localized key, we will just use the key as the value which would then render as