The Access Control List (ACL) is a PostgreSQL table which stores all private and admin user accounts.
Give the necessary roles to the PostgreSQL account defined in the environment settings the backend will generate a new ACL table from this schema.
create table if not exists users ( "_id" serial not null, email text not null, password text not null, verified boolean, approved boolean, admin boolean, verificationtoken text, approvaltoken text, failedattempts integer default 0, password_reset text, api text );
The connection details for the ACL must be provided in the Access Control Environment Settings.
A default admin account firstname.lastname@example.org (password: admin123) will be inserted into a newly created ACL table.
This account can be used to login and approve the first newly registered admin account. The default account should be removed as soon as a new private admin account with a valid email has been defined.