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Supported special characters

  • Actualizado: 2020/05/20
    • Automation 360 v.x
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Supported special characters

Use only supported special characters when creating user names and passwords. Supported characters vary depending upon where they are used.

In all of the below listed cases, the standard alphanumeric characters, a-z, A-Z, 0-9 are supported. The special characters allowed or specifically excluded from particular use are typical to standard English keyboards. See the table below to verify the special characters that can be used in names or passwords.
TLS certificate
Do not use at sign ( @ ) in passwords
Wildcards
The asterisk ( * ) is supported.
Windows
Do not use the pipe ( | ) or semicolon ( ; ) in user names or passwords.
Worksheet
Do not use the asterisk ( * ), question mark ( ? ), or bracket left or right ( [ ] ) in the worksheet name.
Base de datos
Do not use percent ( % ) or space ( ) in the database name.
Do not use semicolon ( ; ) in the database username or password.

Supported characters

Characters supported for authentication are acceptable for both user names and passwords. In the table:

  • Supported means the character is explicitly supported for that use.
  • Do not use means the character is explicitly not supported for that use.
  • Double dash (--) means results with using the character for that use are unknown.
Character Autenticación de Windows Control Room authentication Database name, username, or password JSON Web Token authentication
ampersand ( & ) Supported Supported -- Supported
angle bracket, left or right ( < > ) Supported -- -- --

apostrophe, straight single ( ' )

Supported -- -- --