ikaika at May 10th, 2017 21:24 — #1
Has anyone run into issues uploading the Webhook backup JSON file into FB?
ikaika at May 10th, 2017 21:33 — #2
Invalid JSON data or key values. Key values can’t contain $ # [ ] / or .
ruben at May 30th, 2017 17:52 — #3
When I run into these kinds of errors, I will drop the JSON into a linter, which can be helpful in finding where the invalid sequence of characters is at. https://jsonlint.com
ayden7 at September 9th, 2017 02:12 — #4
Validate your JSON with this tool: json formatter https://jsonformatter-online.com
pud at September 10th, 2017 10:48 — #5
Hijacking this for a moment,
Has anyone had success setting up a self-hosted webhook in the last couple of months? I found that when I tried, that Firebase no longer supports FB2, and everything needs to be moved over to FB4. Ie you cannot create a new FB2 database. From what I can tell, the CMS does not support FB4, and the package for Ember they're using for the FB connector cannot be upgraded because the version that supports FB4 needs Ember 2, the CMS is written in Ember 1.2
Anyway, rant aside, has anyone managed to set up self-hosted version in the last few weeks, let me know.
ruben at September 20th, 2017 11:39 — #6
@pud, I haven't tried this recently under a new account. But in my current Google Cloud / Firebase account, I can create a new Firebase, and access it using the v2 API if I use the secret key that is stashed under the Settings Gear > Project Settings > Service Accounts > Database Secrets. The Database Secrets nav item is under the heading Legacy Credentials. Using the secret key here, I can log into my Firebase using the
firebase module, v1.0.5 from npm.
I'd be curious to know if you can find these with a fresh Firebase account, or if this is only visible to those who migrated from the Legacy console into the new Firebase Console.