Projector authenticated connection generates exception

Bug #1593882 reported by Ken Roberts on 2016-06-17
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Affects Status Importance Assigned to Milestone
OpenLP
High
Ken Roberts
2.4
Undecided
Ken Roberts

Bug Description

Authenticated connection with no pin set should have generated an error message box.

projector.manager.ProjectorManager DEBUG Entering
projector.manager DEBUG (Test Projector) updateStatus(status=S_CONNECTING) message: "Connecting"
projector.manager DEBUG (Test Projector) Updating icon with S_CONNECTING
projector.pjlink1 DEBUG (192.168.1.20) check_login(data="None")
projector.pjlink1 DEBUG (192.168.1.20) check_login() read "PJLINK 1 44cd859a"
projector.pjlink1 DEBUG (192.168.1.20) data_check="['PJLINK', '1', '44cd859a']"
projector.pjlink1 DEBUG (192.168.1.20) Setting hash with salt="44cd859a"
projector.pjlink1 DEBUG (192.168.1.20) pin="None"
openlp.core.OpenLP DEBUG Entering hook_exception
root CRITICAL Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "openlp/core/lib/projector/pjlink1.py", line 348, in check_login
AttributeError: 'NoneType' object has no attribute 'encode'

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Ken Roberts (alisonken1) on 2016-06-17
Changed in openlp:
status: New → In Progress
Ken Roberts (alisonken1) wrote :

fix and test pushed to ~alisonken1/openlp/bug-1593883-projector-authentication.
Will request merge when bug 1593883 is fixed.

Ken Roberts (alisonken1) on 2016-07-22
Changed in openlp:
status: In Progress → Fix Committed
Tim Bentley (trb143) on 2016-07-22
Changed in openlp:
milestone: none → 2.5.1
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