Monthly Archives: November 2013
You’re all set to take on a Workflow Manager database as the new administrator. All is going well, until you try to log in to Workflow Manager Administrator. At that time, you get the following error, “Current user is not an administrator on the selected database. Please contact your administrator.” (Figure 1)
When I first experienced this, my natural instinct was to follow my nose down the trail that the error had provided. Like me, you may even decide to grant database administrative rights to the user in question in an effort to temporarily alleviate this error. Unfortunately, this is technically not the case and you will continue receiving this error.
Don’t worry - it’s not your fault. This error is technically correct, but tends to be misleading. It gives the impression that the database user needs additional administrator privileges. This is not the case. Continue reading →