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Where is lockout info in the Postgres database?

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  • Where is lockout info in the Postgres database?

    I'm developing an application that is supposed to help users configuring MIRTH in various ways, and one of the requested features is a way to "unlock" the MIRTH_ADMIN when it has been locked from entering the wrong password. I can do other things already, like set a *new* password. The information all seems to be in the mirthdb.public schema, and of course there's the table called "person". But where on earth is anything that would help me get a user unlocked?

    Thanks for any help on this!
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