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Trying to add users from the command line in cakephp

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I'm trying to use the following command to add a user to the aros table in cakphp (1.3.x):
>cake acl create aro administrators opike
I get the following error message:
Error: Could not find node using reference "administrators"

administrators is a group (obviously) that already exists in both the aros table and the groups table.
opike already exits in the users table.
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Have you got administrators and opike the wrong way round?

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I realized that the entry in the aros table is created automatically when you create the user through the default form.
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Figured out a resolution on my own but awarded the points in appreciation.
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