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From Eivinn Hustveit <eiv...@fortiden.com>
Subject Jetspeed2 LDAP
Date Wed, 08 Mar 2006 15:41:50 GMT

We are currently trying to merge our Jetspeed2-M3 server over to  
Jetspeed2.0-Final and OpenLDAP. Currently we have gotten Jetspeed to  
use user authentication through LDAP.

Our steps to get so far was installing Jetspeed2 with the installer.  
Fixing up jetspeed.war from that server to include LDAP specific  
assembly files and deploying on our linux server.

The latest advancement is adding LdapGroupSecurityHandler to security- 
spi-atz.xml but this is somewhat unsuccessful. When using Group  
Manager to add a new group I get the exception:
javax.naming.directory.SchemaViolationException: [LDAP: error code 65  
- object class 'jetspeed-2-group' requires attribute 'uniqueMember'];  
remaining name 'uid=ldap_eivinn,ou=groups'

I have also been reading up on the LDAP threads from 3rd of February  
which seem to conclude that by using the Jetspeed source we could get  
full LDAP support. Is this correct? Will the  
LdapSecurityMappingHandler etc be used with LDAP for groups, roles,  
and encrypted user authentication if I build Jetspeed from source?  
Are there any steps to produce the same result with a patch?


Eivinn Hustveit
System Manager		

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