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From scnakand...@apache.org
Subject [1/3] airavata git commit: removing groper configurations
Date Fri, 04 Nov 2016 15:18:43 GMT
Repository: airavata
Updated Branches:
  refs/heads/develop 0717ae34a -> 2768cf159


removing groper configurations


Project: http://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf/airavata/repo
Commit: http://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf/airavata/commit/02021d3f
Tree: http://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf/airavata/tree/02021d3f
Diff: http://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf/airavata/diff/02021d3f

Branch: refs/heads/develop
Commit: 02021d3f05ccf6819687215613cdf0a7a6c34d88
Parents: d7d058b
Author: scnakandala <supun.nakandala@gmail.com>
Authored: Fri Nov 4 11:04:33 2016 -0400
Committer: scnakandala <supun.nakandala@gmail.com>
Committed: Fri Nov 4 11:04:33 2016 -0400

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 .../main/resources/grouper.hibernate.properties |  10 -
 .../server/src/main/resources/sources.xml       | 875 -------------------
 2 files changed, 885 deletions(-)
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http://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf/airavata/blob/02021d3f/modules/configuration/server/src/main/resources/grouper.hibernate.properties
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diff --git a/modules/configuration/server/src/main/resources/grouper.hibernate.properties
b/modules/configuration/server/src/main/resources/grouper.hibernate.properties
deleted file mode 100755
index d119c3f..0000000
--- a/modules/configuration/server/src/main/resources/grouper.hibernate.properties
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,10 +0,0 @@
-hibernate.connection.url = jdbc:mysql://localhost:3306/grouper
-
-hibernate.connection.username         =root
-# If you are using an empty password, depending upon your version of
-# Java and Ant you may need to specify a password of "".
-# Note: you can keep passwords external and encrypted: https://bugs.internet2.edu/jira/browse/GRP-122
-hibernate.connection.password         =
-
-hibernate.cache.use_second_level_cache=true
-hibernate.cache.region.factory_class=org.hibernate.cache.ehcache.EhCacheRegionFactory
\ No newline at end of file

http://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf/airavata/blob/02021d3f/modules/configuration/server/src/main/resources/sources.xml
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diff --git a/modules/configuration/server/src/main/resources/sources.xml b/modules/configuration/server/src/main/resources/sources.xml
deleted file mode 100755
index b00ad26..0000000
--- a/modules/configuration/server/src/main/resources/sources.xml
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,875 +0,0 @@
-<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
-<!--
-
-    Copyright 2014 Internet2
-
-    Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
-    you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
-    You may obtain a copy of the License at
-
-      http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
-
-    Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
-    distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
-    WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
-    See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
-    limitations under the License.
-
--->
-<!--
-Grouper's subject resolver configuration
-$Id: sources.example.xml,v 1.8 2009-08-11 20:18:09 mchyzer Exp $
--->
-
-<sources>
-
-  <!-- Group Subject Resolver -->
-  
-  <!-- 
-     You can flag a source as not throwing exception on a findAll (general search) i.e. if
it is
-     ok if it is down.  Generally you probably won't want to do this.  It defaults to true
if omitted.
-  
-     <init-param>
-       <param-name>throwErrorOnFindAllFailure</param-name>
-       <param-value>false</param-value>
-     </init-param>
-   -->
-  
-  <!-- 
-      You can make virtual attributes (attributes with formatting or based on other attributes)
like this:
-      init-param name is subjectVirtualAttribute_<index>_<name> where index is
the order to be processed
-      if some depend on others (0 to 99).  The value is the jexl expression language.  You
can use subjectUtils
-      methods (aliased with "subjectUtils", or you can register your own class (must have
default constructor).
-      Here are examples:
-  
-     <init-param>
-       <param-name>subjectVirtualAttribute_0_loginIdLfName</param-name>
-       <param-value>Hey ${subject.getAttributeValue('LOGINID')} and ${subject.getAttributeValue('LFNAME')}</param-value>
-     </init-param>
-     <init-param>
-       <param-name>subjectVirtualAttribute_1_loginIdLfNameLoginId</param-name>
-       <param-value>${subject.getAttributeValue('loginIdLfName')} Hey ${subject.getAttributeValue('LOGINID')}
and ${subject.getAttributeValue('LFNAME')}</param-value>
-     </init-param>
-     <init-param>
-       <param-name>subjectVirtualAttributeVariable_JDBCSourceAdapterTest</param-name>
-       <param-value>edu.internet2.middleware.subject.provider.JDBCSourceAdapterTest</param-value>
-     </init-param>
-     <init-param>
-       <param-name>subjectVirtualAttribute_2_loginIdSquared</param-name>
-       <param-value>${JDBCSourceAdapterTest.appendToSelf(subject.getAttributeValue('LOGINID'))}</param-value>
-     </init-param>
-  
-    The first virtual attribute is accessible via: subject.getAttributeValue("loginIdLfNameLoginId");
-
-    you can set these c3p0 settings: maxConnectionAge (seconds), testConnectionOnCheckout
(true|false), 
-       preferredTestQuery (e.g. select 1 from dual), idleConnectionTestPeriod (seconds)
-
-
-     <init-param> 
-       <param-name>findSubjectByIdOnCheckConfig</param-name> 
-       <param-value>true|false</param-value> 
-     </init-param> 
-     <init-param> 
-       <param-name>subjectIdToFindOnCheckConfig</param-name> 
-       <param-value>someSubjectIdWhichMightExistOrWhatever</param-value> 
-     </init-param> 
-
-     <init-param> 
-       <param-name>findSubjectByIdentifiedOnCheckConfig</param-name> 
-       <param-value>true|false</param-value> 
-     </init-param> 
-     <init-param> 
-       <param-name>subjectIdentifierToFindOnCheckConfig</param-name> 
-       <param-value>someSubjectIdentifierWhichMightExistOrWhatever</param-value>

-     </init-param> 
-
-     <init-param> 
-       <param-name>findSubjectByStringOnCheckConfig</param-name> 
-       <param-value>true|false</param-value> 
-     </init-param> 
-     <init-param> 
-       <param-name>stringToFindOnCheckConfig</param-name> 
-       <param-value>someStringWhichMightExistOrWhatever</param-value> 
-     </init-param>
-   -->
-  
-  <!-- 
-    NOTE: It is recommended that you **not** change the default
-          values for this source adapter.
-  -->
-  <source adapterClass="edu.internet2.middleware.grouper.GrouperSourceAdapter">
-    <id>g:gsa</id>
-    <name>Grouper: Group Source Adapter</name>
-    <type>group</type>
-
-    <init-param>
-      <param-name>subjectVirtualAttribute_0_searchAttribute0</param-name>
-      <param-value>${subject.getAttributeValue('name')},${subject.getAttributeValue('displayName')},${subject.getAttributeValue('alternateName')}</param-value>
-    </init-param>
-    <init-param>
-      <param-name>sortAttribute0</param-name>
-      <param-value>displayExtension</param-value>
-    </init-param>
-    <init-param>
-      <param-name>searchAttribute0</param-name>
-      <param-value>searchAttribute0</param-value>
-    </init-param>
-    <!-- on a findPage() this is the most results returned --> 
-    <init-param>
-      <param-name>maxPageSize</param-name>
-      <param-value>100</param-value>
-    </init-param>
-    <internal-attribute>searchAttribute0</internal-attribute>
-  </source>
-  <!-- Group Subject Resolver -->
-
-  <!-- 
-    NOTE: It is recommended that you **not** change the default
-          values for this source adapter.
-  -->
-  <source adapterClass="edu.internet2.middleware.grouper.entity.EntitySourceAdapter">
-    <id>grouperEntities</id>
-    <name>Grouper: Entity Source Adapter</name>
-    <type>application</type>
-
-    <init-param>
-      <param-name>subjectVirtualAttribute_0_searchAttribute0</param-name>
-      <!-- TODO add attribute for subject identifier -->
-      <param-value>${subject.getAttributeValue('name')},${subject.getAttributeValue('displayName')},${subject.getAttributeValue('alternateName')}</param-value>
-    </init-param>
-    <init-param>
-      <param-name>sortAttribute0</param-name>
-      <param-value>name</param-value>
-    </init-param>
-    <init-param>
-      <param-name>searchAttribute0</param-name>
-      <param-value>searchAttribute0</param-value>
-    </init-param>
-    <internal-attribute>searchAttribute0</internal-attribute>
-  </source>
-  <!-- Entity Subject Resolver -->
-
- <source adapterClass="edu.internet2.middleware.grouper.subj.GrouperJdbcSourceAdapter">
-    <id>jdbc</id>
-    <name>Example JDBC Source Adapter</name>
-     <type>person</type>
-     
-     <!-- edu.internet2.middleware.subject.provider.C3p0JdbcConnectionProvider (default)
-          edu.internet2.middleware.subject.provider.DbcpJdbcConnectionProvider (legacy) 
-          edu.internet2.middleware.grouper.subj.GrouperJdbcConnectionProvider 
-            (same settings as grouper.hibernate.properties, the driver, url, pass, maxActive,
maxIdle, maxWait are forbidden -->
-     <init-param>
-       <param-name>jdbcConnectionProvider</param-name>
-       <param-value>edu.internet2.middleware.grouper.subj.GrouperJdbcConnectionProvider
</param-value>
-     </init-param>
-     
-     <!-- If using emails and need email addresses in sources, set which attribute has
the email address in this source -->
-     <init-param>
-       <param-name>emailAttributeName</param-name>
-       <param-value>email</param-value>
-     </init-param>
-     
-     <!-- if more than this many results are returned, then throw a too many subjects
exception -->
-     <init-param>
-       <param-name>maxResults</param-name>
-       <param-value>1000</param-value>
-     </init-param>
-
-    <!-- on a findPage() this is the most results returned --> 
-    <init-param>
-      <param-name>maxPageSize</param-name>
-      <param-value>100</param-value>
-    </init-param>
-
-     <!-- note: again, if you use GrouperJdbcConnectionProvider, then you should not fill
out maxActive, maxIdle,
-       maxWait, dbDriver, dbUrl, dbUser, dbPwd, since it will use the grouper.hibernate.properties
db settings -->
-
-     <!--   init-param>
-       <param-name>maxActive</param-name>
-       <param-value>16</param-value>
-     </init-param>
-     <init-param>
-       <param-name>maxIdle</param-name>
-       <param-value>16</param-value>
-     </init-param>
-     <init-param>
-       <param-name>maxWait</param-name>
-       <param-value>-1</param-value>
-     </init-param -->
-     
-     <!--      
-       e.g. mysql:           com.mysql.jdbc.Driver
-       e.g. p6spy (log sql): com.p6spy.engine.spy.P6SpyDriver
-         for p6spy, put the underlying driver in spy.properties
-       e.g. oracle:          oracle.jdbc.driver.OracleDriver
-       e.g. hsqldb:          org.hsqldb.jdbcDriver
-       e.g. postgres:        org.postgresql.Driver -->
-
-     <!-- init-param>
-       <param-name>dbDriver</param-name>
-       <param-value>org.hsqldb.jdbcDriver</param-value>
-     </init-param -->
-     
-     <!-- 
-       e.g. mysql:           jdbc:mysql://localhost:3306/grouper
-       e.g. p6spy (log sql): [use the URL that your DB requires]
-       e.g. oracle:          jdbc:oracle:thin:@server.school.edu:1521:sid
-       e.g. hsqldb (a):      jdbc:hsqldb:dist/run/grouper;create=true
-       e.g. hsqldb (b):      jdbc:hsqldb:hsql://localhost:9001
-       e.g. postgres:        jdbc:postgresql:grouper -->
-     
-     <!-- init-param>
-       <param-name>dbUrl</param-name>
-       <param-value>jdbc:hsqldb:C:/projects/GrouperI2MI_1-2/grouper/dist/run/grouper</param-value>
-     </init-param>
-     <init-param>
-       <param-name>dbUser</param-name>
-       <param-value>sa</param-value>
-     </init-param>
-     <init-param>
-       <param-name>dbPwd</param-name>
-       <param-value></param-value>
-     </init-param -->
-     
-      <init-param>
-       <param-name>SubjectID_AttributeType</param-name>
-       <param-value>id</param-value>
-     </init-param>
-     <init-param>
-       <param-name>Name_AttributeType</param-name>
-       <param-value>name</param-value>
-     </init-param>
-     <init-param>
-       <param-name>Description_AttributeType</param-name>
-       <param-value>description</param-value>
-     </init-param>
-     <init-param>
-       <param-name>subjectVirtualAttribute_0_searchAttribute0</param-name>
-       <param-value>${subject.name},${subjectUtils.defaultIfBlank(subject.getAttributeValue('LFNAME'),
"")},${subjectUtils.defaultIfBlank(subject.getAttributeValue('LOGINID'), "")},${subjectUtils.defaultIfBlank(subject.description,
"")},${subjectUtils.defaultIfBlank(subject.getAttributeValue('EMAIL'), "")}</param-value>
-     </init-param>
-     <init-param>
-       <param-name>sortAttribute0</param-name>
-       <param-value>LFNAME</param-value>
-     </init-param>
-     <init-param>
-       <param-name>sortAttribute1</param-name>
-       <param-value>LOGINID</param-value>
-     </init-param>
-     <init-param>
-       <param-name>searchAttribute0</param-name>
-       <param-value>searchAttribute0</param-value>
-     </init-param>
-     <internal-attribute>searchAttribute0</internal-attribute>
-     
-     <!-- if you are going to use the inclause attribute
-       on the search to make the queries batchable when searching
-       by id or identifier -->
-     <init-param>
-       <param-name>useInClauseForIdAndIdentifier</param-name>
-       <param-value>true</param-value>
-     </init-param>
-     
-     <!-- comma separate the identifiers for this row, this is for the findByIdentifiers
if using an in clause -->
-     <init-param>
-       <param-name>identifierAttributes</param-name>
-       <param-value>LOGINID</param-value>
-     </init-param>
-
-     <!-- subject identifier to store in grouper's member table -->
-     <init-param>
-       <param-name>subjectIdentifierAttribute0</param-name>
-       <param-value>LOGINID</param-value>
-     </init-param>
-
-     <search>
-         <searchType>searchSubject</searchType>
-         <param>
-             <param-name>sql</param-name>
-             <param-value>
-select
-   s.subjectid as id, s.name as name,
-   (select sa2.value from subjectattribute sa2 where name='name' and sa2.SUBJECTID = s.subjectid)
as lfname,
-   (select sa3.value from subjectattribute sa3 where name='loginid' and sa3.SUBJECTID = s.subjectid)
as loginid,
-   (select sa4.value from subjectattribute sa4 where name='description' and sa4.SUBJECTID
= s.subjectid) as description,
-   (select sa5.value from subjectattribute sa5 where name='email' and sa5.SUBJECTID = s.subjectid)
as email
-from
-   subject s
-where
-   {inclause}
-            </param-value>
-         </param>
-         <param>
-             <param-name>inclause</param-name>
-             <param-value>
-s.subjectid = ?
-            </param-value>
-         </param>
-     </search>
-     <search>
-         <searchType>searchSubjectByIdentifier</searchType>
-         <param>
-             <param-name>sql</param-name>
-             <param-value>
-select
-   s.subjectid as id, s.name as name,
-   (select sa2.value from subjectattribute sa2 where name='name' and sa2.SUBJECTID = s.subjectid)
as lfname,
-   (select sa3.value from subjectattribute sa3 where name='loginid' and sa3.SUBJECTID = s.subjectid)
as loginid,
-   (select sa4.value from subjectattribute sa4 where name='description' and sa4.SUBJECTID
= s.subjectid) as description,
-   (select sa5.value from subjectattribute sa5 where name='email' and sa5.SUBJECTID = s.subjectid)
as email
-from
-   subject s, subjectattribute a
-where
-   a.name='loginid' and s.subjectid = a.subjectid and {inclause}
-             </param-value>
-         </param>
-         <param>
-             <param-name>inclause</param-name>
-             <param-value>
-   a.value = ? 
-            </param-value>
-         </param>
-     </search>
-     <search>
-        <searchType>search</searchType>
-         <param>
-             <param-name>sql</param-name>
-             
-             <!--  for postgres, use this query since no concat() exists:
-             
-             select
-   subject.subjectid as id, subject.name as name,
-   lfnamet.lfname as lfname, loginidt.loginid as loginid,
-   desct.description as description, emailt.email as email
-from
-   subject
-   left join (select subjectid, value as lfname from subjectattribute
-     where name='name') lfnamet
-     on subject.subjectid=lfnamet.subjectid
-   left join (select subjectid, value as loginid from subjectattribute
-     where name='loginid') loginidt
-     on subject.subjectid=loginidt.subjectid
-   left join (select subjectid, value as description from subjectattribute
-      where name='description') desct
-     on subject.subjectid=desct.subjectid
-   left join (select subjectid, value as email from subjectattribute
-      where name='email') emailt
-     on subject.subjectid=emailt.subjectid
-where
-   (lower(name) like '%' || ? || '%')
-   or (lower(lfnamet.lfname) like '%' || ? || '%')
-   or (lower(loginidt.loginid) like '%' || ? || '%')
-   or (lower(desct.description) like '%' || ? || '%')
-   or (lower(emailt.email) like '%' || ? || '%')
-             
-for SQL-server:
-
-select
-   subject.subjectid as id, subject.name as name,
-   lfnamet.lfname as lfname, loginidt.loginid as loginid,
-   desct.description as description, emailt.email as email
-from
-   subject
-   left join (select subjectid, value as lfname from subjectattribute
-     where name='name') lfnamet
-     on subject.subjectid=lfnamet.subjectid
-   left join (select subjectid, value as loginid from subjectattribute
-     where name='loginid') loginidt
-     on subject.subjectid=loginidt.subjectid
-   left join (select subjectid, value as description from subjectattribute
-      where name='description') desct
-     on subject.subjectid=desct.subjectid
-   left join (select subjectid, value as email from subjectattribute
-      where name='email') emailt
-     on subject.subjectid=emailt.subjectid
-where
-   (lower(name) like '%' + ? + '%')
-   or (lower(lfnamet.lfname) like '%' + ? + '%')
-   or (lower(loginidt.loginid) like '%' + ? + '%')
-   or (lower(desct.description) like '%' + ? + '%')
-   or (lower(emailt.email) like '%' + ? + '%')
-
-              -->
-             
-             <param-value>
-select
-   s.subjectid as id, s.name as name,
-   (select sa2.value from subjectattribute sa2 where name='name' and sa2.SUBJECTID = s.subjectid)
as lfname,
-   (select sa3.value from subjectattribute sa3 where name='loginid' and sa3.SUBJECTID = s.subjectid)
as loginid,
-   (select sa4.value from subjectattribute sa4 where name='description' and sa4.SUBJECTID
= s.subjectid) as description,
-   (select sa5.value from subjectattribute sa5 where name='email' and sa5.SUBJECTID = s.subjectid)
as email
-from 
-   subject s
-where
-   s.subjectid in (
-      select subjectid from subject where lower(name) like concat('%',concat(?,'%')) union
-      select subjectid from subjectattribute where searchvalue like concat('%',concat(?,'%'))
-   )
-             </param-value>
-         </param>
-     </search>
-   </source>
-   
-   <!--  
-    <!- - This is an alternate jdbc source which allows for more complex searches, assumes

-      all data is in one table or view, and that all attributes are single valued.  There
are
-      not queries to configure in sources.xml - - >
-    <source adapterClass="edu.internet2.middleware.grouper.subj.GrouperJdbcSourceAdapter2">
-    <id>sourceId</id>
-    <name>Source name</name>
-     <type>person</type>
-     <init-param>
-       <param-name>jdbcConnectionProvider</param-name>
-       <param-value>edu.internet2.middleware.grouper.subj.GrouperJdbcConnectionProvider</param-value>
-     </init-param>
-
-     <init-param>
-       <param-name>maxResults</param-name>
-       <param-value>1000</param-value>
-     </init-param>
-
-      <init-param>
-       <param-name>dbTableOrView</param-name>
-       <param-value>person_source_v</param-value>
-     </init-param>
-      <init-param>
-       <param-name>subjectIdCol</param-name>
-       <param-value>some_id</param-value>
-     </init-param>
-     <init-param>
-       <param-name>nameCol</param-name>
-       <param-value>name</param-value>
-     </init-param>
-     <init-param>
-       <param-name>descriptionCol</param-name>
-       <param-value>description</param-value>
-     </init-param>
-     <init-param>
-       <!- - search col where general searches take place, lower case - - >
-       <param-name>lowerSearchCol</param-name>
-       <param-value>description_lower</param-value>
-     </init-param>
-     <init-param>
-       <!- - optional col if you want the search results sorted in the API (note, UI might
override) - - >
-       <param-name>defaultSortCol</param-name>
-       <param-value>description</param-value>
-     </init-param>
-     <init-param>
-       <!- - col which identifies the row, perhaps not subjectId, add multiple by incrementing
the 0 index - - >
-       <param-name>subjectIdentifierCol0</param-name>
-       <param-value>pennname</param-value>
-     </init-param>
-     <init-param>
-       <!- - col which identifies the row, perhaps not subjectId, add multiple by incrementing
the 0 index - - >
-       <param-name>subjectIdentifierCol1</param-name>
-       <param-value>penn_id</param-value>
-     </init-param>
-     <!- - now you can count up from 0 to N of attributes for various cols.  
-          The name is how to reference in subject.getAttribute() - - >
-     <init-param>
-       <param-name>subjectAttributeCol0</param-name>
-       <param-value>pennname</param-value>
-     </init-param>
-     <init-param>
-       <param-name>subjectAttributeName0</param-name>
-       <param-value>PENNNAME</param-value>
-     </init-param>
-     <init-param>
-       <param-name>subjectAttributeCol1</param-name>
-       <param-value>description_lower</param-value>
-     </init-param>
-     <init-param>
-       <param-name>subjectAttributeName1</param-name>
-       <param-value>searchAttribute0</param-value>
-     </init-param>
-     <init-param>
-       <param-name>sortAttribute0</param-name>
-       <param-value>description</param-value>
-     </init-param>
-     <init-param>
-       <param-name>searchAttribute0</param-name>
-       <param-value>searchAttribute0</param-value>
-     </init-param>
-     <internal-attribute>searchAttribute0</internal-attribute>
-     <!- - ##########################  STATUS SECTION for searches to filter out inactives
and allow
-                                                     the user to filter by status with e.g.
status=all
-                                                     this is optional, and advanced - ->

-     <!- - column or attribute which represents the status - - >
-     <!- -
-     <init-param>
-       <param-name>statusDatastoreFieldName</param-name>
-       <param-value>status</param-value>
-     </init-param> - - >
-     <!- - search string from user which represents the status.  e.g. status=active -
- >
-     <!- -
-     <init-param>
-       <param-name>statusLabel</param-name>
-       <param-value>status</param-value>
-     </init-param> - - >
-     <!- - available statuses from screen (if not specified, any will be allowed). comma
separated list.
-          Note, this is optional and you probably dont want to configure it, it is mostly
necessary
-          when you have multiple sources with statuses...  if someone types an invalid status
-          and you have this configured, it will not filter by it - - >
-     <!- - 
-     <init-param>
-       <param-name>statusesFromUser<param-name>
-       <param-value>Active, Inactive, Pending, All</param-value>
-     </init-param> - - >
-     <!- - all label from the user - - >
-     <!- -
-     <init-param>
-       <param-name>statusAllFromUser</param-name>
-       <param-value>All</param-value>
-     </init-param> - - >
-     <!- - if no status is specified, this will be used (e.g. for active only).  Note,
the value should be of the
-          form the user would type in - - >
-     <!- - 
-     <init-param>
-       <param-name>statusSearchDefault</param-name>
-       <param-value>status=active</param-value>
-     </init-param> - - >
-     <!- - translate between screen values of status, and the data store value.  Increment
the 0 to 1, 2, etc for more translations.
-          so the user could enter: status=active, and that could translate to status_col=A.
 The 'user' is what the user types in,
-          the 'datastore' is what is in the datastore.  The user part is not case-sensitive.
 Note, this could be a many to one - - >
-     <!- -
-     <init-param>
-       <param-name>statusTranslateUser0</param-name>
-       <param-value>active</param-value>
-     </init-param>
-     <init-param>
-       <param-name>statusTranslateDatastore0</param-name>
-       <param-value>A</param-value>
-     </init-param> - - >
-     <!- - ########################## END STATUS SECTION - - > 
-   </source>
-   -->
-   
-   <!--
-  <source adapterClass="edu.internet2.middleware.grouper.subj.GrouperJndiSourceAdapter">
-    <id>example</id>
-    <name>Example Edu</name>
-    <type>person</type>
-    <init-param>
-      <param-name>INITIAL_CONTEXT_FACTORY</param-name>
-      <param-value>com.sun.jndi.ldap.LdapCtxFactory</param-value>
-    </init-param>
-    <init-param>
-      <param-name>PROVIDER_URL</param-name>
-      <param-value>ldap://localhost:389</param-value>
-    </init-param>
-    <init-param>
-      <param-name>SECURITY_AUTHENTICATION</param-name>
-      <param-value>simple</param-value>
-    </init-param>
-    <init-param>
-      <param-name>SECURITY_PRINCIPAL</param-name>
-      <param-value>cn=Manager,dc=example,dc=edu</param-value>
-    </init-param>
-    <init-param>
-      <param-name>SECURITY_CREDENTIALS</param-name>
-      <param-value>secret</param-value>
-    </init-param>
-     <init-param>
-      <param-name>SubjectID_AttributeType</param-name>
-      <param-value>exampleEduRegID</param-value>
-    </init-param>
-     <init-param>
-      <param-name>SubjectID_formatToLowerCase</param-name>
-      <param-value>false</param-value>
-    </init-param>
-    <init-param>
-      <param-name>Name_AttributeType</param-name>
-      <param-value>cn</param-value>
-    </init-param>
-    <init-param>
-      <param-name>Description_AttributeType</param-name>
-      <param-value>description</param-value>
-    </init-param>
-
-    <init-param>
-      <param-name>VTLDAP_VALIDATOR</param-name>
-      <param-value>ConnectLdapValidator|CompareLdapValidator</param-value>
-    </init-param>
-    <init-param>
-      <param-name>VTLDAP_VALIDATOR_COMPARE_DN</param-name>
-      <param-value>ou=People,dc=vt,dc=edu</param-value>
-    </init-param>
-    <init-param>
-      <param-name>VTLDAP_VALIDATOR_COMPARE_SEARCH_FILTER_STRING</param-name>
-      <param-value>ou=People</param-value>
-    </init-param>
-    
-    /// Scope Values can be: OBJECT_SCOPE, ONELEVEL_SCOPE, SUBTREE_SCOPE 
-    /// For filter use 
-    
-    <search>
-        <searchType>searchSubject</searchType>
-        <param>
-            <param-name>filter</param-name>
-            <param-value>
-                (&amp; (exampleEduRegId=%TERM%) (objectclass=exampleEduPerson))
-            </param-value>
-        </param>
-        <param>
-            <param-name>scope</param-name>
-            <param-value>
-                SUBTREE_SCOPE            
-            </param-value>
-        </param>
-        <param>
-            <param-name>base</param-name>
-            <param-value>
-                ou=people,dc=example,dc=edu
-            </param-value>
-        </param>
-         
-    </search>
-    <search>
-        <searchType>searchSubjectByIdentifier</searchType>
-        <param>
-            <param-name>filter</param-name>
-            <param-value>
-                (&amp; (uid=%TERM%) (objectclass=exampleEduPerson))
-            </param-value>
-        </param>
-        <param>
-            <param-name>scope</param-name>
-            <param-value>
-                SUBTREE_SCOPE            
-            </param-value>
-        </param>
-        <param>
-            <param-name>base</param-name>
-            <param-value>
-                ou=people,dc=example,dc=edu
-            </param-value>
-        </param>
-    </search>
-    
-    <search>
-       <searchType>search</searchType>
-         <param>
-            <param-name>filter</param-name>
-            <param-value>
-                (&amp; (|(|(uid=%TERM%)(cn=*%TERM%*))(exampleEduRegId=%TERM%))(objectclass=exampleEduPerson))
-            </param-value>
-        </param>
-        <param>
-            <param-name>scope</param-name>
-            <param-value>
-                SUBTREE_SCOPE            
-            </param-value>
-        </param>
-         <param>
-            <param-name>base</param-name>
-            <param-value>
-                ou=people,dc=example,dc=edu
-            </param-value>
-        </param>
-    </search>
-    <init-param>
-      <param-name>subjectVirtualAttribute_0_searchAttribute0</param-name>
-      <param-value>${subjectUtils.defaultIfBlank(subject.getAttributeValueOrCommaSeparated('uid'),
"")},${subjectUtils.defaultIfBlank(subject.getAttributeValueOrCommaSeparated('cn'), "")},${subjectUtils.defaultIfBlank(subject.getAttributeValueOrCommaSeparated('exampleEduRegId'),
"")}</param-value>
-    </init-param>
-    <init-param>
-      <param-name>sortAttribute0</param-name>
-      <param-value>cn</param-value>
-    </init-param>
-    <init-param>
-      <param-name>searchAttribute0</param-name>
-      <param-value>searchAttribute0</param-value>
-    </init-param>
-
-     <!- - ##########################  STATUS SECTION for searches to filter out inactives
and allow
-                                                     the user to filter by status with e.g.
status=all
-                                                     this is optional, and advanced - ->

-     <!- - column or attribute which represents the status - - >
-     <!- -
-     <init-param>
-       <param-name>statusDatastoreFieldName</param-name>
-       <param-value>status</param-value>
-     </init-param> - - >
-     <!- - search string from user which represents the status.  e.g. status=active -
- >
-     <!- -
-     <init-param>
-       <param-name>statusLabel</param-name>
-       <param-value>status</param-value>
-     </init-param> - - >
-     <!- - available statuses from screen (if not specified, any will be allowed). comma
separated list.
-          Note, this is optional and you probably dont want to configure it, it is mostly
necessary
-          when you have multiple sources with statuses...  if someone types an invalid status
-          and you have this configured, it will not filter by it - - >
-     <!- - 
-     <init-param>
-       <param-name>statusesFromUser<param-name>
-       <param-value>Active, Inactive, Pending, All</param-value>
-     </init-param> - - >
-     <!- - all label from the user - - >
-     <!- -
-     <init-param>
-       <param-name>statusAllFromUser</param-name>
-       <param-value>All</param-value>
-     </init-param> - - >
-     <!- - if no status is specified, this will be used (e.g. for active only).  Note,
the value should be of the
-          form the user would type in - - >
-     <!- - 
-     <init-param>
-       <param-name>statusSearchDefault</param-name>
-       <param-value>status=active</param-value>
-     </init-param> - - >
-     <!- - translate between screen values of status, and the data store value.  Increment
the 0 to 1, 2, etc for more translations.
-          so the user could enter: status=active, and that could translate to status_col=A.
 The 'user' is what the user types in,
-          the 'datastore' is what is in the datastore.  The user part is not case-sensitive.
 Note, this could be a many to one - - >
-     <!- -
-     <init-param>
-       <param-name>statusTranslateUser0</param-name>
-       <param-value>active</param-value>
-     </init-param>
-     <init-param>
-       <param-name>statusTranslateDatastore0</param-name>
-       <param-value>A</param-value>
-     </init-param> - - >
-     <!- - ########################## END STATUS SECTION - - > 
-
-
-    <internal-attribute>searchAttribute0</internal-attribute>
-
-    ///Attributes you would like to display when doing a search 
-    <attribute>cn</attribute>
-    <attribute>sn</attribute>
-    <attribute>uid</attribute>
-    <attribute>department</attribute>
-    <attribute>exampleEduRegId</attribute>
-
-    <!- - subject identifier to store in grouper's member table - - >
-    <init-param>
-      <param-name>subjectIdentifierAttribute0</param-name>
-      <param-value>uid</param-value>
-    </init-param>
-   
-  </source>
--->
-
-	<source adapterClass="edu.internet2.middleware.grouper.subj.GrouperJdbcSourceAdapter2">
-        <id>AIRAVATA_SUBJECT_SOURCE</id>
-        <name>AIRAVATA_SUBJECT_SOURCE</name>
-         <type>person</type> 
-         <init-param>
-           <param-name>jdbcConnectionProvider</param-name>
-           <param-value>edu.internet2.middleware.subject.provider.C3p0JdbcConnectionProvider</param-value>
-         </init-param>
-         
-         <init-param>
-            <param-name>dbDriver</param-name>
-            <param-value>com.mysql.jdbc.Driver</param-value>
-         </init-param>
-         
-         <init-param>
-            <param-name>dbUrl</param-name>
-            <param-value>jdbc:mysql://gw62.iu.xsede.org:3306/dev_expcatalog_gw56</param-value>
-        </init-param>
-        
-        <init-param>
-            <param-name>dbUser</param-name>
-            <param-value></param-value>
-        </init-param>
-        
-        <init-param>
-            <param-name>dbPwd</param-name>
-            <param-value></param-value>
-        </init-param>
-    
-         <init-param>
-           <param-name>maxResults</param-name>
-           <param-value>1000</param-value>
-         </init-param>
-    
-          <init-param>
-           <param-name>dbTableOrView</param-name>
-           <param-value>USERS</param-value>
-         </init-param>
-         
-          <init-param>
-           <param-name>subjectIdCol</param-name>
-           <param-value>AIRAVATA_INTERNAL_USER_ID</param-value>
-         </init-param>
-         <init-param>
-           <param-name>nameCol</param-name>
-           <param-value>AIRAVATA_INTERNAL_USER_ID</param-value>
-         </init-param>
-         <init-param>
-           <param-name>descriptionCol</param-name>
-           <param-value>AIRAVATA_INTERNAL_USER_ID</param-value>
-         </init-param>
-         
-         <init-param>
-           <param-name>lowerSearchCol</param-name>
-           <param-value>AIRAVATA_INTERNAL_USER_ID</param-value>
-         </init-param>
-         
-         <init-param>
-           <param-name>defaultSortCol</param-name>
-           <param-value>AIRAVATA_INTERNAL_USER_ID</param-value>
-         </init-param>
-        
-		<!--  <init-param>
-           <param-name>subjectIdentifierCol0</param-name>
-           <param-value>subject_identifier</param-value>
-         </init-param> -->
-        
-         <!-- <init-param>
-           <param-name>subjectAttributeCol0</param-name>
-           <param-value>description</param-value>
-         </init-param>
-         <init-param>
-           <param-name>subjectAttributeName0</param-name>
-           <param-value>description</param-value>
-         </init-param> -->
-        
-         <init-param>
-           <param-name>sortAttribute0</param-name>
-           <param-value>AIRAVATA_INTERNAL_USER_ID</param-value>
-         </init-param>
-          <init-param>
-           <param-name>searchAttribute0</param-name>
-           <param-value>AIRAVATA_INTERNAL_USER_ID</param-value>
-         </init-param>
-         <!-- <internal-attribute>searchAttribute0</internal-attribute>
-->
-         
-         <!-- <init-param>
-           <param-name>statusDatastoreFieldName</param-name>
-           <param-value>status</param-value>
-         </init-param>
-         
-         <init-param>
-           <param-name>statusLabel</param-name>
-           <param-value>status</param-value>
-         </init-param> -->
-        
-         
-         <!-- <init-param>
-           <param-name>statusesFromUser</param-name>
-           <param-value>Active, Inactive, Pending, All</param-value>
-         </init-param>
-         
-         <init-param>
-           <param-name>statusAllFromUser</param-name>
-           <param-value>All</param-value>
-         </init-param>
-         
-         <init-param>
-           <param-name>statusSearchDefault</param-name>
-           <param-value>status=active</param-value>
-         </init-param>
-         
-         <init-param>
-           <param-name>statusTranslateUser0</param-name>
-           <param-value>active</param-value>
-         </init-param>
-         <init-param>
-           <param-name>statusTranslateDatastore0</param-name>
-           <param-value>A</param-value>
-         </init-param> -->
-       </source> 
-
-</sources>
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