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From Paul Davis <pauleda...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: security.properties ignored?
Date Thu, 30 Apr 2009 16:33:37 GMT
Turns out in my absurd quest to make it work I had an extra
securities.properties file

doh!

On Wed, Apr 29, 2009 at 5:31 PM, Brett Porter <brett@apache.org> wrote:

> Where did you store the file? Unless you configured LDAP elsewhere, the
> file must be read if LDAP is being used.
>
>
> On 30/04/2009, at 2:44 AM, Paul Davis wrote:
>
>  In my security.properties file I have:
>> =================================================
>> user.manager.impl=ldap
>> ldap.bind.authenticator.enabled=true
>> redback.default.admin=davisp
>> redback.default.guest=davisp
>> security.policy.password.expiration.enabled=false
>>
>> ldap.config.hostname=ldap-corp.myco.com
>> ldap.config.port=389
>> ldap.config.base.dn=ou=People,ou=Corporate,dc=myco,dc=com
>> ldap.config.context.factory=com.sun.jndi.ldap.LdapCtxFactory
>> ldap.config.bind.dn=
>> ldap.config.password=
>> ldap.config.authentication.method=
>> =================================================
>>
>> But, when I access the app I see it searching for user 'admin' in ldap
>> instead of davisp.
>>
>> Ideally, I'd like the admin and guest users to be handled locally and not
>> by
>> ldap.
>> However, trying to map the admin user to myself doesn't seem to work.
>>
>> am I missing something?
>>
>
>

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