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From Louis Smith <>
Subject Re: I need a help to ldap and archiva
Date Tue, 26 Jul 2011 17:29:36 GMT
It is easy, but detailed.... it does work, I have it in several
installations of my own and in client sites for heavy production usage.

In the file, you must specify the redback.default.admin
- it MUST be an EXISTING account in the LDAP.

It must be found at the config.base

All fields MUST be mapped to the correct LDAP entries.

The and the application.xml have to match perfectly in
the definitions...

This is the file from my notebook:


# BinaryStar LDAP  (my dual core notebook)

ldap.config.base.dn=ou=External Users,ou=users,dc=locahost,dc=com

and this is from the application.xml:




Triple-check everything.

And the final hint:  Verify that you can connect to the LDAP anonymously,
and that you can search for and find the defined admin userid by DN

On Tue, Jul 26, 2011 at 1:06 PM, Pedro M. Leite " <>wrote:

> Hello, I need a help from you.
> I'm trying to configure to authenticate to an Archiva ldap I have. Ja
> followed several posts.
> However various posts led me to a problem.
> When I set up and / or the application.xml and restart
> the
> server, it goes without error and put me a screen to create the admin.
> So far so good, the problem that this creation screen has no time for
> typing,
> so I can not fill in the fields.
> With this he gave me the information below:
> Create Admin User
> Username: admin
> Full Name is required.
> Full Name:
> Email Address is required.
> Email Address:
> Help me please.
> --
> Pedro Macedo Leite "

Dr. Louis Smith, ThD
Chief Technology Officer, Kyra InfoTech
Colonel, Commemorative Air Force

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