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From smckin...@apache.org
Subject directory-fortress-core git commit: cleanup build.props
Date Thu, 13 Nov 2014 03:00:24 GMT
Repository: directory-fortress-core
Updated Branches:
  refs/heads/master 1cd2af714 -> fe8c9688b


cleanup build.props


Project: http://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf/directory-fortress-core/repo
Commit: http://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf/directory-fortress-core/commit/fe8c9688
Tree: http://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf/directory-fortress-core/tree/fe8c9688
Diff: http://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf/directory-fortress-core/diff/fe8c9688

Branch: refs/heads/master
Commit: fe8c9688b364d607473197a27d8c8dec1da435d8
Parents: 1cd2af7
Author: Shawn McKinney <smckinney@apache.org>
Authored: Wed Nov 12 21:00:09 2014 -0600
Committer: Shawn McKinney <smckinney@apache.org>
Committed: Wed Nov 12 21:00:09 2014 -0600

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 build.properties | 214 ++------------------------------------------------
 1 file changed, 8 insertions(+), 206 deletions(-)
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http://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf/directory-fortress-core/blob/fe8c9688/build.properties
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diff --git a/build.properties b/build.properties
index 7fe5dc6..fcc54d8 100644
--- a/build.properties
+++ b/build.properties
@@ -39,7 +39,7 @@ version=1.0-RC39
 
 # Set sudo.pw is used by 'init-slapd', 'start-slapd' and 'stop-slapd' tagets on Linux machine
when sudo access required, otherwise leave this value blank
 # The sudo.pw variable must be uncommented and left empty iff installing Symas-OpenLDAP package
onto Redhat Linux platform:
-sudo.pw=
+#sudo.pw=
 
 ########################################################################
 # 2. BEGIN HTTP CLIENT CONFIGURATION SECTION (Ignore if using LDAPv3):
@@ -64,15 +64,15 @@ http.protocol=http
 
 # This param tells fortress what type of ldap server in use:
 #ldap.server.type=openldap
-#ldap.server.type=apacheds
+ldap.server.type=apacheds
 # This is the default:
 ldap.client.type=apache
 
 # These parameters point fortress to LDAP host:
 ldap.host=localhost
-ldap.port=389
-ldap.uris=ldap://${ldap.host}:${ldap.port}
+ldap.port=10389
 
+#ldap.uris=ldap://${ldap.host}:${ldap.port}
 # These are needed for client SSL connections with LDAP Server:
 #ldap.uris=ldap://${ldap.host}:389 ldaps://${ldap.host}:${ldap.port}
 #enable.ldap.ssl=true
@@ -89,11 +89,8 @@ ldap.uris=ldap://${ldap.host}:${ldap.port}
 #tls.key.file=server-key.pem
 
 # These are used to construct suffix for DIT, i.e. dc=example,dc=com.
-suffix.name=apache
-suffix.dc=org
-
-#suffix.name=example
-#suffix.dc=com
+suffix.name=example
+suffix.dc=com
 #suffix.name=coe
 #suffix.dc=hawaii
 #suffix.dc2=edu
@@ -115,8 +112,8 @@ audits.dn=cn=log
 groups.dn=ou=Groups,${suffix}
 
 # These are the connection parameters used for LDAP service account:
-root.dn=cn=Manager,${suffix}
-#root.dn=uid=admin,ou=system
+#root.dn=cn=Manager,${suffix}
+root.dn=uid=admin,ou=system
 # Used to load OpenLDAP admin root password in slapd.conf and was encrypted using 'slappasswd'
command:
 root.pw={SSHA}pSOV2TpCxj2NMACijkcMko4fGrFopctU
 # This OpenLDAP admin root pass is bound for fortress.properties used by 'admin' pooled connections:
@@ -130,201 +127,6 @@ admin.max.conn=10
 user.min.conn=1
 user.max.conn=10
 
-####################################################################################
-# 4. BEGIN OPENLDAP SERVER CONFIGURATION SECTION: (Ignore if using HTTP or ApacheDS):
-####################################################################################
-
-#These are passwords used for LDAP audit log service accounts:
-# Audit Pool:
-log.admin.user=cn=Manager,${log.suffix}
-# This OpenLDAP slapd logger password is bound for slapd.conf and was encrypted using 'slappasswd'
command:
-log.root.pw={SSHA}pSOV2TpCxj2NMACijkcMko4fGrFopctU
-# This password is bound for slapd.conf file for slapd access log service account:
-log.admin.pw=secret
-
-# This speicifes the number of audit logging LDAP connections (used for audit logging operations
only) to maintain in the pool:
-# Audit Pool:
-min.log.conn=1
-max.log.conn=3
-
-# More Audit Config:
-log.suffix=cn=log
-log.ops=logops bind writes compare
-#log.ops=###AuditDisabled
-
-# OpenLDAP MDB Backend config is default setting for Fortress::
-db.type=mdb
-dflt.rdrs=maxreaders 64
-dflt.size=maxsize 1000000000
-log.rdrs=maxreaders 64
-log.size=maxsize 1000000000
-dflt.bdb.cache.size=
-dflt.bdb.cache.idle.size=
-log.bdb.cache.size=
-
-#base.load.script=FortressDemoUsers.xml
-
-# These next params used by 'init-slapd' target to install OpenLDAP to target machine.  Do
not change any params below this line unless you know what you are doing:
-
-## If using Symas OpenLDAP on NIX, uncomment this section:
-db.root=/var/openldap
-openldap.root=/opt/symas
-slapd.dir=${openldap.root}/etc/openldap
-# to start debug mode:
-#slapd.start=${openldap.root}/lib/slapd -h ldap://${ldap.host}:${ldap.port} -f ${openldap.root}/etc/openldap/slapd.conf
-F ${openldap.root}/etc/openldap -d -1
-pid.dir=/var/openldap
-
-db.dir=${db.root}/dflt
-db.hist.dir=${db.root}/hist
-db.bak.dir=${db.root}/backup/dflt
-db.bak.hist.dir=${db.root}/backup/hist
-
-# unless you know what you're doing, take the default:
-log.dbnosynch=dbnosync
-#log.dbnosynch=
-dflt.dbnosynch=dbnosync
-#dflt.dbnosynch=
-log.checkpoint=checkpoint   64 5
-dflt.checkpoint=checkpoint	64 5
-
-## If using Debian/Ubuntu OpenLDAP, uncomment this section:
-#unless you know what you're doing, take the default:
-#db.dir=/var/lib/ldap
-#db.hist.dir=${db.dir}/hist
-#db.bak.dir=/var/lib/ldap-backup/db
-#db.bak.hist.dir=/var/lib/ldap-backup/hist
-#slapd.dir=/etc/ldap
-#pid.dir=/var/run/slapd
-#slapd.module.dir=/usr/lib/ldap
-#slapd.start=slapd -h ldap://${ldap.host}:${ldap.port} -f /etc/ldap/slapd.conf
-
-
-###########################################################################################
-# 5. BEGIN SYMAS-OPENLDAP INSTALL CONFIGURATION SECTION (Ignore if using ApacheDS or HTTP):
-###########################################################################################
-
-slapd.start=${openldap.root}/etc/solserver start
-
-## If using Symas OpenLDAP, uncomment single option from #1 - 8 below:
-# Each of the options are used for a particular Symas-OpenLDAP platform.
-
-# Option 1 - Debian i386 Silver:
-#platform=Debian-Silver-i386
-#slapd.install=dpkg -i symas-openldap-silver.32_2.4.39-1_i386.deb
-#slapd.uninstall=dpkg -r symas-openldap-silver
-#install.image.dir=/home/smckinn/archives/debian32
-#slapd.module.dir=${openldap.root}/lib/openldap
-#slapd.start=${openldap.root}/lib/slapd -h ldap://${ldap.host}:${ldap.port} -f ${openldap.root}/etc/openldap/slapd.conf
-F ${openldap.root}/etc/openldap
-
-# Option 2 - Debian 64-bit Silver:
-platform=Debian-Silver-x86-64
-#slapd.install=dpkg -i symas-openldap-silver.64_2.4.39-1_amd64.deb
-#slapd.uninstall=dpkg -r symas-openldap-silver
-install.image.dir=/home/smckinn/archives/debian64
-slapd.module.dir=${openldap.root}/lib64/openldap
-#slapd.start=${openldap.root}/lib64/slapd -h ldap://${ldap.host}:${ldap.port} -f ${openldap.root}/etc/openldap/slapd.conf
-F ${openldap.root}/etc/openldap
-
-# Option 3 - Debian i386 Gold:
-#platform=Debian-Gold-i386
-#slapd.install=dpkg -i symas-openldap-gold.32_2.4.29-1_i386.deb
-#slapd.uninstall=dpkg -r symas-openldap-gold.32
-
-# Option 4 - Redhat i386 Silver:
-#platform=Redhat-Silver-i386
-#slapd.install=rpm -Uvv symas-openldap-silver.i386-2.4.39-1.rpm
-#slapd.uninstall=rpm -e symas-openldap-silver
-#install.image.dir=/home/smckinn/archives/redhat32
-#slapd.module.dir=${openldap.root}/lib/openldap
-#slapd.start=${openldap.root}/lib/slapd -h ldap://${ldap.host}:${ldap.port} -f ${openldap.root}/etc/openldap/slapd.conf
-F ${openldap.root}/etc/openldap
-
-# Option 5 - Redhat i386 Gold:
-#platform=Redhat-Gold-i386
-#slapd.install=rpm -Uvv symas-openldap-gold.i386-2.4.28-1.rpm
-#slapd.uninstall=rpm -e symas-openldap-gold
-
-# Option 6 - Redhat 64-bit Silver:
-#platform=Redhat-Silver-x86-64
-#slapd.install=rpm -Uvv symas-openldap-silver.x86_64-2.4.39-1.rpm
-#slapd.uninstall=rpm -e symas-openldap-silver
-#install.image.dir=/home/smckinn/archives/redhat64
-#slapd.module.dir=${openldap.root}/lib64/openldap
-#slapd.start=${openldap.root}/lib64/slapd -h ldap://${ldap.host}:${ldap.port} -f ${openldap.root}/etc/openldap/slapd.conf
-F ${openldap.root}/etc/openldap
-
-# Option 7 - Windows 32-bit Silver:
-#platform=Windows-Silver-i686
-#slapd.exe.drive=C
-#slapd.exe.dir=OpenLDAP
-#fortress.home.drive=C
-#windows=true
-#install.image.dir=/home/smckinn/archives/win32
-#install.image.loc=symas-openldap
-#install.image.exe=symas-openldap-silver-win.NT_i686-2.4.38.20131212
-#uninstall.image.exe=uninstall-symas-openldap-silver-win
-#pid.dir=.
-#slapd.exe.location=${slapd.exe.drive}:\\${slapd.exe.dir}
-#slapd.exe.location2=${slapd.exe.drive}:/${slapd.exe.dir}
-#db.root=${slapd.exe.location2}/db
-#slapd.dir=${slapd.exe.location2}/etc/openldap
-#slapd.module.dir=${slapd.exe.location2}/openldap
-#dflt.size=maxsize 100000000
-#log.size=maxsize 100000000
-
-# Option 8 - Windows 32-bit Gold
-#platform=Windows-Gold-i686
-#windows=true
-#slapd.exe.dir=/JavaTools/symas-openldap-gold-win
-#db.dir=/JavaTools/symas-openldap-gold-win/ldap
-#db.hist.dir=${db.dir}/hist
-#db.bak.dir=/JavaTools/symas-openldap-gold-win/ldap-backup/db
-#db.bak.hist.dir=/JavaTools/symas-openldap-gold-win/ldap-backup/hist
-#slapd.dir=/JavaTools/symas-openldap-gold-win/etc/ldap
-#pid.dir=.
-#slapd.module.dir=/JavaTools/symas-openldap-gold-win/openldap
-#slapd.start=slapd.exe -f \JavaTools\symas-openldap-gold-win\etc\openldap\slapd.conf
-
-## If Fortress Builder used to install OpenLDAP, uncomment and set value to point for Fortress
Builder home folder:
-#builder.home=/home/smckinn/tmp/fortress/8/fortressBuilder-Debian-Silver-i386-1.0.0-rc6
-
-########################################################################################
-# 6. BEGIN BUILDER INSTALL CONFIGURATION SECTION (Do not modify):
-########################################################################################
-
-# Only needed for EnMasse &/or Commander setup:
-M2_HOME=./apache-maven
-#M2_HOME=/usr/share/maven2
-tomcat-realm.conf=<Realm className="org.openldap.sentry.tomcat.Tc7AccessMgrProxy" debug="0"
resourceName="UserDatabase" containerType="Tomcat7" realmClasspath="${user.dir}${file.separator}conf${path.separator}${user.dir}${file.separator}dist${file.separator}fortressSentry-${version}.jar"/>
-tomcat-ssl.conf=<Connector port="8443" maxThreads="200" scheme="https" secure="true" SSLEnabled="true"
keystoreFile="${key.store}" keystorePass="${key.store.password}" clientAuth="false" sslProtocol="TLS"/>
-tomcat.dir=../apache-tomcat
-
-#These props are for 'Builder' target and have been moved here: "${user.home}/build.properties"
-openldap.install.artifact.dir=${basedir}
-#openldap.install.artifact.dir=${basedir}/symas-openldap
-#tomcat.image.dir=/home/smckinn/archives/tomcat/apache-tomcat-7.0.27
-#maven.image.dir=/home/smckinn/archives/java/apache-maven-3.0.4
-
-########################################################################
-# 7. BEGIN MULTITNENACY TESTING SECTION (Set tenant=HOME if not multitenant):
-########################################################################
-# The tenant property is used by Ant targets 'admin', 'cli', 'console', 'test-full', and
'test-samples':
-tenant=HOME
-#tenant=Client123
-#tenant=Client456
-#tenant=Client789
-
-########################################################################
-# 8. RBAC ACCELERATOR OVERLAY PROPS
-########################################################################
-#rbac.accelerator=true
-rbac.module=moduleload  rbac.la
-dds.module=moduleload  dds.la
-monitor.module=moduleload  back_monitor.la
-rbac.dn=dc=rbac
-sessions.dn=cn=rbac
-audit.dn=cn=audit
-db.sess.dir=${db.root}/rbacsess
-db.audit.dir=${db.root}/rbacaudit
-db.rbac.dir=${db.root}/rbacoverlay
-db.bak.audit.dir=${db.root}/backup/rbacaudit
 
 ########################################################################
 # 9. GROUP OBJECT CLASS DEFINITIONS


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