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From Emmanuel Lécharny <>
Subject Re: [Studio] OpenLDAP plugin status
Date Mon, 04 May 2015 22:20:23 GMT
Le 04/05/15 19:39, Stefan Seelmann a écrit :
> On 05/04/2015 11:14 AM, Emmanuel Lécharny wrote:
>> Hi guys,
>> I have made some substencial changes in the OpenLDAP config plugins
>> those 3 last weeks. Here is the current status for this plugin :
>> - I have added an overiew pages which exposes only the very basic
>> informations of a OpenLDAP server : databases, loaded overlays, logLevel
>> and a few other infos
>> - I have added a widget for the LogLevel configuration, which is much
>> better that what we add before
>> - I also have added many fields configuration in the Options page
>> There is a lot that has to be done before this plugin can be considered
>> as production ready :
>> - First of all, the configuration 'save' does not currently work.
>> Probably just a bump on the road, I have to check that. Enough said that
>> it was woking 2 weeks ago, so one of my changes have broke it.
>> - I want to split the databases and options page in parts, with new pages :
>>   o a Config page which will contain all the specific config Database
>> parameters
>>   o a FrontEnd pagewhich will contain all the specific Frontend Database
>> parameters
>> - I also want to split the options page in many pages or sections (not
>> yet decided what's the best solution), with those sections :
>>   o Security
>>   o Tuning
>>   o Schema
>>   o PasswordPolicy
>> It's mainly about re-shuffling what we currently have in a more
>> user-friendly way.
>> - Move the literal Strings to the files
>> - There are many configuraiton parameters that are not yet handled (just
>> because they weren't existing when the first version of the editor has
>> been designed)
>> - The help is not existing atm. It has to be added.
>> We won't support slapd.conf file in this version. Also the OpenLDAP
>> version that will be supported has to be recent (ie, 2.4.31 or newer).
>> ALl in all, that means we will support every OpenLDAP version that has
>> been released in teh past 4 years.
>> I will create JIRAs for the missing parts or each part I want to work on
>> expect a load of JIRAs to be created ;-)
>> All in all, I expect to have a very first version running quite soon,
>> and probably something that could be tested as soon as the 'save' action
>> will be fixed.
>> That's it for the status, expect lots of change sin the comming days and
>> weeks !
>> Thanks !
> Thanks Emmanuel for the update.
> Next week I'd like to start to test the release process for Studio.
> Should we then include the OpenLDAP config plugin at all for the first
> release? And same question for the Template/Combinded entry editor
> plugins? I'd suggest to exclude them for the first release.


The idea is first to be able to produce a release, and installers,
document the process, then we can think about adding the new OpenLDAP

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