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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 37449] - Two UserDatabaseRealm break manager user
Date Sat, 12 Nov 2005 12:53:57 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From mezger@gmx.de  2005-11-12 13:53 -------
me too! I created two <Resource> entries for UserDatabases (UD1 and UD2) in
<GlobalNamingResources>, and two <Realm> entries directly under <Engine>
for the
UserDatabases. Within two different hosts, I have a manager.xml in each host
with a <ResourceLink> to one of the realms (manager1 has resourcelink to UD1,
manager2 links to UD2). 
But in the manager-app of the second host (manager2), you can spuriously logon
with the user from the first UserDatabase UD1, but the users from the second
UserDatabase UD2 are ignored. 
When I move the <Realm> entry from the <Engine> directly to the <Context>
element of the second manager app, then everything works as expected. Seems like
the handling of multiple <Realm> elements within one element is broken.

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