Enable LDAP Integration

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To enable LDAP integration, administrators must manually update the distributed.properties file, located on the LISA Release Automation Server

machine under webapps/datamanagement/WEB-INF folder.

 

The file includes a commented-out section for the fields required for enabling LDAP integration.

 

 

To Enable LDAP Integration

 

Follow these steps :

 

1. Close all Automation Studio client UIs.

 

2. Stop the Nolio Server service:

./bin/nolio_server.sh stop

 

3. In the webapps/datamanagement/WEB-INF folder, update the distributed.properties file.

       a. Uncomment the required lines.

           (See Required Lines in Properties File )

       b. Provide the required inputs.

4.  Start the Nolio Server service:

./bin/nolio_server.sh stop

 

Required Lines in Properties File

 

#Uncomment and edit following lines to be able to log in with your

Active Directory domain user.

 

#NOTE: User will see nothing in ASAP, unless he is a member of some

security group in

 

#the domain, which was previously imported to ASAP, and granted with

Permissions

 

#to some application

#NOTE: only one type of LDAP integration, General or Active Directory,

can be enabled at the same time.

 

#use.active.directory.authentication=true

 

#use.active.directory.domain=<domain name, e.g: mycompany.com>

 

#use.active.directory.url=<ldap url, e.g: ldap://server.domain.com>

 

#use.active.directory.user.username=<ldap domain user that has

permissions to see other users >

 

#use.active.directory.user.password= <password of the user defined in

  1. use.active.directory.user.username>

 

#Uncomment and edit following lines to be able to log in with your a

user defined in your local LDAP.

 

#NOTE: User will see nothing in ASAP, unless he is a member of some

security group in

 

#the domain, which was previously imported to ASAP, and granted with

Permissions

 

#to some application

 

#NOTE: only one type of LDAP integration, General or Active Directory,

can be enabled at the same time.

 

#use.general.ldap.authentication=true

 

#use.general.ldap.url=<ldap url, e.g: ldap://localhost:10389>

 

#use.general.ldap.user.fqdn=<fully qualified DN of domain user that has

permissions to see other users, e.g:uid=admin,ou=system>

 

#use.general.ldap.user.password=<password of the user defined in

  1. use.general.ldap.user.fqdn>

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