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Peter Turvey (9917) | asked Oct 29 '18, 12:19 p.m.

I am trying to configure a newly installed Jazz Team Server's LDAP connection.

I haven't succeeded yet but one of the things you are told to do in these instructions  https://jazz.net/wiki/bin/view/Deployment/ConfigureLDAPforLibertyProfile  is modify your application.xml file with the group memberships similar to the group mappings in the JTS Setup (LDAP Part 1).

The Group names I am using  don't differ from the default so I don't think I have to edit this file.
I am using "JazzAdmins", "JazzProjectAdmins" etc.

But I do have repeated rows in "application.xml" for the group names.

Does this matter ?

Thanks
                  Peter

<application type="war" id="jts" name="jts" location="${server.config.dir}/apps/jts.war">

        <application-bnd>

            <security-role name="JazzAdmins">

                <group name="JazzAdmins" />

                <group name="JazzAdmins" />

                <group name="JazzAdmins" />

                <group name="JazzAdmins" />

            </security-role>

            <security-role name="JazzProjectAdmins">

                <group name="JazzProjectAdmins" />

                <group name="JazzProjectAdmins" />

                <group name="JazzProjectAdmins" />

                <group name="JazzProjectAdmins" />

            </security-role>

            <security-role name="JazzUsers">

                <group name="JazzUsers" />

                <group name="JazzUsers" />

                <group name="JazzUsers" />

                <group name="JazzUsers" />

            </security-role>

            <security-role name="JazzGuests">

                <group name="JazzGuests" />

            </security-role>

        </application-bnd>

    </application>

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Salman Shaikh (23411369) | answered Oct 29 '18, 12:38 p.m.
It should not be repeated. but you have to configure such thing for all applications.

Try to remove extra entries and then run it.
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Peter Turvey commented Oct 29 '18, 12:45 p.m.

Thanks. I'll give that a go.

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