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Non-LDAP user directory, uid change

Jan Šťastný (1212147) | asked Sep 13 '10, 7:38 a.m.

due to a special LDAP layout and some other requirements our company needs to use "Non-LDAP user registry" = UNSUPPORTED user registry type.
We use Tomcat and have our own Realm which takes care of authentication and group mapping.

The (very big) problem is that even non-admin (JazzUsers) users can change their userId (and email and name -- which is a minor problem compared with userId...).
Is there a way to disable this? For example to make it read only as in the case of Tomcat or LDAP? (LDAP is the best as the the user cannot even edit the Name nad Email).

Thanks for any replies in advance.

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Ritchie Schacher - IBM (47611) | answered Sep 13 '10, 10:43 a.m.
Please file a work item. Arguably modifications to these properties should always be restricted to admins in the case of unsupported registries. You would need a patch from L3 support for older releases.

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