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  1. camunda BPM
  2. CAM-12728

Document setup of LDAP plugin in springboot starter

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    • Feature Request
    • Status: Open
    • L3 - Default
    • Resolution: Unresolved
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    Description

      User story

      When I want to use the LDAP plugin with the spring-boot starter project, I can follow a guide so that it becomes easy to get started with the LDAP plugin in the spring-boot starter.

      Background

      Today, customers and community users tend to struggle with setting up the LDAP plugin in the spring-boot starter project.

      Similar to how we document the setup of LDAP when using Tomcat, a dedicated page that describes how to set up LDAP when using the spring-boot starter will help relieve this pain.

      https://docs.camunda.org/manual/7.14/installation/full/tomcat/configuration/

      Hints:

      In SUPPORT-8984, the solution was to add the following beans to the config class in file.name:

       

      // file.name:
      
      @Bean
      public static LdapIdentityProviderPlugin ldapIdentityProviderPlugin() {
        LdapIdentityProviderPlugin plugin = new LdapIdentityProviderPlugin();
        plugin.setServerUrl("ldap://<ldap-address>:389");
        plugin.setManagerDn("cn=Administrator,dc=my,dc=domain,dc=net");
        plugin.setManagerPassword("secret");
        plugin.setBaseDn("dc=my,dc=domain,dc=net");
        plugin.setUserSearchBase("ou=Benutzer");
        plugin.setUserSearchFilter("(uid={0})");
        plugin.setUserIdAttribute("uid");
        plugin.setUserFirstnameAttribute("givenName");
        plugin.setUserLastnameAttribute("sn");
        plugin.setUserPasswordAttribute("userPassword");
        plugin.setGroupSearchBase("ou=Gruppen");
        plugin.setGroupSearchFilter("(member={0})");
        plugin.setGroupIdAttribute("ou");
        plugin.setGroupNameAttribute("cn");
        plugin.setGroupMemberAttribute("member");return plugin;
      }
      

       

      If a user wants to use config properties in their applicaiton.yml, they'd have to map those manually to their configuration class, i.e. by...: 

      // steps to map the config properties in application.yml to the configuration class

        

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      mgm-controller-panel

        This is the controller panel for Smart Panels app

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