How to resolved User "Does not belong to any LDAP groups."?

Mong Hang Vo April 29, 2020

Any ideas how to resolved the issue: User "Does not belong to any LDAP groups."?

We are trying to integrate Bamboo (v5.9.4) with LDAP by following this documentation.
https://confluence.atlassian.com/bamboo059/integrating-bamboo-with-ldap-800858652.html

Here is the atlassian-user.xml.

where XYZ in securityPrincipal is valid LDAP user name, and password in securityCredential is the password of this XYZ_user

<atlassian-user>

<repositories>

<ldap key="ldapRepository" name="Oracle LDAP" cache="true">
<host>ldap1x.oracle.com</host>
<port>389</port>
<securityPrincipal>cn=XYZ,l=AMER,dc=oracle,dc=com</securityPrincipal>
<securityCredential>password_of_XYZ_user</securityCredential>
<securityProtocol>plain</securityProtocol>
<securityAuthentication>simple</securityAuthentication>
<baseContext>dc=oracle,dc=com</baseContext>

<baseUserNamespace>dc=oracle,dc=com</baseUserNamespace>
<baseGroupNamespace>dc=oracle,dc=com</baseGroupNamespace>
<usernameAttribute>cn</usernameAttribute>
<userSearchFilter>(objectClass=inetorgperson)</userSearchFilter>
<firstnameAttribute>givenname</firstnameAttribute>
<surnameAttribute>sn</surnameAttribute>
<emailAttribute>mail</emailAttribute>
<groupnameAttribute>cn</groupnameAttribute>
<groupSearchFilter>(objectClass=groupOfNames)</groupSearchFilter>
<membershipAttribute>member</membershipAttribute>

<poolingOn>true</poolingOn>
<maxSize>0</maxSize>
<initSize>10</initSize>
<prefSize>10</prefSize>
<debugLevel>none</debugLevel>
<securityProtocol>plain ssl</securityProtocol>
<authentication>simple</authentication>
<timeout>0</timeout>
<batchSize>100</batchSize>
<timeToLive>0</timeToLive>
<userSearchAllDepths>true</userSearchAllDepths>
<groupSearchAllDepths>true</groupSearchAllDepths>
</ldap>

<hibernate name="Hibernate Repository" key="hibernateRepository" description="Hibernate Repository" cache="true"/>

</repositories>
</atlassian-user>

Below are the outputs using the atlassian-user.xml.

For TEST 1: The first 10 users do not belong to any LDAP groups. XX, YY, and ZZ have been replaced the actual users usernames.

For TEST 2: Empty list of users.

$ java -jar paddle-2.0.jar
###########################################################################################################################

LDAP Support Tool version 2.0

###########################################################################################################################

Connected to server successfully
-----------------------------------------------------------------
TEST 1: Search and list 10 users
-----------------------------------------------------------------

User: cn=XX-SUPPORT_IN,l=amer,dc=oracle,dc=com
Does not belong to any LDAP groups.

User: cn=YY,L=AMER,dc=oracle,dc=com
Does not belong to any LDAP groups.

User: cn=ZZ,L=AMER,dc=oracle,dc=com
Does not belong to any LDAP groups.

so on...
-----------------------------------------------------------------
TEST 2: Search and list 10 groups
-----------------------------------------------------------------

-bash-4.1$

2 answers

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Mong Hang Vo April 30, 2020

Can you please give more details. 

How do we fix the filter for groups?
How about filter for users?

Gonchik Tsymzhitov
Community Leader
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May 4, 2020

Hi!

Could you provide more info, please?

1. Need to understand where located the group

2. How we can filter it

3.  Be sure works well java -jar paddle-2.0.jar
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Gonchik Tsymzhitov
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April 29, 2020

Hi! 

Are you sure that filter for groups is correct ?

(objectClass=groupOfNames)

https://ldapwiki.com/wiki/GroupOfUniqueNames%20vs%20groupOfNames

 

BTW, FYI Bamboo 6.6 has good internal crowd like Jira. 

 https://confluence.atlassian.com/bamboo/bamboo-6-6-release-notes-952624920.html\

Hence I recommend to upgrade to latest version

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