I'm trying to convert an existing confluence 4.0.3 installation with Crowd 2.3.7. I'm able to connect the two and recieve logs of a good sync. however if in order for login to work my serph config has to have both uncommented
<!-- Default Confluence authenticator, which uses the configured user management for authentication. --> <authenticator class="com.atlassian.confluence.user.ConfluenceAuthenticator"/> <!-- Custom authenticators appear below. To enable one of them, comment out the default authenticator above and uncomment the one below. --> <!-- Authenticator with support for Crowd single-sign on (SSO). --> <authenticator class="com.atlassian.confluence.user.ConfluenceCrowdSSOAuthenticator"/>
What am I missing in the setup?
did u created crowd.properties file into WEB-INF/classes folder?
application.name crowd application.password MY_PASSWORD_HERE application.login.url http://localhost:8095/crowd/console/ crowd.server.url http://localhost:8095/crowd/services/ crowd.base.url http://localhost:8095/crowd/ session.isauthenticated session.isauthenticated session.tokenkey session.tokenkey session.validationinterval 0 session.lastvalidation session.lastvalidation
Some check that you should performed:
- verify that into your crowd directory you defined which groups need to be synchronized to Confluence.
- verify that user that you are using for login is not present into your COnfluence Internal Directory (different username).
- verify directories order into your confluence.
Hope this helps
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