I'm trying Confluence.
If I test the connection I see these results:
Can you let us know which LDAP directory you are using on your Confluence?
The User Unique ID Attribute field is the attribute objectGUID on Active Directory and is located under the User Schema Settings of your LDAP configuration on Confluence.
However, it depends on your LDAP to exist and it also might be a different attribute.
I hope it helps.
Hey guys, JIRA and Crowd do not use this field to rename users, thus you guys are seeing this message. So, there's no need to worry about this warning. :) The warning appears because the tests are the same ones run against the LDAP or any other directory type. I hope it clarifies. Eduardo
It shouldn't be a problem to add a pre-stage to the test, checking the type of directory, then test for the uid field only if relevant.
An even easier solution and still acceptable in my opinion would be to simply add to the error message a short line: "if not using LDAP disregard this message" or something like that.
This problem now seems to block the Crowd sync between crucible, confluence, Bitbucket and Jira, where JIRA is the Crowd server.
This error appears in the error log:
Multiple entries with same key:
It is actually the same user, created date is the same, however the loginname changed (for as far as i can see). In JIRA the issue not there, the user is only visible once, but in crusible 2 seem to exist. Please help because the problem is blocking!
This error has also caused me grief and looks bad on the company in my opinion, almost as bad as this thread. Starting to remind me of a Google or Microsoft forum, where nobody responds. How about, "we understand your input and are looking to resolve this in a future release"? Make a JIRA ticket and get er done!
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