Just completed the upgrade from 4.2 to 4.3
We use crowd with SSO, so after every update I have to manually go back in and update seraph-config.xml as described here https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/CROWD/Integrating+Crowd+with+Atlassian+Confluence
That doc also says to update crowd.properties, but I thought that must be old, the server just completed a full synch to crowd without issue, and loaded all users
ANd then I tried to login. Confluence said I was not a valid user, and Crowd logs said application 'username' not authorized.
So I had to duplicate the URL, name and passowrd already found in the DB just to allow SSO/logins to work.
What is the need/point? What if I have several crowd directories all on different servers, how does this file fit into the new model of User Directories defined in the app UI?
After opening an issue withy support I was told it comes down to application architecture that currently requires Seraph authenticator to leverage that file as it is used at a latey that does not have DB access to get the repository details itself.
But they opened a ticket to possibly address that, and if you have this issue I encourage you to vote for the issues (BY CLICKING THE LINK, and clicking "vote" ! PLease do not +1 as an answer,. or comment on the issue....)
I am not sure why that bit about the crowd properties is in the document. With your versions of Confluence you should not need to make any manual changes to any file other than your seraph-config.xml.
The file "crowd.properties" is an older implementation of how Confluence connects to Crowd. It should not be necessary in versions of Confluence past 3.5.x. The not there may be an allusion to a migration from an older instance to the more modern, UI driven connection.
The error you are encountering seems to relate to your permission structre in Crowd. Are you still having this problem?
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