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Jira OpenLDAP Configuration

Hi i'm getting an error trying to configure a User Directory in Jira, i have tested for a couple days and i do not have clue why i'm getting this error running the test.

"Test get user's memberships : Failed"

Using the Dir Type: OpenLDAP (Read-Only Posix Schema) do not get any error but Jira will not have write access to the Directory.

Using the Dir Type  OpenLDAP and running the test i get and error on the tests, "Test get user's memberships : Failed".

I have tested different configurations and i can't get what is failing, also the logs does not show any error.

Here is the configuration i'm using now.

Directory ID: 10100
Name: LDAP leda.lab.local
Active: true
Type: CONNECTOR
Created date: Sun Jan 24 12:03:11 EST 2021
Updated date: Sun Jan 24 12:14:00 EST 2021
Allowed operations: [DELETE_GROUP, CREATE_USER, UPDATE_GROUP_ATTRIBUTE, CREATE_GROUP, UPDATE_GROUP, UPDATE_ROLE, DELETE_ROLE, DELETE_USER, UPDATE_USER, CREATE_ROLE, UPDATE_USER_ATTRIBUTE, UPDATE_ROLE_ATTRIBUTE]
Implementation class: com.atlassian.crowd.directory.OpenLDAP
Encryption type: sha
Attributes:
"autoAddGroups": ""
"com.atlassian.crowd.directory.sync.currentstartsynctime": "null"
"com.atlassian.crowd.directory.sync.issynchronising": "false"
"com.atlassian.crowd.directory.sync.lastdurationms": "52"
"com.atlassian.crowd.directory.sync.laststartsynctime": "1611508439989"
"crowd.sync.group.membership.after.successful.user.auth.enabled": "only_when_first_created"
"crowd.sync.incremental.enabled": "true"
"directory.cache.synchronise.interval": "3600"
"ldap.basedn": "dc=lab,dc=local"
"ldap.connection.timeout": "10000"
"ldap.external.id": "entryUUID"
"ldap.filter.expiredUsers": "false"
"ldap.group.description": "description"
"ldap.group.dn": "ou=groups"
"ldap.group.filter": "(objectClass=posixGroup)"
"ldap.group.name": "cn"
"ldap.group.objectclass": "groups"
"ldap.group.usernames": "memberUid"
"ldap.local.groups": "false"
"ldap.nestedgroups.disabled": "false"
"ldap.pagedresults": "false"
"ldap.pagedresults.size": "1000"
"ldap.password": ********
"ldap.pool.initsize": "null"
"ldap.pool.maxsize": "null"
"ldap.pool.prefsize": "null"
"ldap.pool.timeout": "0"
"ldap.propogate.changes": "true"
"ldap.read.timeout": "120000"
"ldap.referral": "false"
"ldap.relaxed.dn.standardisation": "true"
"ldap.roles.disabled": "true"
"ldap.search.timelimit": "60000"
"ldap.secure": "false"
"ldap.url": "ldap://leda.lab.local:389"
"ldap.user.displayname": "displayName"
"ldap.user.dn": "ou=people"
"ldap.user.email": "mail"
"ldap.user.encryption": "sha"
"ldap.user.filter": "(objectclass=posixAccount)"
"ldap.user.firstname": "givenName"
"ldap.user.group": "memberOf"
"ldap.user.lastname": "sn"
"ldap.user.objectclass": "people"
"ldap.user.password": "userPassword"
"ldap.user.username": "uid"
"ldap.user.username.rdn": "cn"
"ldap.userdn": "cn=admin,dc=lab,dc=local"
"ldap.usermembership.use": "false"
"ldap.usermembership.use.for.groups": "false"
"localUserStatusEnabled": "false"

 

My goal is to have a OpenLDAP write access from Jira.

Could you hep in find out what i'm doing wrong? Also 

Do i have to do Anything special configuration on t he OpenLDAP Server?

 

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