Can anyone tell me if they've managed to force JIRA to use a specific LDAP directory when logging in to JIRA?
My situation is as follows
We have two domains (d1 and d2). Some users log in with an account in d1 and some log in with an account to d2. Some users in d2 have an email account in d1 so they can get email on that domain address and vice versa for d1-d2. JIRA looks at d1 and then d2 when authenticating users. This means that users with their account on d2 can't log in as they don't get their password to their mail account on d1.
Things I have tried include:
Any suggestions to this problem are welcome!
I'm not sure if this is the same solution that you attempted in the first point ..
* in d1 create a group with all users that must log using d2.
* in jira administration, edti configuration for d1, configure LDAP user directory. Then, in User Schema Settings, change User Object Filter adding a condition to exclude all members of the group created in the previous step.
In theory, the validation step will fail in d1 for those users, so Jira will attempt against d2 ..
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