For the LDAP delegated auth directory I have setup the default group membership as 'jira-users' ie..
Default Group Memberships
When a user in this directory authenticates successfully for the first time, they will be automatically added to the following groups:
When a new user logs into JIRA, they get the message "Sorry, your username and password are incorrect - please try again."
but in the Crowd's log I see messages of successful group imports
2012-05-03 09:15:32,540 http-8095-3 INFO [atlassian.crowd.directory.DelegatedAuthenticationDirectory] Imported user "xyz's membership of remote group "DD_MP" to directory "Delegated Authentication Directory".
After a manual synch on the Crowd directory from within JIRA the user is able to get in.
How do I set this up so that the first time user is able to get in successfully as jira-user?
I got reply back from Atlassian's support saying that this is the expected behavior.
Is anyone using delegated auth? If you are, any recommendation on how to handle the above?
I would like to see the first time users being able to login to JIRA as a 'jira-users'.
There is a JIRA ticket open for this so VOTE it up!!
I got this ticket off Shihab after discussing this with him @ Summit
For a client I get around it a little bit doing it this way (By no means perfect)
Set JIRA to low sync time (1-5 minutes)
Modified Crowd so that on User Import (from one directory to another) it runs the code to add new users to the default groups
Setup 2 directories in crowd, 1 delegated and the other a normal LDAP connection that ISN'T used in any applications. You then can manually source the users into the delegated directory by doing the User Import between the 2 directories and the new users get added to the default groups.
When JIRA syncs it gets them.
Not perfect but if done as a procedure daily or whatever then the user accounts are generally ready for any new user to come along and their account is present and in the right groups.
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