Recently I configured your IWAAC plugin to work with our Crowd server (and JIRA) in a testing environment. SSO works for me, but no one else. I read that evaluation license supports only 2 persons using SSO. Does that mean that me and the person who accidentally logged in during testing can use SSO and others not? Can I somehow check who this guy is and revoke their privilege to use SSO? Or can you create evaluation license for let’s say 20 users for 30 days (maybe a little bit longer because of Christmas ).
You can check in catalina.log who the other person is if you enabled fine logging in conf/logging.properties:
com.cleito.iwaac.level = FINE
If you did not enable fine logging, I suggest that you edit conf/IWAAC/iwaac.properties and set the value of the iwaac.user.include.only property to your username. Thus, you will be the only one for whom IWAAC is enabled (don't forget to restart Jira/Tomcat server).
You might also want to have a look at the other options on the documentation page: https://www.cleito.com/products/iwaac/documentation/
Hi Marek, We officially do not provide time limited licenses. However, we can probably find an arrangement that may allow you to test our product on a higher number of users. Can you drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org so that we can discuss that on a private thread please? Best regards, Bruno
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