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The “Location” can configured as dns://<domain> (z.B dns://mycompany.com) to use the credentials for multiple LDAP servers in a Domain. It is also possible to assign a credential directly to an LDAP-Server: ldap://<ldapserver hostname> (z.B. ldap://ldapserver.mycompany.com).
5. The service is called by query service on “Webservice Port”.
“Preserve Case for Principals Matching Pattern” preserves the original casing for some specific (defined by regex pattern) principals. “Exclude Principals Pattern” enables removing some specific principals (defined by regex pattern) from all users’ principals. “Suppress Anonymous Users Principals” makes it possible that anonymous users cannot find documents (even public ones). “Resolve non anonymous principals to all registered users” determines if every user (non-anonymous) is a member of the all-users group. “Include Principal Rules” makes it possible to add new principals to a user if this user has some specific (defined by regex pattern) principals already. If the groups of a user are not cached yet and “Suppress LDAP Queries” is enabled, the LDAP cache will not contact the data source to resolve these groups.
For configuring other parameters see Caching Principal Resolution (LDAP) above.
Select one of the configured Caching Principal Resolution Service in Data Source configuration. For example, Caching LDAP Principal Resolution can be selected for Filesystem Data Source.
Updates all containers.
Updates only <containerid>
Updates only a partition
Cancels previous update.
Verifies if cached principals for <userid> are the same as provided by the source (confluence or LDAP for example). If “all” is used instead of <userid> the verification is done for all users.
Returns principals for <userid> from cache. <userid> should not be a unified id.
Returns principals for anymous user
<attribute> must be the configured ‚Service Request Identity Alias Name Property’
Exports all data base tables in CSV format.
Sets the cache in read-only mode. Running update task will be cancelled. No further update tasks will be started.
Sets the cache in read/write mode. Update tasks will start as scheduled. The next update task will resume from previous state.
Reopens cache in an empty directory. Cache should be updated after reopening
Returns the currently used cache directory.
Returns the current mode (read-only, or read/write)
Individuals must be separated by ;
Prints all threads current state.
Resets alias names for a partition