LDAP user autocreation doesn't work with attributes with Cyrillic
I've configured LDAP authentication in Redmine and it works fine except one thing. If some attribute in LDAP (in Active Directory in my case) consists of two or more words (contains one or more spaces) then new user from LDAP is not created. If I remove these spaces all work just fine and new user appears in Redmine.
#1 Updated by Valentin Vakhrushev about 2 years ago
I'm sorry guys, I was wrong. The problem is not in spaces but in number of symbols in field. In my environment the attribute named 'givenName' consists of two words: the first and the second name. And all fields contain symbols in Cyrillic (if it matters). I found that the maximum field length in my case is 15 symbols. If the field is 'longer' error occurs and user is not created.
#2 Updated by Toshi MARUYAMA about 2 years ago
- Subject changed from LDAP user autocreation doesn't work with attributes with spaces to LDAP user autocreation doesn't work with attributes with Cyrillic
- Category set to LDAP
- Status changed from New to Closed
- Resolution set to Duplicate