Redmine 1.2.2, Mercurial, LDAP
I have an installation of Redmine 1.2.2 with LDAP and I have configured the server as per the instructions [http://www.redmine.org/projects/redmine/wiki/HowTo_Install_Redmine_12x_with_Mercurial_and_Subversion_on_Ubuntu_Server_1004 [HowTo_Install_Redmine_12x_with_Mercurial_and_Subversion_on_Ubuntu_Server_1004 ]] the only difference is that is install on a Centos 5.7. Everythings works perfectly smooth, creation of repository, the authorization on redmine via mysql is working great. The problem is when I attached the LDAP server the users(LDAP users) do not have the password recorded in the mysql and therefore I can authenticate correctly in redmine, but I cannot push on the Mercurial repository.
Do I miss something?
Thank you for your answer.
#3 Updated by Marco Battistoni over 10 years ago
No I mean that with LDAP the password is not stored in the database, consequence that Mercurial cannot access Redmine via the database and so the LDAP user, for example, cannot push in the repository. Is this a bug? or am I missing something ??
#6 Updated by Etienne Massip over 10 years ago
Marco Battistoni wrote:
No I mean that with LDAP the password is not stored in the database
I got that, but this is normal, Redmine don't have to store the LDAP password.
, consequence that Mercurial cannot access Redmine via the database and so the LDAP user, for example, cannot push in the repository. Is this a bug? or am I missing something ??
I don't get that, how do you push what?
If you're pushing(?) through Apache + redmine.pm then it should work fine with LDAP; maybe the issue is due to the lack of Redmine user <-> Repo user mapping in the project settings Repository tab?!