Resource Menu

posted by misterb at Feb 11, 2008 12:51 PM
In fact, there is 3 user sources :
  • the 'root' user is in the local libresource install (machine 1)
  • some other users are present in the cas install (machine 2) in a postgres database.
  • the rest of users are in the LDAP (machine 3) but the login mechanism is handled via the CAS.

I'll post the solution found.
posted by Sebastien Jourdain at Feb 11, 2008 11:53 AM
If all your user are in ldap, it's pretty easy, you just need to change in your apache virtual host the way you authenticate the users, and use LDAP instead of postgres. The security will still be managed by libresource.

For a mix of LDAP and local base, I don't know, but it's basicaly a SVN/Apache configuration.

posted by misterb at Feb 11, 2008 11:46 AM
How is it possible to have an existing CAS server (using local accounts and LDAP accounts) and integrate SVN repository ? In fact how is it possible to handle SVN user login whereas some of the accounts are not in a postgres database but in an LDAP ? Is there a CAS Apache Authentication Module ? Anyway, isn't it possible to handle authentication using a tomcat application instead of the builtin apache SVN DAV module ?