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That was driving me absolutely bonkers...
On Friday, February 9, 2018 at 4:52:55 PM UTC-6, Dmitriy Kopylenko wrote:
> For CAS versions 5.2+ use *cas.serviceRegistry.json.location *property:
> Date: February 9, 2018 at 2:29:46 PM
> Subject: [cas-user] Issues with service registry on 5.2.2
> I apologize in advance, I didn't realize that the jasig-cas-user list
> wasn't the current one because that's the list that showed up in my Google
> searches, and it appears to still be active based on others posting out
> So I'm cross-posting to this list, which I guess is the current one?
> Hi all,
> This has been driving me nuts the last couple of days, so I decided to
> just reach out in case anyone had thoughts.
> The long story is we used Apereo CAS up through version 4.x last year,
> then switched over to WSO2 per our SIS vendor's recommendation (Ellucian --
> they developed CAS plugins for WSO2, and the promise of not having to
> maintain both CAS and Shibboleth servers was too great to pass up.)
> However, it's definitely not meeting our needs, so I'm in the process of
> switching us back to the regular Apereo CAS.
> I'm using the maven overlay template, and things seem to be working ok so
> far, with the exception of the service registry (specifically, the JSON
> registry.) I'm running into two problems that I'm hoping someone can help
> out with.
> 1.) How in the world do you get CAS to not include the default Apereo and
> HTTPS/IMAPS service configuration when you package?
> 2.) It seems as if the ability to do an external file location for the
> service registry isn't functional on the latest version?
> At this point I've googled my fingers to the bone on both issues, but
> haven't come up with the magical working combination. Based on threads like
> the following, it seems like things should just work, but none of the
> things suggested have:
> (and several others)
> I've verified that I've got the cas-server-support-json-
> service-registry dependency added, and tried every which way to set the
> cas.serviceRegistry.config.location option (colon vs equals sign, file:,
> file://, no "file" at all, etc.) and still, it always ignores the external
> location that I've set (/etc/cas/services folder.) I've checked filesystem
> permissions (even set to 777 for a while,) and after each attempt would go
> through the regimen of:
> - undeploy war
> - ./build.sh clean
> - ./build.sh package
> - redeploy war
> all to no avail, and with nothing in the catalina or CAS logs. Even if I
> set a totally bogus cas.serviceRegistry.config.location, it doesn't throw
> any errors/warnings/etc.
> If I create a "src/main/resources/services" folder in the
> cas-overlay-template folder, and put a .json file in it, it gets picked up
> and dumped in the "classpath:/services" folder of the deployed application
> (/usr/share/tomcat/webapps/cas/WEB-INF/classes/services), as expected.
> Which I guess works (except for the fact that I don't want the two default
> .json services.) But I'd much rather have the .json files saved to that
> /etc/ folder if at all possible.
> I'm curious if the problem is related to the
> cas-server-support-json-service-registry plugin? The reason I'm wondering
> that is because I tried to set up the cas-management webap, and it's doing
> the same thing -- instead of following my request to pull the services from
> the CAS classpath:/services location
> (file:/usr/share/tomcat/webapps/cas/WEB-INF/classes/services), it's pulling
> from its own WEB-INF/classes/services folder.
> (Obviously, I'd rather have them pull from /etc/cas/services...or anywhere
> else...but barring that, I'd like for the management webapp to at least be
> We're currently on version 5.2.2 2018-01-31T22:29Z
> <http://www.apereo.org/cas> on SLES 12 SP3, Tomcat 8.0.43, Java 8.
> Thanks much!
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