On 17.6.2015 07:24, Jan Cholasta wrote:
> Dne 16.6.2015 v 20:29 Drew Erny napsal(a):
>> Hi, All,
>> I'm using the IPA Python API to write the Community Portal. Most of the
>> documentation for using the IPA Python API is targeted a plugin authors,
>> and this isn't a plugin for (what I think are) good reasons. I'm doing
>>      # in the main program
>>      import api from ipalib
>>      api.bootstrap(context="client")
>>      api.finalize()
>>      api.Backend.rpcclient.connect()
> Call
> api.Backend.rpcclient.connect(ccache=krbV.default_context().default_ccache())
> to make the problem go away.

Is there a simple way how to get a reasonable error message ('not connected to
IPA server' or so) here?

Calling commands from Python should not be that hard to debug :-)

Petr^2 Spacek

>>      # and then, inside of a separate class
>>      api.Command.stageuser_add(...)
>> Which is how doc/examples/python-api.py shows it.
>> However, calling api.Command.stageuser_add(...) causes
>>      AttributeError: No context.rpcclient_... in thread 'Thread-1'
>> I think this is probably related to the fact that I haven't configured
>> my program to connect to any particular IPA server, because before the
>> program errors out, it prints:
>>      ipa: INFO: Forwarding 'stageuser_add' to json server 'None'
>> If the problem is the lack of a target server, as I suspect, how would I
>> configure the program to connect to a particular IPA server? If this
>> isn't caused by that, what could the causes be?

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