pp via FreeIPA-users wrote:
>> The strange thing is this upgrade code has been in IPA since 4.9.0 so
>> its unclear why it decided to break now, and in the way it did.
>> It should only change the attribute from requiredSecret to secret if
>> "tomcat version" reports a version >=
> Yes, I noticed the python function returns the correct value (false) when 
> checking for my tomcat version and should use "requiredSecret" as a result.

The CA has its own upgrade code which runs unconditionally and I think
that's how both secret and requiredSecret got added to server.xml. I
wasn't able to duplicate the 403 though, it always just worked for me.
Perhaps it has to go through more than one upgrade cycle. I did my
testing on RHEL 8.

I filed https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=2006070 against

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