Prashant Bapat wrote:
> Ok the command you gave me worked. But I was following the PDF and below
> command never worked.
> 
> ipa config-mod --addattr=ipaUserObjectClasses=ApigeeUserAttr
> 
> Is that expected ?

Did you restart httpd after adding the schema? A cached copy is used and
restarting will cause it to re-read the schema.

rob

> 
> Thanks.
> --Prashant
> 
> 
> On 23 March 2015 at 17:37, Prashant Bapat <prash...@apigee.com
> <mailto:prash...@apigee.com>> wrote:
> 
>     Martin, 
> 
>     Thanks! 
> 
>     Let me double check. 
> 
>     Yes I was referring to the exact same pdf. 
> 
>     Regards.
>     --Prashant
> 
>     On 23 March 2015 at 16:49, Martin Kosek <mko...@redhat.com
>     <mailto:mko...@redhat.com>> wrote:
> 
>         On 03/23/2015 10:19 AM, Prashant Bapat wrote:
>         > Hi,
>         >
>         > I'm trying to add a custom attribute to user object. Below is
>         the ldif i'm
>         > using.
>         >
>         > dn: cn=schema
>         > changetype: modify
>         > add: attributeTypes
>         > attributeTypes: (2.16.840.1.113730.3.8.11.31.1 NAME
>         'ipaSshSigTimestamp'
>         > DESC 'SSH public key signature and timestamp' EQUALITY
>         octetStringMatch
>         > SYNTAX 1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.40 X-ORIGIN 'CUSTOM FREEIPA
>         EXTENTION' )
>         > -
>         > add: objectclasses
>         > objectclasses: ( 2.16.840.1.113730.3.8.11.31.2 NAME
>         'ApigeeUserAttr' SUP
>         > top AUXILIARY DESC 'CUSTOM FREEIPA EXTENTION' MAY
>         ipaSshSigTimestamp )
>         >
>         > This gets added successfully using the ldapmodify command as
>         directory
>         > manager. But both the UI and the ipa config-mod commands
>         refuse to add the
>         > new attribute to ipaUserObjectClasses with error objectclass
>         not found.
>         >
>         > What I'm I doing wrong ?
> 
>         Not sure yet, the schema above looks OK (except some typos). I
>         tried it on my
>         VM, and it just worked:
> 
>         # ldapmodify -D "cn=Directory Manager" -x -w Secret123
>         ...
>         modifying entry "cn=schema"
> 
>         # ipa config-mod
>         
> --userobjectclasses={ipaobject,person,top,ipasshuser,inetorgperson,organizationalperson,krbticketpolicyaux,krbprincipalaux,inetuser,posixaccount,ApigeeUserAttr}
>         ...
>           Default user objectclasses: ipaobject, person, top, ipasshuser,
>         inetorgperson, organizationalperson,
>                                       krbticketpolicyaux, krbprincipalaux,
>         ApigeeUserAttr, inetuser,
>                                       posixaccount
> 
> 
>         # ipa user-add apigee --first Foo --last Bar --setattr
>         ipaSshSigTimestamp=barbar
>         -------------------
>         Added user "apigee"
>         -------------------
>           User login: apigee
>           First name: Foo
>           Last name: Bar
>           Full name: Foo Bar
>           Display name: Foo Bar
>           Initials: FB
>           Home directory: /home/apigee
>           GECOS: Foo Bar
>           Login shell: /bin/sh
>           Kerberos principal: apigee@F21
>           Email address: api...@f21.test
>           UID: 1889400080
>           GID: 1889400080
>           Password: False
>           Member of groups: ipausers
>           Kerberos keys available: False
> 
> 
>         # ldapsearch -Y GSSAPI -b
>         'uid=apigee,cn=users,cn=accounts,dc=f21' uid
>         ipaSshSigTimestamp
>         SASL/GSSAPI authentication started
>         SASL username: admin@F21
>         SASL SSF: 56
>         SASL data security layer installed.
>         # extended LDIF
>         #
>         # LDAPv3
>         # base <uid=apigee,cn=users,cn=accounts,dc=f21> with scope subtree
>         # filter: (objectclass=*)
>         # requesting: uid ipaSshSigTimestamp
>         #
> 
>         # apigee, users, accounts, f21
>         dn: uid=apigee,cn=users,cn=accounts,dc=f21
>         uid: apigee
>         ipaSshSigTimestamp: barbar
> 
>         # search result
>         search: 4
>         result: 0 Success
> 
>         # numResponses: 2
>         # numEntries: 1
> 
> 
> 
>         BTW, did you read one of the very relevant upstream guides how
>         to add custom
>         attributes to LDAP? It pretty much covers the procedure you are
>         working on:
> 
>         http://www.freeipa.org/images/5/5b/FreeIPA33-extending-freeipa.pdf
> 
>         Martin
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 

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