Cool, I am glad you made this working. BTW, would any of you mind volunteering
and helping the FreeIPA community with contributing a HOWTO article on "how to
configure FreeIPA and Jira"? It is still missing in FreeIPA.org wiki.

All we have right now is the link to this discussion, that Petr Spacek added to
http://www.freeipa.org/page/HowTos#Web_Services

It would be really nice to also have a real page that others can follow and use.

Thank you!
Martin

On 06/10/2015 11:29 AM, Brian Topping wrote:
> FYI, that mirrors my configuration. Not sure if this was covered previously, 
> but for my setup, only JIRA connects to IPA. All the other atleasian products 
> contact JIRA for their information.
> 
> Cheers, Brian
> 
>> On Jun 10, 2015, at 12:47 AM, Sandor Juhasz <sjuh...@chemaxon.com> wrote:
>>
>> Hi,
>>
>> here are our working configurations. Might be useful.
>> We use compat tree for auth.
>> We use user in group matching.
>> We use group filter for login authorization.
>> We use FedoraDS as ldap connector on JIRA's side.
>> We don't use pw change or user create in IPA from JIRA side.
>> Watch out not to have matching local users/groups or you will suffer bigtime.
>> Initially it was setup not to use ldap groups, but was changed afterwards by
>> creating all new groups in ldap for this purpose and readding the users.
>> We use ldap service user for binding - 
>> https://www.freeipa.org/page/Zimbra_Collaboration_Server_7.2_Authentication_and_GAL_lookups_against_FreeIPA.
>>
>> Attributes:
>> "autoAddGroups": ""
>> "com.atlassian.crowd.directory.sync.currentstartsynctime": "null"
>> "com.atlassian.crowd.directory.sync.issynchronising": "false"
>> "com.atlassian.crowd.directory.sync.lastdurationms": "373"
>> "com.atlassian.crowd.directory.sync.laststartsynctime": "1433920165776"
>> "crowd.sync.incremental.enabled": "false"
>> "directory.cache.synchronise.interval": "3600"
>> "ldap.basedn": "dc=<OURDOMAIN>"
>> "ldap.connection.timeout": "0"
>> "ldap.external.id": ""
>> "ldap.group.description": "description"
>> "ldap.group.dn": "cn=groups,cn=compat"
>> "ldap.group.filter": 
>> "(&(objectClass=posixgroup)(|(cn=<COMPANYGROUP>)(cn=<TEAMGROUPS>)(cn=<JIRAGROUP>)))"
>> "ldap.group.name": "cn"
>> "ldap.group.objectclass": "groupOfUniqueNames"
>> "ldap.group.usernames": "memberUid"
>> "ldap.local.groups": "false"
>> "ldap.nestedgroups.disabled": "true"
>> "ldap.pagedresults": "false"
>> "ldap.pagedresults.size": "1000"
>> "ldap.password": ********
>> "ldap.pool.initsize": "null"
>> "ldap.pool.maxsize": "null"
>> "ldap.pool.prefsize": "null"
>> "ldap.pool.timeout": "0"
>> "ldap.propogate.changes": "false"
>> "ldap.read.timeout": "120000"
>> "ldap.referral": "false"
>> "ldap.relaxed.dn.standardisation": "true"
>> "ldap.roles.disabled": "true"
>> "ldap.search.timelimit": "60000"
>> "ldap.secure": "false"
>> "ldap.url": "ldap://<IPAURL>"
>> "ldap.user.displayname": "cn"
>> "ldap.user.dn": "cn=users,cn=accounts"
>> "ldap.user.email": "mail"
>> "ldap.user.encryption": "sha"
>> "ldap.user.filter": 
>> "(&(objectclass=posixAccount)(memberOf=cn=<JIRAGROUP>,cn=groups,cn=accounts,dc=<OURDOMAIN>))"
>> "ldap.user.firstname": "givenName"
>> "ldap.user.group": "memberOf"
>> "ldap.user.lastname": "sn"
>> "ldap.user.objectclass": "person"
>> "ldap.user.password": "userPassword"
>> "ldap.user.username": "uid"
>> "ldap.user.username.rdn": ""
>> "ldap.userdn": "uid=<OURSERVICEUSER>,cn=sysaccounts,cn=etc,dc=<OURDOMAIN>"
>> "ldap.usermembership.use": "false"
>> "ldap.usermembership.use.for.groups": "false"
>> "localUserStatusEnabled": "false"
>>
>> Sándor Juhász
>> System Administrator
>> ChemAxon Ltd.
>> Building Hx, GraphiSoft Park, Záhony utca 7, Budapest, Hungary, H-1031
>> Cell: +36704258964
>>
>> From: "Martin Kosek" <mko...@redhat.com>
>> To: "Christopher Lamb" <christopher.l...@ch.ibm.com>, 
>> freeipa-users@redhat.com
>> Sent: Wednesday, June 10, 2015 9:22:03 AM
>> Subject: Re: [Freeipa-users] LDAP authentication for JIRA using FreeIPA
>>
>> On 06/08/2015 06:44 PM, Christopher Lamb wrote:
>>>
>>> Hi All
>>>
>>> we are interested to know if anybody has succeeded (or for that matter
>>> failed) in using FreeIPA  to provide user authentication for Atlassian
>>> products such as JIRA or Confluence?
>>>
>>> Somewhere in an Atlassian ticket I saw that FreeIPA is not officially
>>> supported, so I guess that should set our expectations .....
>>>
>>> If anyone has succeeded, then of course any tips on how best to do so would
>>> be fantastic!
>>
>> I saw reply in the threads, so it should be covered.
>>
>> BTW, please add +1s to respective Jira tickets to add proper FreeIPA support.
>> It would be really cool if Jira would know FreeIPA out of the box and could
>> connect to it natively!
>>
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