** Changed in: mahara
    Milestone: 18.04.0 => 18.10.0

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  New username isn't checked for spaces when added to LDAP

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Bug description:
  Mahara version: 16.10.3

  When adding a new user, if you select an institution/authentication
  method with LDAP, the usersame is not being checked for
  leading/trailing spaces, and it isn't trimmed before being added to
  the database. Users can be created with usernames like " newuser ".

  If you try to do this with a non LDAP authentication method, it thows
  an error and will not continue (although the error message does not
  highlight the username field as the source of the error in this case).

  I've fixed it locally with trim() around the username value before
  it's put into the databse.

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