We initialized our database by setting “cas.serviceRegistry.jpa.ddlAuto=create”
in the CAS 5.2 cas.properties file however the following table was created. It
appears a lot of columns were removed between 5.1.2 and 5.2. Can this be
Adam's advice reminded me that you can ask Maven (even without an IDE) to
give you a dependency tree:
./mvnw dependency:tree -Dverbose
Redirect the output to a file; there'll be a lot of it. It's not real easy
to read, but when you're really stuck...
Most of the unsatisfied dependency problems that I have encountered with
Maven have dealt with thinking that I am using a newer version of a
dependency when in fact it is getting overridden by an older dependency. If
you're using Eclipse or other IDE that has a Dependency Hierarchy view when
This is PURE speculation, but I see this dependency in your 5.2 pom.xml:
What is that?
I cannot find any mention of it in the CAS documentation searching for
"ldaptive-unboundid", which makes me think it
With CAS 5.2.0, how to implement OpenId Connect with JWT access_token ?
Currently, id_token are JWT, but access_token are not.
I would like the access_token be a JWT for the resource server to validate
it without performing an HTTP query to CAS userinfo endpoint.
(It seems possible by
I got this working. The CAS documentation implies that X-Forwarded-For is
the default value for the 'cas.audit.alternateClientAddrHeaderName'
property, which it is not. You have to specifically define this in your
properties file and set it to X-Forwarded-For. The documentation could be
Thanks. I saw that but am not getting back the IPs. It's probably another
configuration issue on the networking side.
On Wed, Dec 13, 2017 at 5:35 PM, Misagh Moayyed wrote:
Yeah well I wish there was another way though. Will keep on looking for an
alternative, if not then I will have to do something like this.
On Thursday, December 14, 2017 at 5:17:43 PM UTC+8, Doug C wrote:
> Yeah. So in my cas I had to change this to match my Nginx proxy so I am
Thanks for your reply, I have changed it back to true
Still have the same warning:
"You are currently accessing CAS over a non-secure connection. Single Sign On
WILL NOT WORK."
On Thursday, December 14, 2017 at 4:36:51 PM UTC+8, leleuj
Yeah. So in my cas I had to change this to match my Nginx proxy so I am
guessing in your case if you change these to your load balancer that will help
things a little bit.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of casuser
Sent: Thursday, December 14, 2017
Yes Right now I have :
in the cas.properties.
On Thursday, December 14, 2017 at 4:21:58 PM UTC+8, Doug C wrote:
> I’m curious what you have for your cas.server.name and cas.server.prefix
I would try: cas.server.httpProxy.secure=true
On Thu, Dec 14, 2017 at 1:46 AM, casuser wrote:
> How to remove the warning "Non-secure Connection" from the log in page? I
> want to get rid of it because from the load balancer to the
I’m curious what you have for your cas.server.name and cas.server.prefix
properties. They are the https address of your load balancer, right?
Another thing I realize that might be different is that I am not currently
using a load balance but just using Nginx to proxy all web requests
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