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I'd suggest adding a new affiliation instead of using Global. Global was
intended for things like creating a user group that should have access to
stuff related to any affiliation.
Once you have added that affiliation, set shibonly to 1 and set shibname to
the part after @ for a user's eppn. For example, my eppn at NCSU is
jftho...@ncsu.edu. So, for the NCSU affiliation in our database, shibname is
set to 'ncsu.edu'.
Let me know if that gets you any further. Also, Aaron Coburn and Jim O'Dell
might have some good input. They have more general Shibboleth experience than
On Thursday 23 February 2012 8:56:21 PM Evelio Quiros wrote:
> Ok, we see two affiliations in the database, Local & Global. Both were set
> to 0. We are using Shibboleth without LDAP, since Shib uses LDAP in it's
> back end authentication. We set the Global shibonly field to 1 and tried
> it. It still behaves the same, no new users are entered in the database.
> Al Quiros
> Florida International University
> On 2/23/12 3:08 PM, "Josh Thompson" <josh_thomp...@ncsu.edu> wrote:
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> >Are you using Shibboleth by itself or in conjunction with LDAP? If not
> >LDAP, do you have affiliation.shibonly set to 1 for any affiliations
> >in with Shibboleth?
> >On Thursday 23 February 2012 7:06:40 PM Evelio Quiros wrote:
> >> Hello,
> >> We are trying to configure Shibboleth for VCL. We have gotten to the
> >> where a user is able to log in successfully, so the $_SERVER values
> >> are
> >> but it does not add the new user into the database. Doing a search for
> >> username shows nothing, even though we were able to login
> >> successfully.
> >> Consequently, the logged in user has no privileges, and cannot make
> >> reservations. Any ideas on what we may be missing ?
> >> Thanks,
> >> Al Quiros
> >> Florida International University
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