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    • Type: Bug Bug
    • Status: Closed
    • Priority: Major Major
    • Resolution: Not a Problem
    • Affects Version/s: 2.0.0 Apache Incubator Release
    • Component/s: None
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    • Environment:
      centos 6.2 , apach 2.2.13

      openmeeting - last version

      Description

      HI.

      Set up LDAP authentication.
      After input login and password, select the System Works asks the organization - the list is empty!

      Lowered described this problem and its solution - BUT - it uses mysql base

      However, newer versions of the file used by the base - just like me.!

      P.S. It is also not possible to make a "pass-through - opened the browser, using a domain account - automatically on the website" LDAP authentication
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      Comment 2 by avaunt...@gmail.com, May 3, 2009
      thanks a lot!

      I can now login via ldap. But when I login with a ldap user, it says "Your account is
      assigned to multiple Organizations. Please choose one for this session". In fact, the
      organization drop-down list is null. How to fix this problem?
      Comment 3 by ivan.bol...@gmail.com, May 3, 2009
      Hi,

      You must modify one table on openmeetings database.
      Select your database openmeetings like this : use openmeetings;
      Then you must modify the table "organisation". To check that : select * from
      organisation;
      As you can see the name of the organisation is empty. So you must just modify like
      this : update organisation set name="openmeetings" where organisation_id="1";

      Bidab

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        SebastianWagner added a comment -

        Hi Gerald,

        I will post an answer to your request on the mailing list. We should make the discussion in the mailing list, there seems to be no Bug here.

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        SebastianWagner added a comment - Hi Gerald, I will post an answer to your request on the mailing list. We should make the discussion in the mailing list, there seems to be no Bug here.
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        nikita added a comment - - edited

        YES. it`s problem only LDAP user.

        The local user does not have such problems. Because the Administrator determines that the user "Organization." Local users log on without problems, without choice "organization." so that an administrator sets a default for all users in your hand.

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        nikita added a comment - - edited YES. it`s problem only LDAP user. The local user does not have such problems. Because the Administrator determines that the user "Organization." Local users log on without problems, without choice "organization." so that an administrator sets a default for all users in your hand.
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        Oliver Becherer added a comment - - edited

        Hi,

        is this really related to LDAP Authentication? Could you please verify by turning off ldap and login with regular database user?

        i remember an old bug which had the same effect, but did not relate to LDAP at all (organization drop down was filled from a lazy initialized hibernate field).

        cheers

        smoeker

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        Oliver Becherer added a comment - - edited Hi, is this really related to LDAP Authentication? Could you please verify by turning off ldap and login with regular database user? i remember an old bug which had the same effect, but did not relate to LDAP at all (organization drop down was filled from a lazy initialized hibernate field). cheers smoeker

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