[keycloak-dev] code freeze at end of day today

Bill Burke bburke at redhat.com
Tue Aug 5 10:09:33 EDT 2014

Thank god or you...I absolutely hate doing testing on different 
databases (and LDAP servers for that matter).  Do you have an easy way 
to set up testing environments for these different dbs?

On 8/5/2014 9:09 AM, Marek Posolda wrote:
> ok, merged. Found that oracle and mssql are broken, so looking at those
> now:-(
> I seem to have fix for oracle already, need to test a bit more and then
> look at mssql...
> On 5.8.2014 15:02, Bill Burke wrote:
>> YOu find bugs, typos, etc.  Fix them, you have until lunch my time
>> (eastern USA).
>> On 8/5/2014 8:43 AM, Marek Posolda wrote:
>>> Added another commit for deleting of users on mongo . Both are one
>>> liners and I hope they are quite safe to be included though.
>>> Marek
>>> On 5.8.2014 13:33, Marek Posolda wrote:
>>>> On 5.8.2014 13:04, Marek Posolda wrote:
>>>>>>> * The semantics of "searchForUser" is a bit different for
>>>>>>> >>FederationProviders and our model implementations. For example,
>>>>>>> if you
>>>>>>> >>have user "John Doe" and you search for "ohn Do" in admin
>>>>>>> console, then
>>>>>>> >>both JPA and Mongo local providers will return you "John Doe"
>>>>>>> as they
>>>>>>> >>add % at the beginning/end. However federation providers are
>>>>>>> looking
>>>>>>> >>exactly for FirstName: "ohn" , LastName: "Do", so if "John Doe"
>>>>>>> exists
>>>>>>> >>in LDAP, he won't be returned.
>>>>>>> >>
>>>>>> >Can we do anything about that?  Does LDAP have a "like"?
>>>>> yes, LDAP has * . Workaround, which works for me is to put directly
>>>>> search string like:*ohn Do*   into admin console, but this is not
>>>>> pretty
>>>>> and is LDAP specific though.
>>>> btv. Found a typo when test ldap searching. Not sure if it's ok to
>>>> commit at this stage, so just send PR for that
>>>> https://github.com/keycloak/keycloak/pull/590 .
>>>> Marek
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