On 18 July 2016 at 22:35, Dmitry Telegin <mitya@cargosoft.ru> wrote:

If the fix is somewhat trivial (i.e. a matter of adding fields and getters/setters) I think I could work on a PR as well.

As the attributes are already available in the underlying entities it's just a matter of exposing through RealmModel and add tests for it.

BTW, does this mean that all the custom entities provided via Entity SPI are not by default cache-enabled (and won't be synchronized between the nodes in clustered environment)?
If so, will it be easy to cache-enable them? Is this just a matter of providing Infinispan adapters similar to existing ones for Realm/User/Role/Client etc.?

There's no caching for custom entities. I'd recommend using Hibernate 2nd level cache for it as it's rather tricky to create a custom one. We have our custom one because we need to support Mongo as well as users from different sources (user federation and identity brokering).

Ideally, I'd like to see a current domain-extension example augmented with Infinispan cache functionality. I've got some ideas on a detailed walkthrough tutorial for building complete, full-featured KeyCloak extensions (it's a big topic I'll elaborate on a bit later); I think Infinispan-enabled entities could be covered there, too.

No chance we're adding cache for custom entities. It's just to hard to get right. For custom entities you should use Hibernate 2nd level cache.


В Пн, 18/07/2016 в 07:39 +0200, Stian Thorgersen пишет:
Forgot that attributes are not exposed through RealmModel. You can't access the JPA RealmAdapter directly as you'll break the cache functionality. You can create a JIRA to request attributes added to RealmModel though.

On 15 July 2016 at 20:28, Mitya <mitya@cargosoft.ru> wrote:

In my provider, session.getContext().getRealm() returns an instance of org.keycloak.models.cache.infinispan.RealmAdapter. But in order to be able to manage attributes, we need an org.keycloak.models.jpa.RealmAdapter. What's the best way to obtain it?

I've yet come up with the following:

RealmModel realm = session.getContext().getRealm();
RealmAdapter adapter = (RealmAdapter) session.getProvider(RealmProvider.class).getRealm(realm.getId());

Realm attributes should be perfect for that

On 12 July 2016 at 13:42, Mitya <mitya@cargosoft.ru> wrote:

I'm developing a KeyCloak extension, and I want some custom (per-realm) parameters to be tuned via the GUI form. Speaking of the storage mechanism for my settings, are realm attributes suitable for that? or should I create a dedicated custom entity instead?


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