On 7/31/2014 3:26 PM, Marek Posolda wrote:
+1, I've did some testing of ActiveDirectory with latest
UserFederationProvider and works fine.
But do you also want to remove picketlink modules?
We don't have to remove them, but the non-abstract classes are LDAP
I would personally
keep them to allow people to init picketlink PartitionManager from
different location ? Good thing on LDAPFederationProvider is, that it's
defacto not tightly coupled to LDAP but it's using picketlink, so it can
be used to federate users from any picketlink IdentityStore.
It is tightly coupled with LDAP at least what is in trunk.
So far in my local "picketlink-master" fork, I've
UserFederationProvider to use those to obtain PartitionManager and I
removed stuff you copied before from it (like PartitionManagerRegistry
etc). I hope to merge it early on Monday before you join online. wdyt?
I've been doing some work with LDAPFederationProvider today. If you
don't think it can be done by Monday, then it can hold off until after
Beta 4 release.
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