Hello all,I’m working on an organization-based service and want to have resource-specific permissions that are restricted by (from a user perspective) organization-specific roles. Since I’m not familiar with the specific terminology, I’m thinking of something similar to how GitHub manages their permissions:- A single user can be a member of multiple organizations- A user can have a different roles with different organizations that grant them access to all of an organization's resources- A user can have access to a specific resource- That organization-specific role determines access to different organization resourcesAre there any best practices or patterns for this model? Thanks!Justin
I'm trying to sync the LDAP groups into Keycloak but it doesn't update the
membership if I add or remove it from a group in LDAP.
I was able to sync the groups and its users into Keycloak correctly if
those wasn't provisioned before. For example, if the user already exists in
Keycloak DB (provisioned from LDAP) and I remove it from a LDAP group (also
provisioned from LDAP), the user in Keycloak continues to being a member of
the group in the Groups tab of user's details screen and in client's group
mappers. However, if I open the Members tab of group's details screen the
user was removed from the group.
Is there any way to solve this problem? Because of my company policy I
can't use Keycloak to manage the groups.
I'm using Keycloak 2.5.1.
Thanks for the help
Dear Keycloak users.
I am very new to keycloak and I really like it. it is great.
I am currently migrating a legacy app ( using it's own user management ) to
I have set-up keycloak with openid connect and it works very well. At this
point we need to decide
if we will use keycloak as our main user store or we will set-up an LDAP.
My question is that. Is keycloak designed in a way that it can fullfil all
the responsibilities of the main user store?
Any risk with this at all?
ps: our userbase is small and at this point I am not sure if we want to add
ldap just for this.
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Just wondering, has anyone setup Keycloak w/ Okta? Every time I try to
authenticate (both SP initiated and IdP initiated) it fails with this error
01:40:54,626 WARN [org.keycloak.events] (default task-7)
type=IDENTITY_PROVIDER_LOGIN_ERROR, realmId=tenant1, clientId=null,
userId=null, ipAddress=172.17.0.1, error=staleCodeMessage
01:40:54,627 ERROR [org.keycloak.services.resources.IdentityBrokerService]
(default task-7) staleCodeMessage
I suspect its a setup issue on my side, so was hoping someone else has
tried this and can give tips. I even tried the import feature, no luck.
Would therebe any way to pass additional attributes (say, something from a
REST API call's headers or body) to an authorization request, and access it
Evaluation API currently is pretty limited.
What is the best setup to develop custom SPI for Keycloak. I just skimmed the example codes in github and wondered on how to test my codes. Not TDD way of testing but a simple, hey, will this run properly?
Anyway, the reason I need to extend this is to create an authentication flow that will use your internal SMS api for subscriber verification.
I'm running a keycloak instance from a docker image, so when I start the
container everything is up an running. Now I want to export the realms
and users to deploy it in production and I've got two chances:
1- Copy the values from the mysql database (I'm using the keycloak-mysql
2- Run the standalone.sh export command.
I would like to go the second way, but I'm into trouble since the
widlfly server is launched with the docker container altogether. I can
browse in to it for the standalone.sh script, but still haven't found a
way to stop it (as the server is launched I get a "Address already in
use" error when I try to perform the export while the server is running).
Any ideas? Thanks in advance
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We are using KeyCloak for a several weeks now, one of the flows is user script authentication with offline token:
1. The user log in to the UI
2. Generates offline token by entering his password again
3. Put the offline token in his script
4. Executes the script
Now we want to add external IDP support, first is it possible to generate offline tokens for extremal IDP in KeyCloak ? if so how ?
Second in section #2 above the user enters his password to generate the offline token, with external IDP we can't use his password, one alternative is to always generate the offline token in the login (add offline_access), however is it make sense to create offline token for every login ?
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I need a help with user impersonation on keycloak.
I am authenticating users through the
"/realms/test/protocol/openid-connect/token". As expected, it returns a
In my app, all requests go through apiman, which validates the JWT.
Now, I need to personification of user. I'm calling the service
"/admin/realms/test/users/USER_ID/impersonation", sending the token in the
header (Authorization = Bearer eyJhbGciOiJSUzI1NiJ9 ...).
The service /impersonation creates the user session on keycloak, however
doesnt return a JWT, but 3 cookies. *I'd like to get the JWT of personified
user instead of cookie.* It's possible?
I adding keycloak into a legacy application that uses GWT and Jetty.
I have managed to get add Keycloak application using Spring-security.
Because this is GWT I am doing the authorisation in the application myself.
Sping just provides a way to get access to the KeycloakSecurityContext.
The issue I have is refreshing the token. I can get hold of
a RefreshableKeycloakSecurityContext instance
and use that to get a refresh token. What surprised me is that I cannot
refresh a token if the roles have changed.
Is this correct. I was hoping that the application could notice the role
changes and adapt itself on the fly.
I do not want to have to logout to get the new roles it at all possible. Is
there something that I have overlooked that will allow
me to use the idToken to get a new accessToken given that the
authentication of the user is still valid, it is just the roles the user is
in that have changed.