Hi Marek, thanks for the quick reply.

1. I am definitely sure that the attributes I need are in the LDAP record.

2. adding trace to federation.ldap shows my mapped attributes being read

3. there is no USER_ATTRIBUTES table I'm assuming you meant USER_ATTRIBUTE but it doesn't have my attributes.
   it does have a reference to my LDAP_ID so i8t looks like it should be here

MariaDB [keycloak]> select * from USER_ATTRIBUTE;
| NAME    | VALUE                               | USER_ID                              |
| LDAP_ID | 7fc89601-96e711e2-a5a7b2a9-738d4470 | 471f0b4f-cb7c-4610-b3d6-ddd3a18e9986 |
| LDAP_ID | 3245fc81-55c211e2-a5a7b2a9-738d4470 | 6d64f5a2-d356-4ab6-9b4d-3f89a3ee38c4 |

thanks for your time on this

Kevin Thorpe


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On 19 June 2015 at 10:15, Marek Posolda <mposolda@redhat.com> wrote:
There are few steps here and the result will work only if all steps success. So it might help to try which step could be wrong here:

1) You can doublecheck if your user really has 'applications' attribute in LDAP

2) If (1) is ok, you can enable TRACE logging for "org.keycloak.federation.ldap" category in standalone.xml . With it, you should see some trace messages with the names and values of all LDAP attributes, which are loaded in user record. You should see the 'applications' attribute loaded

3) If (2) is ok, you can browse keycloak database and check if attribute 'applications' is really here. The user attributes are saved in table USER_ATTRIBUTES. Currently it's not possible to browse user attributes generically in admin console (unless you do custom theme) so browse DB seems to be the only possibility.

4) If (3) is ok, the issue is not in LDAP interaction, but in protocol mapper configuration. Make sure you use correct protocol mapper (In your case it should be "User attributes" mapper, not "User property" mapper). Also if your application is Java based, the value of 'applications' claim is saved in accessToken in 'otherClaims' map and can be retrieved with something like: accessToken.getOtherClaims().get("applications");


On 18.6.2015 17:50, Kevin Thorpe wrote:
Thanks to the team for 1.3.1. We were eagerly waiting for that to add LDAP attribute mappings which I see has now been done. Unfortunately I can't seem to get it to work.

I have added a user attribute mapper to my ldap federation. This maps the LDAP atribute 'applications' which exists on my LDAP user record to 'applications' in Keycloak. 

I have also added a user attribute token mapper to my Keycloak client definition to map user attribute 'applications' to token claim 'applications'. I've also asked to add to both id and access token.

However this attribute is not present in either the ID or access token when testing. Is there something I've missed? 

Something that may be an issue though is that I'm using a home written openid-connect Lua client based on your javascript one. This uses the endpoint /auth/realms/master/protocol/openid-connect/token. Is it that the openid-connect endpoint doesn't support these attributes yet?

Kevin Thorpe
CTO, PI ltd

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