I recently found out about the ability to import a realm on start up,
using keycloak.import. This works well, however I'm trying to use it to
fully automate a build end to end.
One of the hiccups I'm running into is that it seems I need to know about
the realm-public-key attribute. When I don't set this, I get 401's. When
I do set it and everything lines up, I'm able to authenticate
successfully. The problem is that I can't seem to set the public
key/private key, they can only be generated. This doesn't work if I'm
relying on a keycloak.json file.
So I guess first, why is realm-public-key required? If it is required, is
there a way to import a realm with the key already set? The
publicKey/privateKey attributes seem to be ignored in Keycloak 3.2.
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