[keycloak-user] Having trouble with LDAP attribute mapping in 1.3.1

Kevin Thorpe kevin.thorpe at p-i.net
Fri Jun 19 05:42:39 EDT 2015

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

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

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On 19 June 2015 at 10:15, Marek Posolda <mposolda at 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
> 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");
> Marek
> 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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