[jadmin] LDAP as auth backend - Invalid DN Syntax

KWermann at misti.com KWermann at misti.com
Fri Oct 21 11:32:45 CDT 2005


Someone here may know the answer, but I recommend you post this to the 
Jive Messenger Boards on their website. A response from the product team 
there is pretty quick, within a few hours usually.

Ken Wermann

jadmin-bounces at jabber.org wrote on 10/20/2005 09:26:09 AM:

> Hi dears...
> 
> I'm using jabberd2 for now, but I'm in final stages to migrate to Jive 
> Messenger, but a little inconvenient are stopping my work...
> 
> I need LDAP as my auth backend, this is my configuration:
> 
> <ldap>
> <host>ldap.jfsc.gov.br</host>
> <port>389</port>
> <usernameField>cn</usernameField>
> <nameField>cn</nameField>
> <emailField>mail</emailField>
> <baseDN>ou=USERJFSC,o=JFSC</baseDN>
> <adminDN/>
> <adminPassword/>
> </ldap>
> 
> But when I try to acces the admin, or connect via client (Psi), this 
> error is caught:
> 
>  >> Searching <<
> 2005.10.19 16:26:39 Trying to find a user's DN based on their username. 
> cn: qlx, Base DN: ou=USERJFSC,o=JFSC...
> 2005.10.19 16:26:39 Creating a DirContext in LdapManager.getContext()...
> 2005.10.19 16:26:39 Created hashtable with context values, attempting to 

> create context...
> 2005.10.19 16:26:39 ... context created successfully, returning.
> 2005.10.19 16:26:39 Starting LDAP search...
> 2005.10.19 16:26:40 ... search finished
> 
>  >> Found me! <<
> 2005.10.19 16:26:40 In LdapManager.checkAuthentication(userDN, 
> password), userDN is: 
> ldap://ldap.jfsc.gov.br:389/cn=QLX,ou=NINF,ou=FLP,o=JFSC...
> 2005.10.19 16:26:40 Created context values, attempting to create 
context...
> 
>  >> Oooops... o.O <<
> 2005.10.19 16:26:40 Caught a naming exception when creating 
InitialContext
> javax.naming.InvalidNameException: [LDAP: error code 34 - Invalid DN 
> Syntax] <<
> 
> My LDAP auth in Apache, in the  same machine, works fine, using the same 

> Base DN and the same username field...
> 
> Any idea?
> 
> Regards from Brazil :D
> --
> by qoelheXXIX
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