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Question

Hi,

Why would alphanumeric login names act differently from standard firstname.lastname login names in LdapContrib?

Example:

mail=abc123@woozer.com, givenName=John, sn=Doe

When logging in as abc123, the wikiname JohnDoe shows up.

mail=boo.radley@woozer.com, givenName=Boo, sn=Radley

When logging in as boo.radley, the wikiname is booradley; logging in as BOO.RADLEY results in BOORADLEY wikiname, and so on.

This second type of login name is case sensitive, where the wikiname is NOT pulled from cache.db, but created on the spot, based on the way the cn (in this case boo.radley) is capitalized.

Any Ideas?

Environment

TWiki version: TWikiRelease04x02x00
TWiki plugins: LdapContrib (v2.99.4), LdapNgPlugin, RequireRegistrationPlugin, NewUserPlugin
Server OS: Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4.0
Web server: Apache 3
Perl version: 5.0XX
Client OS: MS Windows XP
Web Browser: IE, Firefox
Categories: Authentication, Security, Authorisation

-- ShivaGoudarzi - 30 Apr 2008

Answer

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I have the same problem. I collected a bit more information under LdapUserMappingWithDotInLoginname (debug log, strange login name encoding).

-- AlexanderStedile - 03 May 2008

Sorry, closing this question after more than 30 days of inactivity. Please feel free to re-open if necessary.

-- PeterThoeny - 23 Jul 2008

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