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Chapter 19. Define the LDAP login domain

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When you are setting up Red Hat Process Automation Manager to use LDAP for authentication and authorization, define the LDAP login domain because the Git SSH authentication may use another security domain.

To define the LDAP login domain, use the org.uberfire.domain system property. For example, on Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform, add this property in the standalone.xml file as shown:

 <system-properties>
   <!-- other system properties -->
   <property name="org.uberfire.domain" value="LDAPAuth"/>
 </system-properties>

Ensure that the authenticated user has appropriate roles (admin,analyst,reviewer) associated with it in LDAP.

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