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Old 08-07-2014, 02:35 PM   #1
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FreeIPA and Weblogic integration

Good morning/day/afternoon!

I've been using and enjoying FreeIPA in my work environment. I'm to the point where I am trying to integrate in additional services/applications to utilize the FreeIPA LDAP.

Unfortunately I'm not too experienced with the inner workings of LDAP in general.

I know the first step will be importing the LDAP's SSL cert into the Weblogic server's trusted host base. That's not much of where my issue is. My issue is knowing how to identify the correct values to enter into the third party configuration files.

An example would be, finding the correct value for:
User Base DN:
User Name Attribute:
User Object Class:
Group Base DN:

Unfortunately I cannot find too many resources for FreeIPA outside of their documentation (which is good, but here I am still stuck).

If someone has done similar and can lend some experience, I'd be grateful.


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