Realm is in user-search mode basedn=; search filter= – How to solve related issues

Realm is in user-search mode basedn=; search filter= – How to solve related issues

Opster Team

Feb-21, Version: 1.7-8.0

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Log Context

Log “Realm [{}] is in user-search mode – base_dn=[{}]; search filter=[{}]” classname is LdapUserSearchSessionFactory.java
We extracted the following from Elasticsearch source code for those seeking an in-depth context :

             throw new IllegalArgumentException("[" + RealmSettings.getFullSettingKey(config;
                    LdapUserSearchSessionFactorySettings.SEARCH_BASE_DN) + "] must be specified");
        }
        scope = LdapUserSearchSessionFactorySettings.SEARCH_SCOPE.get(settings);
        searchFilter = getSearchFilter(config);
        logger.info("Realm [{}] is in user-search mode - base_dn=[{}]; search filter=[{}]";
                config.name(); userSearchBaseDn; searchFilter);
    }

    static boolean hasUserSearchSettings(RealmConfig config) {
        return config.settings().getByPrefix("user_search.").isEmpty() == false;




 

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