in our environemtn we are using more then 1 LDAP server. Each LDAP server (type SUNONE) hosts specific users, so all users exist just once and are unique.
The configuration is of more then 1 LDAP repository is possible and they can be added to the fedarated repository successfully. And furthermore it is possible to search and address the users when using DASH, user roles.
BUT, when running "users and groups --> Manage users" in Websphere I get an error (see attached file) and the window for searching/creating users doesn't open.
We are using Websphere 22.214.171.124
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3 replies Latest Post - 2013-02-04T08:42:16Z by mkluett
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PaulCarroll 0600026Y1U3 PostsACCEPTED ANSWER
Re: Websphere error when using LDAP2013-02-01T21:45:26Z in response to mkluettWAS's user repository search uses a timeout to prevent searches from taking too long, as described in this older WAS APAR: http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg1PK71724. The WAS Manage Users portlet is set to automatically query all users when loaded (verified in WAS 8.0 and 126.96.36.199), and with multiple LDAPs or with lots of users that could take longer than the default timeout. In that older APAR's case, the user management portlet was essentially displaying an empty result when the time limit was exceeded, rather than informing the user that timeout occurred. Now you are getting the timeout error, which would be appropriate if dismissing the error allowed you to continue and search with different search terms. Is this workaround possible?
We are also reaching out to WAS support, and will contact you directly with details if an APAR is required.
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