Im presently trying to configure LDAP to work with my AEM install.
im working with version 6.4 and i did follow the steps found here:
To provide the configManager the LDAP server info. as far as i can tell it looks ok, but now, i want to test this out.
What i'm trying to achieve is that when people access my forms portal, they wont be asked to provide a username and password.
How can i set this up now, so that i no longer see the login page?
Thank you very much,
As you can see - we tested the user in that article and showed it as an AEM user.
thx again smacdonald, I will have a look and see.
Although this is an older community article - it should get you up and running. We will update this too for use with AEM 6.4.
Also - LDAP imports users - if you do not want to see the login page - you may need more of SSO.
Perfect, I did see some stuff on SSO, but I couldn’t understand what needed to b e put in the mandatory field where it mentions something about the Header.
I will look at all of it and reply here if I need a bit more understanding of course, thx again ☺
I just followed the article and it worked with Apache DS.
Alright first issue all ready , when looking at the provided screens in OSGI, for LDAP Identity Provider, and the other 2, I cant save the data in these?? there's no Edit button, and when I double click it, the save doesn't really work. Is this normal?
im at these steps right now
Configure AEM with ApacheDS
To configure AEM 6 to use LDAP, configure these OSGi configuration settings:
These cant be modified right now
You have the ability to modify the settings in these AEM Config screens.
Also - we updated the LDAP article to AEM 6.4 -- Adobe Experience Manager Help | Configuring Adobe Experience Manager 6.4 to use Apache Directory Ser...