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72:ldap_key_attribute [2018/07/16 12:52]
bkkr created
72:ldap_key_attribute [2018/07/16 12:53] (current)
bkkr [Key Attribute]
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 The key attribute is therefore used to specify a Stages user attribute, whose value will be set in an authentication schema to build up the distinguished name of a LDAP user entry. The key attribute is therefore used to specify a Stages user attribute, whose value will be set in an authentication schema to build up the distinguished name of a LDAP user entry.
  
-Possible values for the key attribute are:+//Possible values for the key attribute are://
  
-  ​* username+   * username
   * fullname   * fullname
   * authenicationUsername   * authenicationUsername
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 +**NOTE: **If the key attribute is set to “authenticationUsername“,​ then the value is used directly to authenticate a user and it is not set in the authentication schema. The login name directly corresponds to the distinguished name of the LDAP entry. The values of these user attributes are stated when a new user gets created in Stages