Pax LDAP Server
  1. Pax LDAP Server
  2. PAXLDAP-1

Unable to download pax-ldapserver-apacheds.jar

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    • Type: Bug Bug
    • Status: Closed
    • Priority: Major Major
    • Resolution: Fixed
    • Affects Version/s: None
    • Fix Version/s: None
    • Component/s: None
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    • Environment:
      Windows XP

      Description

      Downloading of the pax-ldapserver-apacheds.jar file fails with an error 'URL [mvn:org.ops4j.pax.ldapserver/pax-ldapserver-apacheds/0.0.1-SNAPSHOT] could not be resolved."

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        Rijoy R added a comment -

        well... that did work... couldn't find the 'INFO' line you specified tho.. as there were way too many things being printed on the console(almost like an infinite loop) in the midst of which i connected thru the Directory Studio and it was successful.

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        Rijoy R added a comment - well... that did work... couldn't find the 'INFO' line you specified tho.. as there were way too many things being printed on the console(almost like an infinite loop) in the midst of which i connected thru the Directory Studio and it was successful.
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        Rijoy R added a comment -

        now i did find that line too...
        thanks again....

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        Rijoy R added a comment - now i did find that line too... thanks again....
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        Matthias Küspert added a comment -

        Good to hear it's working

        The huge output may occur because the log level is still set to DEBUG. However, when running from the checked out folder then the log level should be INFO as specified in configuration/org.ops4j.pax.logging.cfg.

        The output you see is mainly ApacheDS loading the ldif file(s) from the configuration directory. These files are intended to hold the initial LDAP data.

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        Matthias Küspert added a comment - Good to hear it's working The huge output may occur because the log level is still set to DEBUG. However, when running from the checked out folder then the log level should be INFO as specified in configuration/org.ops4j.pax.logging.cfg. The output you see is mainly ApacheDS loading the ldif file(s) from the configuration directory. These files are intended to hold the initial LDAP data.
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        Toni Menzel added a comment -

        Great! Just tried myself.

        Anyway, i think it would be better to have those discussions on the mailinglist, because this makes it more likely to be observed by others + will be indexed by google

        btw, good job with ldapserver, matthias !

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        Toni Menzel added a comment - Great! Just tried myself. Anyway, i think it would be better to have those discussions on the mailinglist, because this makes it more likely to be observed by others + will be indexed by google btw, good job with ldapserver, matthias !
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        Rijoy R added a comment -

        Working like a charm...

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        Rijoy R added a comment - Working like a charm...

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          • Assignee:
            Matthias Küspert
            Reporter:
            Rijoy R
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