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  1. Grouper
  2. GRP-331

allow multiple target objects to be provisioned per subject

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    • Type: New Feature
    • Status: Resolved
    • Priority: Minor
    • Resolution: Fixed
    • Affects Version/s: None
    • Fix Version/s: 1.5.0
    • Component/s: provisioning
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      Description

      The boolean multiple-results configuration option will provision multiple objects on a target LDAP directory for a single subject.

      <source-subject-identifiers>
      <source-subject-identifier source="jdbc" subject-attribute="id">
      <ldap-search base="ou=testpeople,${base}" scope="subtree_scope" filter="(cn=

      {0}

      )"
      multiple-results="false" />
      </source-subject-identifier>
      </source-subject-identifiers>

      If two objects have the same cn

      dn: cn=test.subject.1,ou=testpeople
      cn: test.subject.1

      dn: cn=test.subject.2,ou=testpeople,
      cn: test.subject.2
      cn: test.subject.1

      and a group has one member "test.subject.1",

      then both objects will be provisioned if multiple-results="true"

      dn: cn=groupB,ou=edu,ou=testgroups,${base}
      hasMember: name.test.subject.1
      member: cn=test.subject.1,ou=testpeople
      member: cn=test.subject.2,ou=testpeople

      dn: cn=test.subject.1,ou=testpeople,dc=testgrouper,dc=edu
      ismemberof: edu:groupB

      dn: cn=test.subject.2,ou=testpeople,dc=testgrouper,dc=edu
      ismemberof: edu:groupB

      The hasMember (group-members-name-list) value is single valued since the single subject with identifier "test.subject.1" has two provisioned objects.

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              tom.zeller@at.internet2.edu Tom Zeller
              Reporter:
              tom.zeller@at.internet2.edu Tom Zeller
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