let me just stress that I'm quite new to galaxy and LDAP .. and that the
script is alpha/beta status :) and has not been tested thoroughly (in
particular not in a production environment).
On 30.03.2017 13:30, Hans-Rudolf Hotz wrote:
This is great! Thank you very much for sharing this with the community.
I hope I will find time to test this with our server soon.
On 03/30/2017 01:24 PM, Matthias Bernt wrote:
> Dear galaxy-dev,
> as a follow-up to my own question I have just implemented a little
> python script that syncs groups, group membership and to some extent
> also users from a LDAP server to a galaxy server.
> I have put this on github:
> I would be happy about any comments and suggestions.
> On 15.03.2017 15:20, Matthias Bernt wrote:
>> Dear galaxy developers,
>> I'm currently trying to establish galaxy at the UFZ research center in
>> Leipzig. I have some questions on how to match the infrastructure of
>> galaxy and and our local infrastructure. I would be really happy about
>> some comments on my ideas.
>> Galaxy external authentication via LDAP is already working -- worked
>> like a charm :)
>> How to integrate LDAP group data into galaxy?
>> My idea would be to regularly sync the groups and user-group
>> associations from LDAP to galaxy via the API/bioblend.
>> Adding groups and user-group associations should be no problem, but
>> how about removing users, groups, or associations? Are there any
>> pitfalls that I need to consider? How about data associated with deleted
>> users? Maybe there are already some scripts around that I could build
>> P.S. I'm afraid that I ask quite a lot of questions at the moment.
>> I hope that I will be soon able to contribute a bit.
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