First you need to create a custom directory connector. The simplest way to accomplish this is to add a JAR file with the necessary classes to the Crowd
WEB-INF/lib folder. For details, please see Creating a Custom Directory Connector.
Once you have added your JAR file to the Crowd
WEB-INF/lib folder, you are ready to configure a Custom Directory Connector, as described below.
To configure a Custom Directory Connector,
Screenshot: 'Create Custom Directory'
Custom Directory Store Attributes
The name used to identify the directory within Crowd. This is useful when there are multiple directories configured, e.g. Chicago Employees or Web Customers.
Details about this specific directory.
Only deselect this if you wish to prevent all users within the directory from accessing all mapped applications. If a directory is not marked as 'Active', it is inactive. Inactive directories:
- Using the Directory Browser
- Adding a Directory
- Configuring Caching for an LDAP Directory
- Using Naive DN Matching
- Specifying Directory Permissions
- Importing Users and Groups into a Directory