LDAP - Empty list of attributes

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LDAP - Empty list of attributes



I have a problem with the LDAP component. I try to create a LDAP schema to use in my job insert informations in a database.

In the creation of my schema, all the tests of connection are successful and I can get the default Base DN. But when I want choose attributes that I need the list of attributes is empty (you can see it in picture after).

I do not have the same problem with other LDAP connections in other projects but this time I use the LDAPS(SSL) method. Is this can be an explanation ?

My version of Talend is TOS 6.2.1.


Thanks for any help and sorry for my rough english I'm from France.





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Re: LDAP - Empty list of attributes


For your LDAP (SSL) connection, the certification is Ok with you?

Does this issue also repro on V 6.3?

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Re: LDAP - Empty list of attributes


Thanks for the answer.

The certification seems Ok, I do not have problems until the selection of attributes.

I didn't try on the version 6.3, I will see...



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Re: LDAP - Empty list of attributes


After some other tries I found I have this error which occurs:

ERROR org.talend.commons.exception.CommonExceptionHandler  - error pre-initialising SSL for JNDI connection: javax.net.ssl.SSLException: SSL Initialisation error: file '/usr/lib/jvm/java-8-openjdk-amd64/jre\lib\security\cacerts' does not exist.


I searched this file and it exists but in /usr/lib/jvm/java-8-openjdk-amd64/jre/lib/security (with slashes and no backslashes, I work on Ubuntu).

I don't think but is it possible to change this path in configuration ? 

Thanks for any help.


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Re: LDAP - Empty list of attributes

Hello, I saw the same problem.


As I couldn't change the cacerts path in talend configuration, I copied my cacerts file as Talend said.


That is :

cp /usr/lib/jvm/java-8-openjdk-amd64/jre/lib/security/cacerts /usr/lib/jvm/java-8-openjdk-amd64/jre\lib\security\cacerts


This quick fix works in my environment. In Linux, the file path character is '/' not '\'. It seems Talend remembers wrong file path character.



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