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Version Warning

The content below is for Apache Syncope <= 1.2 - for later versions the Reference Guide is available.

Apache Syncope < 1.2.X

Introduction

This wiki page aims to show hot to manage configuration parameters via administration console.

The following important configuration parameters are given by default; values can be changed to reflect own deployment environment.

  • createRequest.allowed
    true, if self-registration is allowed; false, otherwise.
  • password.cipher.algorithm
    Password cipher algorithm (supported values are: AES, SMD5, SHA1, SHA256, SSHA1, BCRYPT).
  • smtp.host and smtp.port
    SMTP (host and port) used to send email notifications; if authentication is needed, also smtp.username and smtp.password must be provided.
  • token.expireTime
    Double opt-in token expire time.
  • token.length
    Double opt-in token length.
  • notificationjob.cronExpression
    Cron-like expression for the notification job to run: empty string means disabled.
  • notification.maxRetries
    Maximum number of times a notification is attempted before giving up.
  • authentication.statuses
    The statuses when an user is allowed to authenticate: use | as separator with no spaces.
  • log.lastlogindate
    true, if user login date has to be saved upon successful authentication (default); false, otherwise.

New parameters can be added in order to be used by the new overlay implementations.

Create new parameter

  1. Click on Configuration tab.
  2. Click on Parameters subtab.
  3. Click on Create new configuration and provide key and value.
  4. Click on Save button.

Edit parameter

  1. Click on Configuration tab.
  2. Click on Parameters subtab.
  3. Click on Edit link and change parameter value.
  4. Click on Save button.

Delete parameter

  1. Click on Configuration tab.
  2. Click on Parameters subtab.
  3. Click on Delete link.
  4. Confirm operation.

Apache Syncope >= 1.2.X

In order to create a new configuration parameter is necessary to create a schema.

Create new Configuration schema

  1. Click on Schema tab.
  2. Click on Configuration subtab.
  3. Create new Configuration Schema

Set a value to a Configuration parameter

  1. Go to Configuration tab
  2. Click on the rigth side on the bullet list Icon
  3. Set the value for your new configuration parameter

Delete a Configuration schema

  1. Click on Schema tab.
  2. Click on Configuration subtab.

  1. Click on Delete link.
  2. Confirm operation.