I can't find any documentation on the Internet explaining how to Setup OpenERP v7.0 to use LDAP as an user database.
It seems like there is an auth_ldap module in the addons directory, but I can't find anything to configure this.
Check out the link below
Once installed, the ldap module will add a new table inside the "company" records. You'll be able to access through:
Settings > Companies
You select your company and then go on the configuration tab. You'll then enter your connection info.
Step by step screenshot to be given when enough karma :s
I downloaded the openLDAP virtualbox version from turnkeylinux.org, import it into virtualbox.
after that add a new group names people, so that i got ou=people, and add an user under ou=people.
then i follow the setting from this link http://www.zbeanztech.com/blog/can-joomla-users-login-openerp-using-ldap
below are some setting i copy from that link:
6.Install python package,otherwise users_ldap module in openerp will not function sudo apt-get install python-ldap 7.Install users_ldap module in the openerp which comes by default with openerp-server addons 8.Configuration at the openerp side, "Administration-->Companies-->Companies",Your company profile and enter following details in ldap parametres LDAP Server Address : your machine IP (127.0.0.1 <-if ldap running on the same server) LDAP Server Port : 389 LDAP Bind Dn : cn=admin,dc=example,dc=com (if you had changed dc component then enter the same here and for followings) LDAP password : Your admin ldap password LDAP Base : ou=people,dc=example,dc=com <-- change 'dc' here LDAP filter : (uid=%s) create user : checked Model User : demo user sequence : 10
then you can login if your ldap user is exist in openERP, but got ERROR if the new user your create in openLDAP but not in openERP, hope some one can solve this problem.
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