LDAP Settings Missing Password Check

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4/28/2017 3:37:59 PM
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LDAP Settings Missing Password Check

Hello.  Version  2.5.0.0 MSSQL

Nice work on the new version.  It seems the LDAP settings is missing a field.  "Your LDAP user password" is not in the list under LDAP Settings, so it will not to the LDAP settings. I don't remember having to setup anything else to have the LDAP for authentication turned on. Also, I do not see how to upload a screenshot to this post.

Thanks

5/3/2017 11:30:41 AM
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Re: LDAP Settings Missing Password Check

Hi Jonathan,

There was a small bug in our latest skins CSS that was hiding the field.

I've fixed the bug and updated the skins in the mojoskins repository, if you download the latest skins it should fix you issue.

The issue was caused by us accidentally hiding the whole settingrow instead of some <br> elements inside the settingrow.

At line 17 in the misc.less file this [id$="_divLdapTestPassword"] was changed to this [id$="_divLdapTestPassword"] br and then the project was compiled using Prepros through the same steps as described in Customizing Framework with Bootswatch.

If you someone needs to fix the skin they have and don't want to worry about compiling the LESS to CSS, you can open main.css and search for [id$="_divLdapTestPassword"] and just add a space and <br> right after it.

Thanks,
Elijah

5/8/2017 7:20:13 AM
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Re: LDAP Settings Missing Password Check

Thanks Elijah,

I had just found the visible:hidden, just wasn't sure where it was coming from.  I made the change.  I am now able to turn on LDAP.