6. Configuring Group Mapping

To map authenticated users to groups:

  1. Open the cluster topology descriptor file, $cluster-name.xml, in a text editor.

  2. Add a Pseudo identity-assertion provider to topology/gateway with the group.principal.mapping parameter as follows:

    <provider> <role>identity-assertion</role> <name>Pseudo</name> <enabled>true</enabled> <param> <name>group.principal.mapping</name> <value> $cluster_users = $group ; $cluster_users = $group </value> </param> </provider>


    • the value is a semi-colon-separated list of definitions and the variables are specific to your environment.

    • $cluster_users is a comma-separated list of authenticated user or the wildcard (*) indicating all users.

    • $group is the name of the group that the user is in for Service Level Authorization.

  3. Save the file.

    The gateway creates a new WAR file with modified timestamp in $gateway/data/deployments.

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