We’re trying to enable LDAP logins on our Taiga installation and have a couple questions:
(1) Do we have to use a plugin? GitHub - Monogramm/taiga-contrib-ldap-auth-ext: Extended Taiga plugin for LDAP authentication
(2) Can we put the LDAPs configuration information directly in the .env file?
Hi @adriansobers did you check this guide written by @TuringTux ?
Hope it solves your questions!
We did but it didn’t work. Tried this option, GitHub - Monogramm/taiga-contrib-ldap-auth-ext: 🐍 Extended Taiga plugin for LDAP authentication. I think we got an error starting the container after enabling the line with the volumes in the taiga-front section. We can revisit.
To be clear, we must use a plugin for LDAP support and it’s not an option to enter the LDAP details in the .env file?
.env is an easy way to populate the
docker-compose.yml. If you define a new variable in it, you must use it in docker-compose.yml to take effect in the service.
You can share the logs with us, maybe the error is related to how you are mounting the volumens. But this plugin is from the community and we, the Taiga, team, have not test it.
We know It’s not so easy to include external plugins to a compiled docker image (we try to solve it in TaigaNext) so maybe it could be more easy to setup from source code. At least to trace errors.
I hope someone from the Monogramm team or from the community who has used it can resolve your doubts.