Error when saving realm with sql resolver

I’m using privacyIDEA 1.4-dev5 on Ubuntu 14.04-amd64.
I set up the mysql *useridresolver *and when I clicked on "Test connection"
everthing went fine.
Next I set up a realm with the sql resolver but when I click on “save” the
following error message appears:

Error saving realm configuration.: invalid literal for int() with base 10:
’:3306’

obviously the sql port doesn’t have “:” in the useridresolver configuration
:)On Monday, October 13, 2014 8:33:02 PM UTC+2, Paolo Stivanin wrote:

I’m using privacyIDEA 1.4-dev5 on Ubuntu 14.04-amd64.
I set up the mysql *useridresolver *and when I clicked on “Test
connection” everthing went fine.
Next I set up a realm with the sql resolver but when I click on “save” the
following error message appears:

Error saving realm configuration.: invalid literal for int() with base
10: ‘:3306’

Hi Paolo,

from a first glimpse I saw a bug in the creation of the connect string.
(code “cleanup” in the latest version)
I also need to check why the shiny new SQL test did not find this bug.

It looks like you are trying to setup an MySQL resolver.
As a workaround you may try to set up the resolver without a port!
You can leave the default port 3306 empty. Than this should not happen.

Kind regards
CorneliusAm Montag, 13. Oktober 2014 20:33:02 UTC+2 schrieb Paolo:

I’m using privacyIDEA 1.4-dev5 on Ubuntu 14.04-amd64.
I set up the mysql *useridresolver *and when I clicked on “Test
connection” everthing went fine.
Next I set up a realm with the sql resolver but when I click on “save” the
following error message appears:

Error saving realm configuration.: invalid literal for int() with base
10: ‘:3306’

HI Paolo,

does the workaround work for you?

If not - I added a fix to the master branch and started a build on the
ppa-dev launchpad to build 1.5~dev1.
Do you want to use this repository?
Otherwise I will add a bugfix version 1.4.0.1 tomorrow to the ppa (stable)
repo.

Kind regards
CorneliusAm Montag, 13. Oktober 2014 20:33:02 UTC+2 schrieb Paolo:

I’m using privacyIDEA 1.4-dev5 on Ubuntu 14.04-amd64.
I set up the mysql *useridresolver *and when I clicked on “Test
connection” everthing went fine.
Next I set up a realm with the sql resolver but when I click on “save” the
following error message appears:

Error saving realm configuration.: invalid literal for int() with base
10: ‘:3306’

Hello,
with version 1.5.0-dev the problem is solved but in the User View I cannot
get a list of the users that are inside the sql db…On Monday, October 13, 2014 9:33:52 PM UTC+2, corneliu...@netknights.it wrote:

HI Paolo,

does the workaround work for you?

If not - I added a fix to the master branch and started a build on the
ppa-dev launchpad to build 1.5~dev1.
Do you want to use this repository?
Otherwise I will add a bugfix version 1.4.0.1 tomorrow to the ppa (stable)
repo.

Kind regards
Cornelius

Am Montag, 13. Oktober 2014 20:33:02 UTC+2 schrieb Paolo:

I’m using privacyIDEA 1.4-dev5 on Ubuntu 14.04-amd64.
I set up the mysql *useridresolver *and when I clicked on “Test
connection” everthing went fine.
Next I set up a realm with the sql resolver but when I click on "save"
the following error message appears:

Error saving realm configuration.: invalid literal for int() with base
10: ‘:3306’

Hello,
I set up the database with the following cmds:

create database mydb;
use mydb;
create table users(userid INTEGER AUTO_INCREMENT PRIMARY KEY, username
VARCHAR(30), password VARCHAR(512));
insert into users(username, password) values(‘one’, ‘mypwd’);
insert into users(username, password) values(‘two’, ‘otherpwd’);

After that I successfully tested the connection and it reported me that it
has found 2 users.
Then I added a realm with this sql resolver but when I go to "user view"
nothing shows up.On Tuesday, October 14, 2014 6:39:05 AM UTC+2, corneliu...@netknights.it wrote:

Hello Paolo,

this might be due to a mapping issue.

What did you enter at the attribute mapping of your resolver?
You need to enter something like
{ “userid”: “Your ID column”, “username”, “The column with the name of
your user” }

If the resolver is set up correctly, you need to add this resolver to a
realm.
So you need to go to Config -> Realms and create a new realm (or edit an
existing) with the resolver in it.

Kind regards
Cornelius

Am Dienstag, 14. Oktober 2014 01:47:42 UTC+2 schrieb Paolo:

Hello,
with version 1.5.0-dev the problem is solved but in the User View I
cannot get a list of the users that are inside the sql db…

On Monday, October 13, 2014 9:33:52 PM UTC+2, corneliu...@netknights.it wrote:

HI Paolo,

does the workaround work for you?

If not - I added a fix to the master branch and started a build on the
ppa-dev launchpad to build 1.5~dev1.
Do you want to use this repository?
Otherwise I will add a bugfix version 1.4.0.1 tomorrow to the ppa
(stable) repo.

Kind regards
Cornelius

Am Montag, 13. Oktober 2014 20:33:02 UTC+2 schrieb Paolo:

I’m using privacyIDEA 1.4-dev5 on Ubuntu 14.04-amd64.
I set up the mysql *useridresolver *and when I clicked on “Test
connection” everthing went fine.
Next I set up a realm with the sql resolver but when I click on "save"
the following error message appears:

Error saving realm configuration.: invalid literal for int() with base
10: ‘:3306’

Hello Paolo,

this might be due to a mapping issue.

What did you enter at the attribute mapping of your resolver?
You need to enter something like
{ “userid”: “Your ID column”, “username”, “The column with the name of your
user” }

If the resolver is set up correctly, you need to add this resolver to a
realm.
So you need to go to Config -> Realms and create a new realm (or edit an
existing) with the resolver in it.

Kind regards
CorneliusAm Dienstag, 14. Oktober 2014 01:47:42 UTC+2 schrieb Paolo:

Hello,
with version 1.5.0-dev the problem is solved but in the User View I cannot
get a list of the users that are inside the sql db…

On Monday, October 13, 2014 9:33:52 PM UTC+2, corneliu...@netknights.it wrote:

HI Paolo,

does the workaround work for you?

If not - I added a fix to the master branch and started a build on the
ppa-dev launchpad to build 1.5~dev1.
Do you want to use this repository?
Otherwise I will add a bugfix version 1.4.0.1 tomorrow to the ppa
(stable) repo.

Kind regards
Cornelius

Am Montag, 13. Oktober 2014 20:33:02 UTC+2 schrieb Paolo:

I’m using privacyIDEA 1.4-dev5 on Ubuntu 14.04-amd64.
I set up the mysql *useridresolver *and when I clicked on “Test
connection” everthing went fine.
Next I set up a realm with the sql resolver but when I click on "save"
the following error message appears:

Error saving realm configuration.: invalid literal for int() with base
10: ‘:3306’

solved, thanks a lot :DOn Tuesday, October 14, 2014 9:21:50 AM UTC+2, corneliu...@netknights.it wrote:

Hi,
the resolver testing for sql resolver just checks, if it can access the
database and how many rows are in the table.
If you are seeing no users, there might be a problem with your attribute
mapping which you defined in the resolver definition.
It should be:

{ “userid”: “userid”, “username”: “username”, “password”: “password” }

Be sure to use double quotes.
If it does not work out, you can take a look at the logfile
privacyidea.log (or send it).
Kind regards
Cornelius

I have only dropped and recreated the table again and now it works :slight_smile:
I think I messed up the table during the various tests I have made!
The doc is OK, I have followed this[1] how to :slight_smile:

[1] http://www.howtoforge.com/secure-wordpress-login-with-two-factor-authentication-using-privacyideaOn Tuesday, October 14, 2014 11:31:01 AM UTC+2, corneliu...@netknights.it wrote:

You are very welcome.
Any further feedback is as always highly appreciated.
(Also some insights of yours, where the documentaiton might be lacking
something…, etc.)
Kind regards
Cornelius

Am Dienstag, 14. Oktober 2014 11:28:27 UTC+2 schrieb Paolo:

solved, thanks a lot :smiley:

On Tuesday, October 14, 2014 9:21:50 AM UTC+2, corneliu...@netknights.it wrote:

Hi,
the resolver testing for sql resolver just checks, if it can access the
database and how many rows are in the table.
If you are seeing no users, there might be a problem with your attribute
mapping which you defined in the resolver definition.
It should be:

{ “userid”: “userid”, “username”: “username”, “password”: “password” }

Be sure to use double quotes.
If it does not work out, you can take a look at the logfile
privacyidea.log (or send it).
Kind regards
Cornelius

You are very welcome.
Any further feedback is as always highly appreciated.
(Also some insights of yours, where the documentaiton might be lacking
something…, etc.)
Kind regards
CorneliusAm Dienstag, 14. Oktober 2014 11:28:27 UTC+2 schrieb Paolo:

solved, thanks a lot :smiley:

On Tuesday, October 14, 2014 9:21:50 AM UTC+2, corneliu...@netknights.it wrote:

Hi,
the resolver testing for sql resolver just checks, if it can access the
database and how many rows are in the table.
If you are seeing no users, there might be a problem with your attribute
mapping which you defined in the resolver definition.
It should be:

{ “userid”: “userid”, “username”: “username”, “password”: “password” }

Be sure to use double quotes.
If it does not work out, you can take a look at the logfile
privacyidea.log (or send it).
Kind regards
Cornelius

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Hi,
the resolver testing for sql resolver just checks, if it can access the
database and how many rows are in the table.
If you are seeing no users, there might be a problem with your attribute
mapping which you defined in the resolver definition.
It should be:

{ “userid”: “userid”, “username”: “username”, “password”: “password” }

Be sure to use double quotes.
If it does not work out, you can take a look at the logfile privacyidea.log
(or send it).
Kind regards
Cornelius