jburns80
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UserApplication Client configuration issue.

Our situation:
We have 2 UA servers. We wanted to store the client settings in the DB. We altered the ism-configuration.properties file based on the documentation provided by MF. So the issues we have now encountered are:
Dashboard no longer loads and throws the error: Internal Error. Please contact Administrator.
The cache settings are completely wiped out and can no longer flush the cache.
Cluster mode can't be enabled.
Administrator assignments seem to have been corrupted or altered in some odd way.
User search function now fails.

Has anyone sucessfully changed from file system mode to database mode without seeing a wide array of errors?

Our environment
RHEL 7
Idvault 4.7.2
UA version 4.7.2
eDir 9.1.2
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Re: UserApplication Client configuration issue.

jburns80 <jburns80@no-mx.forums.microfocus.com> wrote:
>

Our situation:
> We have 2 UA servers. We wanted to store the client settings in the DB.

We altered the ism-configuration.properties file based on the
documentation provided by MF. So the issues we have now encountered
are:
> Dashboard no longer loads and throws the error: Internal Error. Please

contact Administrator.
> The cache settings are completely wiped out and can no longer flush the

cache.
> Cluster mode can't be enabled.
> Administrator assignments seem to have been corrupted or altered in some

odd way.
> User search function now fails.
>
> Has anyone sucessfully changed from file system mode to database mode

without seeing a wide array of errors?
>


Yes. Same environment as you except UA 4.7.1.1

This can be tricky to get right.

You need to add two lines to ism-configuration.properties

com.netiq.idmdash.client.settings.store.preference = database

And

com.netiq.idm.rbpm.updateConfig-On-StartUp = true

Clear your browser cache. Then restart tomcat.


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jburns80
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Re: UserApplication Client configuration issue.

That didn't seem to help. Looks like when changing the client setting to Database something got screwy with the settings, I see this error in the logs: Caused by: com.netiq.idm.settings.AdminClientSettingsException: Client Not Found.
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jburns80
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Re: UserApplication Client configuration issue.

It seems like the default client is not getting properly applied with switching to the Database option for the client settings.
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Re: UserApplication Client configuration issue.

jburns80 wrote:

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> It seems like the default client is not getting properly applied with
> switching to the Database option for the client settings.


Did you get this to work in the end?
I recall I had to tweak some stuff directly in the DB in one instance to get
this to work.

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