Subject: Grouper Users - Open Discussion List
- From: Chris Hyzer <>
- To: Rahul Doshi <>, "" <>
- Subject: [grouper-users] RE: multiple subject sources
- Date: Fri, 29 Mar 2013 07:10:01 +0000
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I don’t think thre is a good way to do this at the moment…
I don’t think you want two subject sources where users move from one to the other, since the member table will consider them two different users… the old one will be unresolvable by the id/source combination, or if you migrated, then it wouldn’t really be followable in the auditing and point in time. Know what I mean? I guess you could edit the grouper_members table’s source_id for a person if they move from active to inactive or visaversa, though I don’t really recommend this since it is internal to Grouper and Im not sure what could happen.
At Penn we solve this by having the active/inactive string in the description of the subject, which shows up on the search results, and which can be searched for.
My listing is:
Michael Christopher Hyzer (mchyzer, 10021368) (active) Staff - Isc Administrative Systems Tools And Technologies – Application Architect (also: Alumni)
An inactive person would display as:
John Smith (12345678) (NOT_ACTIVE) Student - Summer Session - No Major
When we search, we just show everyone, and the user can clearly see who is active or not. If they only want active people, they can search for “john smith (active)”. Though would be nice if they don’t specify to have the subject source add a filter for (active) being the search string. We could do that, though there wouldn’t be an easy way for them to know that they need to enter “john smith not_active” to search the not active people… anyways, we haven’t really had a problem with people accidentally picking the wrong person… does just showing the active state work for you? J
We are planning to have two subject sources in our environment. One that will have all the active users and other that will have suspended and deleted users or
inactive users. We want to configure grouper so that by default it just searches active users subject source instead of all subject sources. Is it possible to do that using simple configuration or I would have to customize the JSP? For certain groups like
group of all suspended users we want to specify default subject source to be of inactive users. Can we specify the inactive users subject source at the group level let's say at the time of group creation so the that add member automatically only searches
for users in inactive users subject source instead of first selecting inactive users subject source manually to limit the search. If this is not already supported can it be considered as a feature request? Also I would welcome any suggestions on how to implement
- [grouper-users] multiple subject sources, Rahul Doshi, 03/27/2013
- [grouper-users] RE: multiple subject sources, Chris Hyzer, 03/29/2013
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- RE: [grouper-users] multiple subject sources, Gagné Sébastien, 03/28/2013
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