CAS Management Publish Option

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Alex Morford

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Jul 27, 2022, 4:06:46 PMJul 27
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I've inherited a cas (5.3.5)/cas-management (5.3.6) setup from a colleague, and am trying to get it working as he implemented version control, but we never receive the option to publish the change, so they stay in the repo folder instead of the services folder. The following error is also appearing in the logs:

2022-07-27 08:42:45,036 ERROR [org.apereo.cas.mgmt.services.web.ServiceRepositoryController] - null

management properties:

### Server Settings ###
cas.server.name=https://sso.url
cas.server.prefix=${cas.server.name}/cas
mgmt.serverName=https://sso.url
mgmt.enableVersionControl=true
mgmt.servicesRepo=/etc/cas/repo
server.context-path=/cas-management
server.port=443

# Proxy Settings
server.port=8081
server.ssl.enabled=false
cas.server.http.enabled=false
cas.server.httpProxy.enabled=true
cas.server.httpProxy.secure=true
cas.server.httpProxy.scheme=https
cas.server.httpProxy.protocol=HTTP/1.1
cas.server.httpProxy.proxyPort=443
cas.audit.alternateClientAddrHeaderName=X-Forwarded-For

# Service Registry Settings
cas.serviceRegistry.json.location=file:/etc/cas/services

# CAS Authentication Settings
mgmt.adminRoles[0]=cn=AdminGroup,ou=groups,o=bu
mgmt.authzAttributes[0]=GroupAttribute

# Manage Available Attributes
cas.authn.attributeRepository.stub.attributes.XXX=XXX
cas.authn.attributeRepository.stub.attributes.XXX=XXX
cas.authn.attributeRepository.stub.attributes.XXX=XXX
cas.authn.attributeRepository.stub.attributes.uid=uid
cas.authn.attributeRepository.stub.attributes.XXX=XXX
cas.authn.attributeRepository.stub.attributes.XXX=XXX
cas.authn.attributeRepository.stub.attributes.XXX=XXX
cas.authn.attributeRepository.stub.attributes.mail=mail
cas.authn.attributeRepository.stub.attributes.preferredName=preferredName
cas.authn.attributeRepository.stub.attributes.givenName=givenName
cas.authn.attributeRepository.stub.attributes.sn=sn

# Logging Configuration
logging.config=file:/etc/cas/config/log4j2-management.xml

Any thoughts on this issue?


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