Bug #59103 The non-anonymous bind user password is lost when changing ldap settings
Submitted: 21 Dec 2010 21:07 Modified: 24 Jan 2011 19:46
Reporter: Jonathon Coombes Email Updates:
Status: Closed Impact on me:
None 
Category:MySQL Enterprise Monitor: Configuration Severity:S3 (Non-critical)
Version:2.3.1 OS:Any
Assigned to: Mark Matthews CPU Architecture:Any
Tags: active directory, LDAP, mem, Merlin

[21 Dec 2010 21:07] Jonathon Coombes
Description:
Each time the ldap settings are changed, the non-anonymous bind user password has to be re-entered otherwise the binding fails.

How to repeat:
Set the ldap settings to be working.

Try changing the ldap settings and notice that the password field is empty. Save changes and log out.

When you attempt to login again the non-anonymous binding fails.

Suggested fix:
Don't reset the password
[21 Dec 2010 21:13] Jonathon Coombes
Workaround is to make sure the password is set each time you save ldap settings.
[22 Dec 2010 0:06] Enterprise Tools JIRA Robot
Mark Matthews writes: 
Pushed to 2.3 for 2.3.2.
[11 Jan 2011 16:55] Enterprise Tools JIRA Robot
Andy Bang writes: 
Fix is in build 2.3.2.2050.
[11 Jan 2011 22:06] Enterprise Tools JIRA Robot
Marcos Palacios writes: 
Verified fixed in Monitor build 2.3.2.2050.
[24 Jan 2011 19:46] John Russell
Added to 2.3.2 change log:

Each time LDAP settings were changed, the binding would fail unless
the non-anonymous bind user password was re-entered.