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README.md

Prerequisites

Same as sync-endpoint-containers

Build

  1. Follow instructions on sync-endpoint-containers to build odk/sync_endpoint
  2. Follow instructions on https://github.com/opendatakit/sync-endpoint-web-ui to build odk/sync-web-ui
  3. Build db-bootstrap with docker build -t odk/db-bootstrap db-bootstrap
  4. Build openldap with docker build -t odk/openldap openldap
  5. Build phpldapadmin with docker build -t odk/phpldapadmin phpldapadmin

Run

  1. docker stack deploy -c docker-compose.yml syncldap to deploy all services
  2. Navigate to https://127.0.0.1:40000 (or whichever IP address and port you set up when you initialized your Docker stack) and create a user. See the LDAP section below for detail
    Note: Your browser might warn you about invalid certificate
  3. The Sync Endpoint will take around 30s to start then it will be running at http://127.0.0.1

If you don't want the database bootstrap script to run, set the DB_BOOTSTRAP environment variable in db.env to false.

Clean up

  1. Remove the stack with, docker stack rm syncldap
  2. Remove volumes with, docker volume rm $(docker volume ls -f "label=com.docker.stack.namespace=syncldap" -q)

Configuration

config and docker-compose.yml hold configuration for different parts. Refer to the individual files for options.

jdbc.properties and docker-compose.yml are configured to use PostgreSQL by default but MySQL and MSSQL are also supported.

LDAP

The default admin account is cn=admin,dc=example,dc=org. The default password is admin, it can be changed with the LDAP_ADMIN_PASSWORD environment variable in ldap.env.

The default readonly account is cn=readonly,dc=example,dc=org. The defualt password is readonly, it can be changed with the LDAP_READONLY_USER_PASSWORD environment variable in ldap.env. This account is used by the Sync Endpoint to retrieve user information.

Creating users (with phpLDAPadmin)

  1. Click login on the left and login as admin
  2. Expand the tree view on the left until you see ou=people
  3. Click on ou=people and choose Create a child entry
  4. Choose the Generic: User Account template
  5. Fill out the form and click create object
  6. Refer to the section below on assigning this user to groups

A password is required for users to log in to Sync endpoint.

The gidNumber attribute is used by Sync endpoint to determine a user's default group.

Creating groups (with phpLDAPadmin)

  1. Click login on the left and login as admin
  2. Expand the tree view on the left until you see ou=groups
  3. Click on ou=default_prefix and choose Create a child entry
  4. Choose the Generic: Posix Group template
  5. Fill out the form and click create object
    Note: the group name must start with the group prefix, in this case the group prefix is default_prefix, e.g. default_prefix my-new-group

Assigning users to groups (with phpLDAPadmin)

  1. Click login on the left and login as admin
  2. Expand the tree view on the left until you see ou=default_prefix, then expand ou=default_prefix
  3. This list is all the groups under ou=default_prefix
  4. Click on the group that you want to assign users to
  5. If the memberUid section is not present,
    1. Choose Add new attribute
    2. Choose memberUid from the dropdown, then enter uid of the user you want to assign
    3. Click update object at the bottom to update
  6. If the memberUid section is present,
    1. Navigate to the memberUid section
    2. Click modify group members to manage members

Using ldap-utils

The ldap-service container has ldap-utils installed. If you'd prefer, you may use that toolset to administer the LDAP directory as well. Use this command to access them, docker exec $(docker ps -f "label=com.docker.swarm.service.name=${STACK_NAME}_sync" --format '{{.ID}}') <LDAPTOOL> <ARGS>

Advanced Configuration

Using a Different Database or LDAP directory

See here.

Managing Identity through DHIS2

  1. Modify config/sync-endpoint/security.properties to fill in the Settings for DHIS2 Authentication section
  2. Set security.server.authenticationMethod in security.properties to dhis2
  3. [OPTIONAL] Remove OpenLDAP and phpLDAPadmin from docker-compose.yml

After restarting your Sync Endpoint server, you will be able to login to Sync Endpoint using the same credentials you use for your DHIS2 server. DHIS2 organization units and groups, with membership preserved, will be converted to Sync Endpoint groups and accesible through the Sync Endpoint REST API.

Warnings

  • The database and the LDAP directory set up here are meant only for testing and evaluation. When running in production you should configure a production ready database and a production ready LDAP directory. Using the pre-configured database and directory in production can result in poor performance and degraded availabiltiy.
  • You should refer to Docker Swarm documentation on running a production ready Swarm.
  • We recommend that you host Sync Endpoint on a commercial cloud provider (e.g. Google Cloud Platform, Amazon AWS, Microsoft Azure, etc.) If you want to host Sync Endpoint on premise, you should consult your System Administrator for appropriate hardware.
  • Always make regular backups and test your backups to prevent potential data loss.

See the Advanced Configuration for instructions on swapping out the database or LDAP directory.

Notes

The OpenLDAP container is from osixia/openldap

The phpLDAPadmin container is from osixia/phpldapadmin

Refer to their respecitve documentations for usage information.