As a system admin, I want to be able to configure multiple LDAP targets to ease so my admin work is simplified and the right users in my org can participate in processes.
Multiple search basis can be configured (as in Option 1 from )
as an example, each sub-item like "Birch", "Oak", etc. a sub-query will need to be defined such that only a portion (whatever the query says) of the users in the sub-domain will be pull synchronized.
Also, each sub-domain should have it's own query such that "Birch" could have a different query string from "Oak".
It as assumed that there is only one LDAP Server (that might have multiple domains), not multiple LDAP Servers.
There is NO requirement for multiple attributes per domain (all attributes are shared for sub-domain)
This assumes the LDAP Implementation (not the Active Directory only implementation)
One way of supporting this in current APS implementation (and probably the practical) is to define multiple userSearchBase & groupSearchBase i.e.
Update current implementation to iterate over each user/group search base and sync them.
This assumes that attribute names are the same for each domain i.e.
[This issue has been reassigned to firstname.lastname@example.org as part of the Alfresco cloud migration project. The reporter of this issue was djohnson]