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Subject: Re: Using CAJ in production
From: "J. Lewis Muir" <jlmuir@imca-cat.org>
To: Matej Sekoranja <matej.sekoranja@cosylab.com>
Cc: "Shankar, Murali" <mshankar@slac.stanford.edu>, "tech-talk@aps.anl.gov" <tech-talk@aps.anl.gov>
Date: Mon, 03 Dec 2012 09:15:11 -0600
On 12/3/12 5:44 AM, Matej Sekoranja wrote:
>> Hi, Matej.
>>
>> OK, if CA expects the short hostname, why is that not the default in
>> CAJ?  Why even provide the CAJ_STRIP_HOSTNAME system property?  If there
>> is a dot in the name, just drop it and everything after it.
> 
> CAJ default is SHN, however under some circumstances it can return FQDN.
> At that time we decided to go that way (and not be smart in CAJ code).

Hi, Matej.

Would you be willing to change the default behavior to act as if the
CAJ_STRIP_HOSTNAME system property had been set to true?  If the
underlying implementation is broken and returns an FQDN where it should
not, and if you don't do anything to correct that in CAJ, then CAJ will
be using a hostname that will not work with Access Security.  No one
wants that.

Thanks,

Lewis

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