Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1477531
Incorrect attribute level rights (ipaallowedtoperform) of service object
Last modified: 2017-09-22 12:01:42 EDT
Description of problem:
In WebUI tables for "Allowed for retrieve/create keytab" user/host/hostgroups/usergroups on service details page are shown as read-only - it is not possible to add anything. This state is there until the first user/usergroup/host/hostgroup is added over CLI. Then tables become writable.
Before adding user/usergroup/host/hostgroup in CLI the API response does not contain 'ipaallowedtoperform' in attributelevelrights at all. After that the attribute level right is added into response and WebUI is shown correctly.
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Steps to Reproduce:
1. Install ipa server
2. Go to WebUI Identity - Services
3. Choose any service
4. Scroll down to 'Allow to retrieve/create keytab'
5. It is not possible to add any user/usergroup/host/hostgroup
6. Open command line and add a user to the particular service
$ ipa service-allow-create-keytab
7. Go back to WebUI
8. Add button is now not grayed out
It should be possible to add user/usergroup/host/hostgroup right away, not only after first add.
Is this a regression?
It works properly in ipa-4.4.0-12 on RHEL 7.3, so yes.
The bug occurs after upgrade from RHEL7.3 to RHEL7.4, too. Even in case that some data has been already added into those tables before upgrade.