The best way is using @Grab to download in Runtime the LDAP library from Apache.org servers.

More info about the class


@GrabResolver(name='apache-snapshot', root='http://repository.apache.org/snapshots/')
@Grab(group='org.apache.directory', module='groovyldap', version='0.1-SNAPSHOT')

import org.apache.directory.groovyldap.*

log.setLevel(org.apache.log4j.Level.DEBUG)
log.debug "Connecting EXAMPLE LDAP..."
ldap = LDAP.newInstance('ldap://server:port/', 'CN=LDAP User, CN=Users,DC=example,DC=com', '******')
log.debug "Connection completed"
log.debug "Verifying if Raul Pelaez exists in the 9th dimension...."
exists = ldap.exists('cn=Raul Pelaez,dc=example,dc=com')
if (exists) {
log.debug "Yes... he exists!"
log.debug "Searching users"
results = ldap.search('(objectClass=user)', 'DC=example,DC=com', SearchScope.SUB )
log.debug "# Entries found: ${results.size}"
//for (entry in results) {
// log.debug "User: "+ entry.cn;
// break;
//}
}

/*
ADD NEW USER
heather = [
objectclass: ['top', 'person'],
sn: 'Nova',
cn: 'Heather Nova'
]

ldap.add('cn=Heather Nova,dc=example,dc=com', heather)
*/
/*
MODIFY NEW USER
dn = 'cn=Heather Nova,dc=example,dc=com'

// Adding a single attribute
descr = [ description: 'a singer-songwriter' ]
ldap.modify(dn, 'ADD', descr)

// performing two operations atomically
mods = [
[ 'REPLACE', [description: 'a singer-songwriter, born in Bermuda'] ],
[ 'ADD', [userPassword: 'secret'] ]
]
ldap.modify(dn, mods)
*/

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2 replies on “How to connect to LDAP with Groovy in JIRA

  1. i want to send mail alert to jira user who is not logged in last 30 days which sholud be automatic mail alert system how to write the groovy code or any polugins to this

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    1. Hi Mahendar,

      Please use a mix with these lines:

      import com.atlassian.jira.security.login.LoginManager
      import com.atlassian.jira.security.login.LoginInfo

      def loginManager = ComponentAccessor.getComponentOfType(LoginManager.class)
      Long lastLoginTime = loginManager.getLoginInfo(user.name).getLastLoginTime()

      And to obtain the users of the Jira Directory (and send a mail):
      https://mraddon.blog/2018/02/03/jira-groovy-script-to-send-a-mail-to-jira-groups/

      And to send a mail using groovy:
      https://mraddon.blog/2018/02/11/jira-groovy-postfunction-to-send-a-mail-with-the-description-content-of-the-issue-in-html/

      Best regards

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