[GeoNode-users] Help with geonodeAuthProvider configuration

Ivo Santos ivojfs at gmail.com
Thu Jan 21 04:30:17 PST 2016


Thank you for your reply. I think that I did understand what you were
saying... After some improvements, geonode and geoserver are still unable
to communicate when a user is logged on geonode (this time, independently
of being logged on geoserver).

On local_settings.py:

# OGC (WMS/WFS/WCS) Server Settings
    'default' : {
        'BACKEND' : 'geonode.geoserver',
        'LOCATION' : 'http://atlas.example.com:8080/geoserver/',
        'USER' : 'admin',
        'PASSWORD' : '*********************'



On geonodeAuthProvider/config.xml:


Does anyone have a clue of what is the problem? It seems the same problem
Ariel had in November:

Best regards,

2016-01-20 15:19 GMT+00:00 Alessio Fabiani <alessio.fabiani at geo-solutions.it

> The GeoNode/GeoServer security, right now, in order to work correctly
> needs both GeoNode and GeoServer exposed under the same domain (and the
> same port).
> Therefore if you expose GeoNode as http://mysite/ you must also expose
> GeoServer as http://mysite/geoserver
> The GeoNode authentication provider can be configured with
> http://localhost, I guess, but you must be sure that GeoServer is also
> exposed as http://localhost/geoserver.
> The rationale is that the GeoNodeSecurityClient looks for the
> AuthPrincipal from the cookies.
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> On Wed, Jan 20, 2016 at 3:58 PM, Ivo Santos <ivojfs at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi everyone,
>> After several limiting issues concerning the configuration of apache that
>> I have to thank you especially to Simone for all the help and guidance, I
>> am now with a problem with the connection between geonode and geoserver:
>> If user as log in on geoserver but not on geonode, he can view the layers.
>> If user is not loged on geoserver, he can not view the layers and the
>> error is:
>> 2016-01-20 14:39:59,947 WARN [geonode.security] - Error connecting to the
>> GeoNode server for authentication purposes
>> org.springframework.security.authentication.AuthenticationServiceException:
>> Communication with GeoNode failed (UsernamePasswordAuthenticationToken)
>> If user is logged on both geonode and geoserver it gives a internal error
>> (500).
>> Following this thread
>> <https://groups.google.com/forum/m/#!topic/geonode-users/84HvjbarPE8>I
>> tried to apply this doc
>> <https://github.com/GeoNode/geonode/commit/cc732e0a73c6d04d8f57fdf376dfb9a9848abd86>to
>> my installation but it didn't worked.
>> Does it have to remain like "http://localhost/" on both files or should
>> I substitute by "http://atlas.example.com" on both? If you need more
>> info please let me know.
>> Thank you for all the help and patience for this newcomer,
>> regards,
>> Ivo
>> --
>> Ivo Santos
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Ivo Santos
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