Upgrade IdPv3.2.0 doesn't like property placeholders.

O'Dowd, Josh Josh.O'Dowd at mso.umt.edu
Thu Dec 3 16:34:25 EST 2015

Hi Rod,

You are correct.  My bad!  We ignore our metadata directory in our git repo.  I must have done a pull/merge or hard reset, which eliminated the idp-metadata.xml, prior to running the install script.

With the idp-metadata.xml present, install.sh runs without incident, regardless of property placeholders in idp.properties file.

-Josh O'Dowd 

-----Original Message-----
From: users [mailto:users-bounces at shibboleth.net] On Behalf Of Rod Widdowson
Sent: Thursday, December 3, 2015 10:41 AM
To: 'Shib Users' <users at shibboleth.net>
Subject: RE: Upgrade IdPv3.2.0 doesn't like property placeholders.

> > I know it manipulates the property files on initial install, but I 
> > didn't think it
> did on upgrades.
> Understood...  The upgrade piece definitely has a dependency to 
> resolve the idp.properties file during execution, though.  I should have anticipated this.

I looked at this and I immediately remembered that the metadata generation task will look at idp.home (because it needs to know where the credentials are).

But that stage isn't supposed to run unless the metadata file isn't there.  Can you confirm whether that is what it trying to do?  If it wasn't I'll need to look further.


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