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If integrated database authentication is used and no database credentials are used, Openfire fails to start

Description

If you are using integrated database authentication and no credentials are specified in the openfire.xml configuration file, then OpenFire will fail to start with the errors in the attached file.

The issue was created with the attached configuration file.

The workaround is in the openfireGood.xml attachment. It should be noted that the SQL credentials do not need to be valid.

Environment

Windows

Acceptance Test - Entry

OpenFire can be configured for integrated database authentication without providing superfluous credentials.

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Greg Thomas
April 26, 2019, 11:44 AM

Just re-tested this with current Openfire 4.4.0-SNAPSHOT, and it seems to be working OK now. There have been a number of changes to Openfire system properties recently, I suspect one of those fixed this problem. 

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Greg Thomas

Reporter

Leslie R. Thomas

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