If your connection is failing, for example, with an “Invalid credentials supplied” error, and you cannot find information in the JasperReports Server logs, you may want to enable logging for Spring Security or JasperReports Server external authentication.
To enable logging, add the corresponding line to the <js‑webapp>/WEB‑INF/log4j.properties file, in the form:
You must restart the server for your changes to take effect. For more information about log configuration, see the JasperReports Server Administrator Guide.
You can reduce impact on performance by restricting logging to functionality that you are interested in, for example, to a subset of Spring Security instead of all of Spring Security. “Useful Logger Classnames for External Authentication” shows some logger classnames commonly used when debugging authentication.
Functionality to Log
Subset of Spring Security related to LDAP
org.springframework.security.ldap[/code]Useful subsets of Spring Security's LDAP logging Other LDAP-related Spring Security loggers
Subset of Spring related to LDAP
JasperReports Server external authentication API
Subset of external authentication API related to single tenancy
com.jaspersoft.jasperserver.api.security.externalAuth[/code]Subset of external authentication API related to token-based authentication Subset of external authentication API related to external database authentication
Enabling a logger and a sublogger together creates duplicate entries in the logs. For example, org.springframework.security and org.springframework.security.ldap creates duplicate entries.