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MongoDB-based implementation for Directory


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Extension Points

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<?xml version='1.0' encoding='UTF-8'?>
<component name="">

  <implementation class=""/>


    MongoDB-based implementation for Directory

  <extension-point name="directories">
      This extension point can be used to register new MongoDB-based directories. The extension can contain any number
      of directories declarations of the form:
        <directory name="userDirectory">
            <reference field="groups" directory="groupDirectory" collection="user2group" sourceField="userId" targetField="groupId" dataFile="user2group.csv"/>
            <permission name="Read">
            <permission name="Write">
      If you want to customize the MongoDB connection used in the directory, you can contribute a new connection
      configuration to MongoDBComponent with id 'directory/[directory@name]'. In the example above the id will be

    <object class=""/>