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titleconf/grouper.properties

# A wheel group allows you to enable non-GrouperSystem subjects to act
# like a root user when interacting with the registry.
groups.wheel.use                      = true

# Set to the name of the group you want to treat as the wheel group.
# The members of this group will be treated as root-like users.
groups.wheel.group                    = etc:sysadmingroup

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titleconf/grouper.properties

configuration.autocreate.system.groups = true

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titleGrouperShell

gsh 0% addRootStem("etc", "Grouper Administration")
stem: name='etc' displayName='Grouper Administration' uuid='f7687876-2c94-4635-997c-f2793fb8152d'
gsh 1% addGroup("etc", "sysadmingroup", "SysAdmin Group")
group: name='etc:sysadmingroup' displayName='Grouper Administration:SysAdmin Group' uuid='6f77fb36-b466-481a-84a7-7af609f1ad09

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titleGrouperShell

gsh 0% addMember("etc:sysadmingroup", "SD00125")
true

In this example "SD00125" is the subjectId of a person, as determined outside of gsh by, in this case, an LDAP query to a directory that acts as a subject source to Grouper:

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% ldapsearch \-b dc=kitn,dc=edu uid=tbarton
dn: kitnEduPersonRegId=SD00125,ou=people,dc=kitn,dc=edu
objectClass: top
objectClass: person
objectClass: inetOrgPerson
objectClass: kitnEduPerson
kitnEduPersonRegId: SD00125
cn: Barton, Tom
sn: Barton
description: Professor, Mathematics
uid: tbarton

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See Also

Grouper Glossary