I’ve encountered a bug in LdapManager when using @ character in usernames.
My configuration is:
XMPP domain set to **wi065007**
Usernames are like **xxx@yyy**
With this configuration, using Spark and other XMPP clients, JIDs are encoded to xxx\40yyy@wi065007/Spark and I’m able to login and chat correctly.
But in User Summary view (within OpenFire web administration console) I can’t see any user and the integrated search plugin is not working.
The problem seems related to **retrieveList **method in the **LdapManager **class because the returned username list is not encoded.
For example, searching for the xxx* user, the returned username is xxx@yyy instead of xxx\40yyy.
I’ve fixed this problem forcing a call to JID.escapeNode(result) for each item of the returned list.