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Is it possible in GeoServer that instead of using .xml to save all user’s credentials can I use PostgreSQL, and then use those credentials to login?

PS: I tried JDBC driver, but not working. I can see new users getting created in the database, but I'm not able to use those credentials to log in

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You need to be sure you are using the JDBC AUthentication provider correctly. These training notes from GeoSolutions walk you through the set up.

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  • Yeah, so when I create connection, I’m able to use PostgreSQL credentials to log in, but when I create new user in geoserver, then I can’t login using his credentials Feb 16 at 17:36
  • please update your question using the edit link to add details of how you have set your authentication providers (it sounds like there is one before the JDBC one)
    – Ian Turton
    Feb 16 at 17:37
  • Hi Ian, I have added some screenshots, Please let me know if you need anything else. Feb 17 at 7:28
  • @IanTurton are we required to manually add the users to geoserver, or are they materialized when establishing the jdbc authentication provider (in our case postgresql with existing users)?
    – user25976
    Aug 3 at 21:31

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