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  2. WFLY-7808

Security subsystem, audit provider-module lacks "module" attribute

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      Cloned from https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1392436 :

      When adding a provider module for auditing:

      [standalone@orac.usersys.redhat.com:9999 /] /subsystem=security/security-domain=LdapRealm/audit=classic/provider-module=test:add(
      
      => hit TAB
      
      code=            module-options=  
      

      There is no attribute "module" which would allow a customer to install a custom module.

      Workaround: custom jar file must be added to the "org.picketbox" module.
      However, this needs to be checked/redone each time a CP is installed making it a big overhead when a customer has many installations.

      Logging as a bug and not an RFE, as the presence of the "module" attribute was expected.

      The "module" attribute is defined in the jboss-as-security and wildfly-security schemas since version 1.1, but it seems to never have been implemented.

      cc tfonteyn, jochen.riedlinger@l-bank.de

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              ppalaga Peter Palaga
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