Some "sub" use '@' as character
The subjects from 'https://aai.egi.eu/oidc/' might have a '@' character inside the string. So when combining the 'iss' to get the user name, it might lead to a missundestanding and a
no such user reply from RegApp:
root@d10-oidcdev:~# SUB=f4454d......firstname.lastname@example.org root@d10-oidcdev:~# ISS=https://aai.egi.eu/oidc/ root@d10-oidcdev:~# echo "$SUB@$ISS" f4454d........email@example.com@https://aai.egi.eu/oidc/ root@d10-oidcdev:~# subiss-to-unix "$SUB@$ISS" [ERROR] [bwidmconnection.py:_request:60] RegApp responded with: no such user
See here that the combination
$SUB@$ISS produces the following string:
Maybe, it would be interesting that the ISS is extracted after a string '@https://' or '@http://', not only the '@'.