I5osdrv: adding attributes to the publisher channel


I have built quite a few drivers over the years using DirXML (IDM). I
have been recently tasked with attaching our identity vault to our main
frame. The issue I have is in finding any documentation on how to add
attributes to the publisher channel on the mainframe. Any direction
would be greatly appreciated. An example would be even better.

I am specifically wanting to get out intruder attempts and last login.


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  • On 9/16/2014 9:55 AM, stuartbyrnes wrote:
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    > I have built quite a few drivers over the years using DirXML (IDM). I
    > have been recently tasked with attaching our identity vault to our main
    > frame. The issue I have is in finding any documentation on how to add
    > attributes to the publisher channel on the mainframe. Any direction
    > would be greatly appreciated. An example would be even better.
    >
    > I am specifically wanting to get out intruder attempts and last login.


    Side note: i5os - aka AS400 aka IBM something or other series is a Midrange.

    RACF, Top Secret, and ACF2 are the security frameworks (each with their
    own custom driver) that are commonly known as mainframes.

    So step 1, are you on the right driver? :)

    If you look at schema after you extend it with the file from the
    AS400/i5os driver, you will see a ton of DirXML-i5osXXXXXXX atributes.

    In principle those are the known set of AS400 side attributes you can
    pick out of AS400. You will need to know their name on teh AS400 side
    of course.

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  • On 9/16/2014 9:55 AM, stuartbyrnes wrote:
    >
    > I have built quite a few drivers over the years using DirXML (IDM). I
    > have been recently tasked with attaching our identity vault to our main
    > frame. The issue I have is in finding any documentation on how to add
    > attributes to the publisher channel on the mainframe. Any direction
    > would be greatly appreciated. An example would be even better.
    >
    > I am specifically wanting to get out intruder attempts and last login.


    Side note: i5os - aka AS400 aka IBM something or other series is a Midrange.

    RACF, Top Secret, and ACF2 are the security frameworks (each with their
    own custom driver) that are commonly known as mainframes.

    So step 1, are you on the right driver? :)

    If you look at schema after you extend it with the file from the
    AS400/i5os driver, you will see a ton of DirXML-i5osXXXXXXX atributes.

    In principle those are the known set of AS400 side attributes you can
    pick out of AS400. You will need to know their name on teh AS400 side
    of course.

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