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Use Custom Multivalued LDAP Attribute

Can we create a Multivalued Custom LDAP Attribute in Access Manager and use this attribute in FormFill policy.

I am using Access Manager Appliance 4.2.
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Re: Use Custom Multivalued LDAP Attribute

On 7/11/2017 11:04 PM, fartyalvikram wrote:
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> Can we create a Multivalued Custom LDAP Attribute in Access Manager and
> use this attribute in FormFill policy.
>
> I am using Access Manager Appliance 4.2.
>
>


I've never tried this but i guess the field is a textarea? A html input element only allows for a single value as far as I know.

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Edward
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Re: Use Custom Multivalued LDAP Attribute

edmaa;2461466 wrote:
On 7/11/2017 11:04 PM, fartyalvikram wrote:
>
> Can we create a Multivalued Custom LDAP Attribute in Access Manager and
> use this attribute in FormFill policy.
>
> I am using Access Manager Appliance 4.2.
>
>


I've never tried this but i guess the field is a textarea? A html input element only allows for a single value as far as I know.

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Cheers,
Edward


How can we check for specific two or more Group Membership is assign to the user in Access Gateway: Authorization policy? Is it possible?
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Re: Use Custom Multivalued LDAP Attribute

On 7/14/2017 10:04 PM, fartyalvikram wrote:
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> edmaa;2461466 Wrote:
>> On 7/11/2017 11:04 PM, fartyalvikram wrote:
>>>
>>> Can we create a Multivalued Custom LDAP Attribute in Access Manager

>> and
>>> use this attribute in FormFill policy.
>>>
>>> I am using Access Manager Appliance 4.2.
>>>
>>>

>>
>> I've never tried this but i guess the field is a textarea? A html input
>> element only allows for a single value as far as I know.
>>
>> --
>> Cheers,
>> Edward

>
> How can we check for specific two or more Group Membership is assign to
> the user in Access Gateway: Authorization policy? Is it possible?
>
>


You can check for multiple group memberships in a authz policy and that they all have to be present before permitting the user access to the protected
resource.

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Edward
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Re: Use Custom Multivalued LDAP Attribute

Can you please explain how can I do this, because I already try this with LDAP groupMembership attribute on Authorization Policy but I don't know how to check for Two specific groups.
For example I have to check "Test1" and "Test2" groups are available or not in User object.
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Re: Use Custom Multivalued LDAP Attribute

Hi,

HOw's this:

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