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Add a second tree

I have a customer with two business names in two different cities and they have 2 trees. I have Data Synchronizer setup for one of the sites but I want to add a mobility connector for the second sight. Got it created but I cant add users it only shows the users form the first tree. Anyone know where I can go to to get some info on this or anybody here know how to do it.

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Re: Add a second tree

On 16.11.2011 20:26, roeding wrote:
>
> I have a customer with two business names in two different cities and
> they have 2 trees. I have Data Synchronizer setup for one of the sites
> but I want to add a mobility connector for the second sight. Got it
> created but I cant add users it only shows the users form the first
> tree. Anyone know where I can go to to get some info on this or anybody
> here know how to do it.


You apparently have the second synchronizer pointed to the wrong IP as
LDAP server. Datasynchronizer finds users purely through LDAP, and if
you had pointed it to the correct tree, there would be no way whatsoever
for it to see users in the other tree.

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CU,
--
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elagrew Absent Member.
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Re: Add a second tree

Easiest way is to install th DS server in the other tree, pointed to their Master as the LDAP server. Don't forget to configure LDAP correctly. Context is important.

--El

mrosen;2154401 wrote:
On 16.11.2011 20:26, roeding wrote:
>
> I have a customer with two business names in two different cities and
> they have 2 trees. I have Data Synchronizer setup for one of the sites
> but I want to add a mobility connector for the second sight. Got it
> created but I cant add users it only shows the users form the first
> tree. Anyone know where I can go to to get some info on this or anybody
> here know how to do it.


You apparently have the second synchronizer pointed to the wrong IP as
LDAP server. Datasynchronizer finds users purely through LDAP, and if
you had pointed it to the correct tree, there would be no way whatsoever
for it to see users in the other tree.

CU,
--
Massimo Rosen
Novell Knowledge Partner
No emails please!
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