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Edir to MAD Attribute Mapping


I created a custom attribute in Edirectory and mapped it to MAD.

Custom Attr: au-job-title
AD Addtribute: title

I have it both in the schema mapping and driver filter, the publisher is
set to ignore and the subscriber channel is set to sync. We have about
15,000 accounts in AD and if I manually migrate a user they get the Job
Title mapping. However, just restarting the driver isn't putting the
text into MAD.


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Re: Edir to MAD Attribute Mapping

This sounds like an Identity Manager (IDM) question, but it is in the
Access Review (AR) forum. If you still think this is an AR issue, please
post what this has to do with AR so we can focus on that aspect of the
issue. Otherwise, you may be better off posting this in the IDM
engine/drivers forum.

The answer to your question is likely all about correcting your
understanding of how IDM works; it is event-driven, and an "event" is
defined as something happening to an object in the vault, or else a manual
change you do to force something through the engine (such as your
migrate). As a result, nothing goes through unless you migrate or the
object otherwise experiences some related (per the driver filter) change.


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Re: Edir to MAD Attribute Mapping


Sorry, I put it in the wrong forum. This wasn't access review.

Is there a item I can put in to make an event happen? I thought it
would do this automatically.


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Re: Edir to MAD Attribute Mapping

richreitenauer wrote:

> Is there a item I can put in to make an event happen? I thought it
> would do this automatically.


Go into iManager - IDM driverset overview, select e driver and run
"Synchronize..." or "Migrate from ID Vault...". This will create an event for
every object in scope (choose the user container instead of individual user
objects to migrate, or use "Synchronize..." and select a start date/time long
enough back in the past) and update MAD as you've seen it already with a manual
migrate of an individual object.
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Re: Edir to MAD Attribute Mapping


lhaeger;258770 Wrote:
> richreitenauer wrote:
>
> > Is there a item I can put in to make an event happen? I thought it
> > would do this automatically.

>
> Go into iManager - IDM driverset overview, select e driver and run
> "Synchronize..." or "Migrate from ID Vault...". This will create an
> event for
> every object in scope (choose the user container instead of individual
> user
> objects to migrate, or use "Synchronize..." and select a start date/time
> long
> enough back in the past) and update MAD as you've seen it already with a
> manual
> migrate of an individual object.


Hi richreitenauer,
> We have about 15,000 accounts in AD and if I manually migrate a user

they get the Job Title mapping.
It is looks like you already "tested" Lothar recommendation. Now you can
repeat same procedure for OU.

al


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