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Analyzer, Error submitting command to shim

I have installed Identity Manager 4.7 on Windows Server 2012 R2. I have Four following Drivers
1. Managed System Gateway Driver
2. Data Collection Service Driver
3. UserApplication
4. Role and Resource Service Driver

I have created a new Project inside Analyzer, after creating a new Connection inside this project when I try to Start Driver it gives the following error.
Verify that your configuration is correct. Keep in mind some drivers also require third party libraries (i.e. JDBC).  See details for more information.
Error submitting command to shim.
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Re: Analyzer, Error submitting command to shim

fartyalvikram;2483730 wrote:
I have installed Identity Manager 4.7 on Windows Server 2012 R2. I have Four following Drivers
1. Managed System Gateway Driver
2. Data Collection Service Driver
3. UserApplication
4. Role and Resource Service Driver

I have created a new Project inside Analyzer, after creating a new Connection inside this project when I try to Start Driver it gives the following error.
Verify that your configuration is correct. Keep in mind some drivers also require third party libraries (i.e. JDBC).  See details for more information.
Error submitting command to shim.


Hi fartyalvikram,
Analyzer project is not "directly" related to IDM vault or Designer project.
1. Did you import your drivers to Analyzer?
after creating a new Connection inside this project when I try to Start Driver

2. What kind of connection you created in your Analyzer project?
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Re: Analyzer, Error submitting command to shim

I have performed the below Steps for configuring New Connection
1. Open Analyzer, Right click on Connection the click on New Connection
2. Select "Directory" from "Category" and "eDir" from "Application" window
3. Name the connection profile "eDir (LDAP)"
4. Enter the following details
LDAP Server: IDM Server IP Address, Port: 389
LDAP Authentication DN: cn=admin,ou=sa,o=system
Password: admin user password
Use SSL: No
Driver is Local/Remote: Local

5. Select on "Create Data Set Definition"
6. Right click on "eDir (LDAP)" then click on "Start Driver"
After click on "Start Driver" I am getting the below error
Verify that your configuration is correct. Keep in mind some drivers also require third party libraries (i.e. JDBC).  See details for more information.
SubShim.execute(): Not connected to LDAP server or couldn't read its schema.

If I am using SSL inside the connection configuration and set the path of eDir cert inside keystore path then try to Start Driver then I am getting the below Error
Verify that your configuration is correct. Keep in mind some drivers also require third party libraries (i.e. JDBC).  See details for more information.
Error submitting command to shim

Please correct me if I am wrong in any steps.
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Re: Analyzer, Error submitting command to shim

fartyalvikram;2484348 wrote:
I have performed the below Steps for configuring New Connection
1. Open Analyzer, Right click on Connection the click on New Connection
2. Select "Directory" from "Category" and "eDir" from "Application" window
3. Name the connection profile "eDir (LDAP)"
4. Enter the following details
LDAP Server: IDM Server IP Address, Port: 389
LDAP Authentication DN: cn=admin,ou=sa,o=system
Password: admin user password
Use SSL: No
Driver is Local/Remote: Local

5. Select on "Create Data Set Definition"
6. Right click on "eDir (LDAP)" then click on "Start Driver"
After click on "Start Driver" I am getting the below error
Verify that your configuration is correct. Keep in mind some drivers also require third party libraries (i.e. JDBC).  See details for more information.
SubShim.execute(): Not connected to LDAP server or couldn't read its schema.

If I am using SSL inside the connection configuration and set the path of eDir cert inside keystore path then try to Start Driver then I am getting the below Error
Verify that your configuration is correct. Keep in mind some drivers also require third party libraries (i.e. JDBC).  See details for more information.
Error submitting command to shim

Please correct me if I am wrong in any steps.


Just tried to repeat all your steps.

1. Open Analyzer, Right click on Connection the click on New Connection
done
2. Select "Directory" from "Category" and "eDir" from "Application" window
2a. Got Driver configuratio screen, pre-selected LDAP-IDM3_5.xml
done
3. Name the connection profile "eDir (LDAP)"
done
4. Enter the following details
LDAP Server: IDM Server IP Address, Port: 389
LDAP Authentication DN: cn=admin,ou=sa,o=system
Password: admin user password
Use SSL: No
Driver is Local/Remote: Local

5. Select on "Create Data Set Definition"
5a: Property>IDS Configuration > Test Connection -> (Driver started), Disconnect
6. Right click on "eDir (LDAP)" then click on "Start Driver"


I have no issues, new LDAP connection configured and started sucessfully.


One more question:
Do you use with Analyzer "internal" DB or "external" MySQL?

Maybe this JDBC error message related to connection to Analyser DB?
When you create new connection, Analyzer suppose to create "new table" in own DB.

You can look to my old CS "How to configure NetIQ Analyzer for IDM to use external MySQL database"
https://www.netiq.com/communities/cool-solutions/configure-netiq-analyzer-idm-use-external-mysql-database/
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