Determine the Dest-dn

How do I reference the object DN in this document:

<nds dtdversion="4.0" ndsversion="8.x">
<product edition="Advanced" version="">DirXML</product>
<contact>NetIQ Corporation</contact>
<status dest-dn="" event-id="0" level="success"><operation-data>
<status dest-dn="" event-id="1" level="success"><application>DirXML</application>

This is from the SOAP driver in the Output Transform Policy. This document is in-between the NOVLDSML-opt-ConvertDestDNtoLDAPformat and NOVLDSML-otp-SOAPOutputTransform. IN this example, IDM800130 is a newly created object. However, the status dest-dn is blank... but the object is referenced in the object-dn tag. is there a way to reference that object DN (osu\vault\users\IDM800130) and so that I can pull different attributes and add it to this document?

My end goal is to add various attributes to the return document to the process that calls the soap object (via the publisher channel). to do that I need to figure out how to put the object-dn into a variable and then add the needed attributes from eDir into this status.

thanks in advance for any help/suggestions.
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friedman16 wrote:

> is there a way to reference that
> object DN (osu\vault\users\IDM800130)

Sure there is: xpath(object-dn) should do the trick, though you might have to
find a way to reliably decide which of the two status docs you need to work


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