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Driver import log


Hi,

I developed for a client a eDir driver using the Designer in a
development environment. Using iManager I did an export, and when my
client tried to install in his qualification environment, he got the
message (at the end of the importation precess):

(Error -613) An attribute value being added to an abject might be
incorrect or the value is pointing to an object that does not exist in
the tree.

Witch I supposed is related to some difference between the development
and the qualification IDVault (or eDir). I would like to know if there
is some sort of "installation log" to get a little more details, in
order to see what's not ok in my driver in relation to their
qualification environment...

Thanks in advance for the help,
Marc


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Re: Driver import log

Since the error coming back is a nice native eDirectory error, and
especially since it's probably the last thing to happen on the wire before
Designer gives up, I have tackled these before with a LAN trace when
Designer's 'Error Console' view did not show me what I wanted to see.

Have you checked the 'Error Console' in Designer already?


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ab;252911 Wrote:
> Have you checked the 'Error Console' in Designer already?


Hi ab, thanks for the reply. In reality all is made through iManager. I
did the export using iManager and the import is also being made by
iManager (drivers/ add new driver). I don't think the client has the
Designer installed...


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Re: Driver import log

On 01/12/2015 06:44 AM, MuadDib II wrote:
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> Hi ab, thanks for the reply. In reality all is made through iManager. I
> did the export using iManager and the import is also being made by
> iManager (drivers/ add new driver). I don't think the client has the
> Designer installed...


That can, and should, change. A LAN trace test also works with iManager too.

Watching ndstrace may also show the -613, though you'll likely see tons of
other stuff which isn't helpful.

You could compare schema using schema exports; the "fun factor" of this is
pretty low, in my experience, but it's a reliable comparison. The low fun
factor is sometimes due to the number of differences that you'll see which
are okay and are therefore red herrings.



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ab;252915 Wrote:
> On 01/12/2015 06:44 AM, MuadDib II wrote:
> >
> > Hi ab, thanks for the reply. In reality all is made through iManager.

> I
> > did the export using iManager and the import is also being made by
> > iManager (drivers/ add new driver). I don't think the client has the
> > Designer installed...

>
> That can, and should, change. A LAN trace test also works with iManager
> too.
>
> Watching ndstrace may also show the -613, though you'll likely see tons
> of
> other stuff which isn't helpful.
>
> You could compare schema using schema exports; the "fun factor" of this
> is
> pretty low, in my experience, but it's a reliable comparison. The low
> fun
> factor is sometimes due to the number of differences that you'll see
> which
> are okay and are therefore red herrings.
>
>
>
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You think that's probably an eDir schema problem?


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Re: Driver import log

On 1/12/2015 9:34 AM, MuadDib II wrote:
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> ab;252915 Wrote:
>> On 01/12/2015 06:44 AM, MuadDib II wrote:
>>>
>>> Hi ab, thanks for the reply. In reality all is made through iManager.

>> I
>>> did the export using iManager and the import is also being made by
>>> iManager (drivers/ add new driver). I don't think the client has the
>>> Designer installed...

>>
>> That can, and should, change. A LAN trace test also works with iManager
>> too.
>>
>> Watching ndstrace may also show the -613, though you'll likely see tons
>> of
>> other stuff which isn't helpful.
>>
>> You could compare schema using schema exports; the "fun factor" of this
>> is
>> pretty low, in my experience, but it's a reliable comparison. The low
>> fun
>> factor is sometimes due to the number of differences that you'll see
>> which
>> are okay and are therefore red herrings.
>>
>>
>>
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>>
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>> show your appreciation and click on the star below...

>
> You think that's probably an eDir schema problem?


Point your Designer at the second tree. (Make a copy of your project in
Designer, then change the tree IP to the second tree. Maybe edit the
server list as well and make them the same). Then at the tree level,
right click, Live, Schema, Compare schema.

That will show you diffs between what Designer expects in Dev tree and
the second tree.


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geoffc;252921 Wrote:
> Point your Designer at the second tree. (Make a copy of your project in
> Designer, then change the tree IP to the second tree. Maybe edit the
> server list as well and make them the same). Then at the tree level,
> right click, Live, Schema, Compare schema.
>
> That will show you diffs between what Designer expects in Dev tree and
> the second tree.


OK, I will try to do it as soon as possible, I will keep you posted...

Thanks,
Marc


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Re: Driver import log


geoffc;252921 Wrote:
> Point your Designer at the second tree. (Make a copy of your project in
> Designer, then change the tree IP to the second tree. Maybe edit the
> server list as well and make them the same). Then at the tree level,
> right click, Live, Schema, Compare schema.
>
> That will show you diffs between what Designer expects in Dev tree and
> the second tree.


Hi geoffc,

I'm trying to do as you told, but I have a single stup** question that I
need to ask:
How do I change the tree IP in the Designer? Is it in the developer
view, by doing a right click at the driver's line (with the yin-yang
symbol that connects IDV to eDir dirver), then properties and going to
Driver's configuration/ Authentication ?

Or you're saying to change the IDV IP (right click at the driverset
icon, then properties and GCV/Driverset and then change IP eDirectory) ?
I saw that the servers list is in this dialog...


Thanks in advance,
Marc


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Re: Driver import log

On 1/13/2015 8:56 AM, MuadDib II wrote:
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> geoffc;252921 Wrote:
>> Point your Designer at the second tree. (Make a copy of your project in
>> Designer, then change the tree IP to the second tree. Maybe edit the
>> server list as well and make them the same). Then at the tree level,
>> right click, Live, Schema, Compare schema.
>>
>> That will show you diffs between what Designer expects in Dev tree and
>> the second tree.

>
> Hi geoffc,
>
> I'm trying to do as you told, but I have a single stup** question that I
> need to ask:
> How do I change the tree IP in the Designer? Is it in the developer
> view, by doing a right click at the driver's line (with the yin-yang
> symbol that connects IDV to eDir dirver), then properties and going to
> Driver's configuration/ Authentication ?
>
> Or you're saying to change the IDV IP (right click at the driverset
> icon, then properties and GCV/Driverset and then change IP eDirectory) ?
> I saw that the servers list is in this dialog...


In your modeler view, there is a box, inside it is a nested set of
Ying-Yang symbols. Coming off that are lines for each driver.

The Box is the tree.

The nested Ying Yangs is the driverset.

The lines are the drivers.

Properties of the box then, change the IP there. Possibly edit the
Server lists to change the IP of the primary server as well. For
schema, probably do not need to do that, but might.


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Hi,

I just changed the IPs and did a schema/compare option. I did it two
times, one using my development server IP and the second using the
qualification IP (witch doesn't import the driver)

I see several Attributes that starts with DirXML, NGW and some others.
There are a few Classes as well.

On both servers, the most part of the Classes/Attributes that appears in
the list doesn't have a match in the eDir side, but when look using the
qualification IP there are some Classes/Attributes that have matches and
these matches have differences, for example:
Designer side:
> "raApplicationUrl" ATTRIBUTE ::=
> {
> Syntax {Case Ignore String},
> Flags {"DS_SINGLE_VALUED_ATTR","DS_STRING_ATTR"}
> }


eDir side:
> "raApplicationUrl" ATTRIBUTE ::=
> {
> Syntax {Case Ignore String},
> Flags {"DS_SINGLE_VALUED_ATTR","*DS_SIZED_ATTR*","DS_STRING_ATTR"},
> *LowerBound {0},
> UpperBound {64512}*
> }


or

Designer side:
> "rbsRole2" OBJECT-CLASS ::=
> {
> Flags {"DS_CONTAINER_CLASS","DS_EFFECTIVE_CLASS"},
> Containment {"rbsCollection2"},
> Super {"Top"},
> Naming Attributes {"CN"},
> Mandatory Attributes {"CN"},
> Optional
> Attributes {"Description","*rbsCategoryMembership*","rbsContent","rbsMember","rbsParameters","rbsTrusteeOf","rbsXMLInfo"},
> ASN1 {2.16.840.1.113719.1.135.6.40.1}
> }


eDir side:
> "rbsRole2" OBJECT-CLASS ::=
> {
> Flags {"DS_CONTAINER_CLASS","DS_EFFECTIVE_CLASS"},
> Containment {"rbsCollection2"},
> Super {"Top"},
> Naming Attributes {"CN"},
> Mandatory Attributes {"CN"},
> Optional
> Attributes {"Description","rbsContent","rbsMember","rbsParameters","rbsTrusteeOf","rbsXMLInfo"},
> ASN1 {2.16.840.1.113719.1.135.6.40.1}
> }


As it deploy well in my development server, I think I can assume that
the problems come from these objects, non? (not the one's that doesn't
have any match)


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