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Error in JDBC Driver- Publisher Channel (move a user in IDM)


Hi every one,

I have an Oracle Database as Authoritative Source of data Users and IDM
4.0.1.
A IDM-JDBC Driver listens for events from the database.
When a record is deleted in a table called "Peoplesoft" in the database,
the driver must move the user into container "NVL\Users\Inactives"
but I'm seeing the following error:

[04/04/14 10:52:33.352]:MID-FuenteAutorizada PT:
DirXML Log Event -------------------
Driver:
\NVLLOCAL-CO-TREE\NVL\services\DriverSet01\MID-FuenteAutorizada
Channel: Publisher
Object: CN=C342216,table=PEOPLESOFT,schema=IDM
(NVL\Users\Actives\C342216)
Status: Retry
Message: Code(-9011) eDirectory returned an error indicating that
the operation should be retried later: novell.jclient.JCException:
moveEntry -654 ERR_PARTITION_BUSY


Click 'here' (http://pastebin.com/wnvvDJ3J) to see more details:

In this moment, the JDBC driver is still trying to process the event,
but the error persists,

Do you have any suggestions to solve the problem?

Thanks


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Re: Error in JDBC Driver- Publisher Channel (move a user in IDM)

On Fri, 04 Apr 2014 19:34:02 +0000, esilva wrote:

> Message: Code(-9011) eDirectory returned an error indicating that the
> operation should be retried later: novell.jclient.JCException:
> moveEntry -654 ERR_PARTITION_BUSY


You'll need to find and fix the eDirectory problem (partition busy). This
isn't an IDM problem. You might start with a health check of your tree.


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