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Good news. The patch appears to now be posted on Patch Finder. However,
has anyone had luck finding the all-important documentation on creating
the OAuth credential?

In the patch readme
(https://dl.netiq.com/protected/Summary.jsp?buildid=gLlmskfnXKM~), it
states "Find and open "Google Driver 4.0.4.0 Patch Setup Doc.pdf" in the
TID packaging. Follow these instructions to create a new GoogleApps
credential and configure the driver to use it." However the only files
linked from that document are the readme HTML itself and a ZIP file
containing the patch. The ZIP file contains the Linux RPMs and
standalone jar files for Windows. No PDF to be found and no update on
netiq.com/documentation.

Am I missing something or is this just a packaging omission that will
hopefully be corrected soon?

Thanks

- Axel Larsson
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This should would; in general go here and follow the instructions:
https://developers.google.com/accounts/docs/OAuth2 ->
https://console.developers.google.com/project -> APIs & auth ->
Credentials -> OAuth -> Create new Client ID (2nd check box) ...

We will be updating the patch shortly including the "Google Driver
4.0.4.0 Patch Setup Doc.pdf".



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On 3/26/15 4:11 AM, elarsson wrote:
>
> Good news. The patch appears to now be posted on Patch Finder. However,
> has anyone had luck finding the all-important documentation on creating
> the OAuth credential?
>
> In the patch readme
> (https://dl.netiq.com/protected/Summary.jsp?buildid=gLlmskfnXKM~), it
> states "Find and open "Google Driver 4.0.4.0 Patch Setup Doc.pdf" in the
> TID packaging. Follow these instructions to create a new GoogleApps
> credential and configure the driver to use it." However the only files
> linked from that document are the readme HTML itself and a ZIP file
> containing the patch. The ZIP file contains the Linux RPMs and
> standalone jar files for Windows. No PDF to be found and no update on
> netiq.com/documentation.
>
> Am I missing something or is this just a packaging omission that will
> hopefully be corrected soon?
>
> Thanks
>
> - Axel Larsson
> Drew University
>
>


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On 3/26/15 9:02 AM, Casper Pedersen wrote:
> This should would; in general go here and follow the instructions:
> https://developers.google.com/accounts/docs/OAuth2 ->
> https://console.developers.google.com/project -> APIs & auth ->
> Credentials -> OAuth -> Create new Client ID (2nd check box) ...
>
> We will be updating the patch shortly including the "Google Driver
> 4.0.4.0 Patch Setup Doc.pdf".
>
>
>
> Casper
>
>
> On 3/26/15 4:11 AM, elarsson wrote:
>>
>> Good news. The patch appears to now be posted on Patch Finder. However,
>> has anyone had luck finding the all-important documentation on creating
>> the OAuth credential?
>>
>> In the patch readme
>> (https://dl.netiq.com/protected/Summary.jsp?buildid=gLlmskfnXKM~), it
>> states "Find and open "Google Driver 4.0.4.0 Patch Setup Doc.pdf" in the
>> TID packaging. Follow these instructions to create a new GoogleApps
>> credential and configure the driver to use it." However the only files
>> linked from that document are the readme HTML itself and a ZIP file
>> containing the patch. The ZIP file contains the Linux RPMs and
>> standalone jar files for Windows. No PDF to be found and no update on
>> netiq.com/documentation.
>>
>> Am I missing something or is this just a packaging omission that will
>> hopefully be corrected soon?
>>
>> Thanks
>>
>> - Axel Larsson
>> Drew University
>>
>>

>

When is the GoogleAppsDriver package going to be released?

1. Update the NetIQ GoogleApps Driver packages to version
2.0.9.20150318214751.


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On 03/26/2015 09:18 AM, Daryl Creedy wrote:
> When is the GoogleAppsDriver package going to be released?
>
> 1. Update the NetIQ GoogleApps Driver packages to version
> 2.0.9.20150318214751.
>
>
> Daryl


I see it out there now, though if you have not done so already you'll need
to check for Package Updates (Designer: Help: Check for Package Updates)
and then import those, restart Designer, import into your package catalog,
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On 3/26/15 11:40 AM, ab wrote:
> On 03/26/2015 09:18 AM, Daryl Creedy wrote:
>> When is the GoogleAppsDriver package going to be released?
>>
>> 1. Update the NetIQ GoogleApps Driver packages to version
>> 2.0.9.20150318214751.
>>
>>
>> Daryl

>
> I see it out there now, though if you have not done so already you'll need
> to check for Package Updates (Designer: Help: Check for Package Updates)
> and then import those, restart Designer, import into your package catalog,
> etc. as usual.
>


I did that, i just restarted and checked for updates, but it is not
showing up.

Version: 4.5.0.2
Build id: 20141202

Running on OpenSuse


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On 3/26/2015 11:46 AM, Daryl Creedy wrote:
> On 3/26/15 11:40 AM, ab wrote:
>> On 03/26/2015 09:18 AM, Daryl Creedy wrote:
>>> When is the GoogleAppsDriver package going to be released?
>>>
>>> 1. Update the NetIQ GoogleApps Driver packages to version
>>> 2.0.9.20150318214751.
>>>
>>>
>>> Daryl

>>
>> I see it out there now, though if you have not done so already you'll
>> need
>> to check for Package Updates (Designer: Help: Check for Package Updates)
>> and then import those, restart Designer, import into your package
>> catalog,
>> etc. as usual.
>>

>
> I did that, i just restarted and checked for updates, but it is not
> showing up.
>
> Version: 4.5.0.2
> Build id: 20141202
>
> Running on OpenSuse


I have the Consensus Update site in my Designer config and I see the
consensus branded versions of the packages in my update list.


Windows menu, Preferences, expand:
Novell or NetIq (4.02 vs 4.5)
Package Manager
Online Updates

Look at the list. Should be 2 Novell oness. I have a stack more for a
variety of reasons.

I do not see the updates on the NetIQ/Novell update site, but they have
been having CDN replication issues in the past. (So maybe Aaron, living
closer to the mother ship is seeing them, but you and I living out in
the wilderness may not yet).

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Add this URL to the update site list in Designer and you will see the
new packages.

http://tinyurl.com/qhoyvqh

Glad to see I am not the only one struggling with this.


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The actual URL is
https://nu.novell.com/designer/packages/idm/updatesite2_0_0/

Adding the "features/" at the end won't work. How is this not
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On 3/26/15 11:46 AM, Daryl Creedy wrote:
> On 3/26/15 11:40 AM, ab wrote:
>> On 03/26/2015 09:18 AM, Daryl Creedy wrote:
>>> When is the GoogleAppsDriver package going to be released?
>>>
>>> 1. Update the NetIQ GoogleApps Driver packages to version
>>> 2.0.9.20150318214751.
>>>
>>>
>>> Daryl

>>
>> I see it out there now, though if you have not done so already you'll
>> need
>> to check for Package Updates (Designer: Help: Check for Package Updates)
>> and then import those, restart Designer, import into your package
>> catalog,
>> etc. as usual.
>>

>
> I did that, i just restarted and checked for updates, but it is not
> showing up.
>
> Version: 4.5.0.2
> Build id: 20141202
>
> Running on OpenSuse
>
>
> Daryl

Still no packages as of this morning. I have 2 Novell CDN, browsing the
CDN's I see no GGL jar files dated later than 2014.
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Be sure you're pointing to a valid repository; Novell/NetIQ has used CDN
for a while, and then that had issues, so now you should be pointed to
nu.novell.com with the following (or so I think) URLs which should be
present if you upgraded to Designer 4.5 SP0 Patch/AU 2 while in the
current workspace (meaning if you've changed workspaces since then, you
may need to copy the URLs over to that new workspace or else you're
pointed to cdn.novell.com still which is not helpful to you anymore):

https://nu.novell.com/designer/packages/idm/updatesite1_0_0/
https://nu.novell.com/designer/packages/idm/updatesite2_0_0/

Poking at these I see good things, even when not cheating and going to a
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On 3/27/2015 7:54 AM, ab wrote:
> Be sure you're pointing to a valid repository; Novell/NetIQ has used CDN
> for a while, and then that had issues, so now you should be pointed to
> nu.novell.com with the following (or so I think) URLs which should be
> present if you upgraded to Designer 4.5 SP0 Patch/AU 2 while in the
> current workspace (meaning if you've changed workspaces since then, you
> may need to copy the URLs over to that new workspace or else you're
> pointed to cdn.novell.com still which is not helpful to you anymore):
>
> https://nu.novell.com/designer/packages/idm/updatesite1_0_0/
> https://nu.novell.com/designer/packages/idm/updatesite2_0_0/
>
> Poking at these I see good things, even when not cheating and going to a
> local server, so hopefully that helps.


The nu.novell.com for packages thing is new, and not announced anywhere
I have seen. I only knew about it because of a beta program using it.

I see there at the end of the site.xml:

<feature id="NOVLGGLEGRPS.feature"
url="features/NOVLGGLEGRPS.feature_2.0.2.20150127142148.jar"
version="2.0.2.20150127142148"/><feature id="NOVLGGLEBASE.feature"
url="features/NOVLGGLEBASE.feature_2.0.9.20150318214751.jar"
version="2.0.9.20150318214751"/><feature id="NOVLGGLEUSER.feature"
url="features/NOVLGGLEUSER.feature_2.0.4.20150218132136.jar"
version="2.0.4.20150218132136"/><feature id="NOVLGGLEBCFG.feature"
url="features/NOVLGGLEBCFG.feature_2.0.4.20150218131953.jar"
version="2.0.4.20150218131953"/>

So there they are. PS: New stuff is always at the bottom of site.xml
unless they go out of their way to edit it by hand.)


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On 3/27/15 8:17 AM, Geoffrey Carman wrote:
> On 3/27/2015 7:54 AM, ab wrote:
>> Be sure you're pointing to a valid repository; Novell/NetIQ has used CDN
>> for a while, and then that had issues, so now you should be pointed to
>> nu.novell.com with the following (or so I think) URLs which should be
>> present if you upgraded to Designer 4.5 SP0 Patch/AU 2 while in the
>> current workspace (meaning if you've changed workspaces since then, you
>> may need to copy the URLs over to that new workspace or else you're
>> pointed to cdn.novell.com still which is not helpful to you anymore):
>>
>> https://nu.novell.com/designer/packages/idm/updatesite1_0_0/
>> https://nu.novell.com/designer/packages/idm/updatesite2_0_0/
>>
>> Poking at these I see good things, even when not cheating and going to a
>> local server, so hopefully that helps.

>
> The nu.novell.com for packages thing is new, and not announced anywhere
> I have seen. I only knew about it because of a beta program using it.
>
> I see there at the end of the site.xml:
>
> <feature id="NOVLGGLEGRPS.feature"
> url="features/NOVLGGLEGRPS.feature_2.0.2.20150127142148.jar"
> version="2.0.2.20150127142148"/><feature id="NOVLGGLEBASE.feature"
> url="features/NOVLGGLEBASE.feature_2.0.9.20150318214751.jar"
> version="2.0.9.20150318214751"/><feature id="NOVLGGLEUSER.feature"
> url="features/NOVLGGLEUSER.feature_2.0.4.20150218132136.jar"
> version="2.0.4.20150218132136"/><feature id="NOVLGGLEBCFG.feature"
> url="features/NOVLGGLEBCFG.feature_2.0.4.20150218131953.jar"
> version="2.0.4.20150218131953"/>
>
> So there they are. PS: New stuff is always at the bottom of site.xml
> unless they go out of their way to edit it by hand.)
>
>

When doing the steps in the PDF, it says to copy the contents of the
DirectoryScopes.txt file. Where is that?


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It's a file that is coming, I believe. There appears to have been a
breakdown between the developers who created the code, the ones within
NetIQ who prepared it for release, and the final release steps. This
should probably be cleaned up today like the PDF was yesterday.


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Am 27.03.15 um 14:56 schrieb Daryl Creedy:
> On 3/27/15 8:17 AM, Geoffrey Carman wrote:
>> On 3/27/2015 7:54 AM, ab wrote:
>>> Be sure you're pointing to a valid repository; Novell/NetIQ has used CDN
>>> for a while, and then that had issues, so now you should be pointed to
>>> nu.novell.com with the following (or so I think) URLs which should be
>>> present if you upgraded to Designer 4.5 SP0 Patch/AU 2 while in the
>>> current workspace (meaning if you've changed workspaces since then, you
>>> may need to copy the URLs over to that new workspace or else you're
>>> pointed to cdn.novell.com still which is not helpful to you anymore):
>>>
>>> https://nu.novell.com/designer/packages/idm/updatesite1_0_0/
>>> https://nu.novell.com/designer/packages/idm/updatesite2_0_0/
>>>
>>> Poking at these I see good things, even when not cheating and going to a
>>> local server, so hopefully that helps.

>>
>> The nu.novell.com for packages thing is new, and not announced anywhere
>> I have seen. I only knew about it because of a beta program using it.
>>
>> I see there at the end of the site.xml:
>>
>> <feature id="NOVLGGLEGRPS.feature"
>> url="features/NOVLGGLEGRPS.feature_2.0.2.20150127142148.jar"
>> version="2.0.2.20150127142148"/><feature id="NOVLGGLEBASE.feature"
>> url="features/NOVLGGLEBASE.feature_2.0.9.20150318214751.jar"
>> version="2.0.9.20150318214751"/><feature id="NOVLGGLEUSER.feature"
>> url="features/NOVLGGLEUSER.feature_2.0.4.20150218132136.jar"
>> version="2.0.4.20150218132136"/><feature id="NOVLGGLEBCFG.feature"
>> url="features/NOVLGGLEBCFG.feature_2.0.4.20150218131953.jar"
>> version="2.0.4.20150218131953"/>
>>
>> So there they are. PS: New stuff is always at the bottom of site.xml
>> unless they go out of their way to edit it by hand.)
>>
>>

> When doing the steps in the PDF, it says to copy the contents of the
> DirectoryScopes.txt file. Where is that?
>
>
> Daryl

Hi Daryl,

I struggled as well with the missing Scopes. This is what we got back
from Support after opening an incident:

SCOPE:
https://www.googleapis.com/auth/admin.directory.group,
https://www.googleapis.com/auth/admin.directory.group.member,
https://www.googleapis.com/auth/admin.directory.orgunit,
https://www.googleapis.com/auth/admin.directory.user,
https://www.googleapis.com/auth/admin.directory.user.alias,
https://www.googleapis.com/auth/admin.directory.user.security,
https://www.googleapis.com/auth/admin.directory.userschema,
https://www.googleapis.com/auth/userinfo.profile,
https://www.googleapis.com/auth/userinfo.email,
http://www.google.com/m8/feeds

Whith that the driver worked fine except one bug we ran into.
We had no organization defined in the google domain and therefore we got
a Null Pointer Exception during driver start. After creating one driver
started without any errors.

Internal "Bug 924752" - GoogleApps driver fails to start and and returns
a NPE if no organization exists in the google domain" for this issue has
been created by NetIQ Support

kr
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Peter Brendt;255798 Wrote:
> Am 27.03.15 um 14:56 schrieb Daryl Creedy:
> > On 3/27/15 8:17 AM, Geoffrey Carman wrote:
> >> On 3/27/2015 7:54 AM, ab wrote:
> >>> Be sure you're pointing to a valid repository; Novell/NetIQ has used

> CDN
> >>> for a while, and then that had issues, so now you should be pointed

> to
> >>> nu.novell.com with the following (or so I think) URLs which should

> be
> >>> present if you upgraded to Designer 4.5 SP0 Patch/AU 2 while in the
> >>> current workspace (meaning if you've changed workspaces since then,

> you
> >>> may need to copy the URLs over to that new workspace or else you're
> >>> pointed to cdn.novell.com still which is not helpful to you

> anymore):
> >>>
> >>> https://nu.novell.com/designer/packages/idm/updatesite1_0_0/
> >>> https://nu.novell.com/designer/packages/idm/updatesite2_0_0/
> >>>
> >>> Poking at these I see good things, even when not cheating and going

> to a
> >>> local server, so hopefully that helps.
> >>
> >> The nu.novell.com for packages thing is new, and not announced

> anywhere
> >> I have seen. I only knew about it because of a beta program using

> it.
> >>
> >> I see there at the end of the site.xml:
> >>
> >> <feature id="NOVLGGLEGRPS.feature"
> >> url="features/NOVLGGLEGRPS.feature_2.0.2.20150127142148.jar"
> >> version="2.0.2.20150127142148"/><feature id="NOVLGGLEBASE.feature"
> >> url="features/NOVLGGLEBASE.feature_2.0.9.20150318214751.jar"
> >> version="2.0.9.20150318214751"/><feature id="NOVLGGLEUSER.feature"
> >> url="features/NOVLGGLEUSER.feature_2.0.4.20150218132136.jar"
> >> version="2.0.4.20150218132136"/><feature id="NOVLGGLEBCFG.feature"
> >> url="features/NOVLGGLEBCFG.feature_2.0.4.20150218131953.jar"
> >> version="2.0.4.20150218131953"/>
> >>
> >> So there they are. PS: New stuff is always at the bottom of

> site.xml
> >> unless they go out of their way to edit it by hand.)
> >>
> >>

> > When doing the steps in the PDF, it says to copy the contents of the
> > DirectoryScopes.txt file. Where is that?
> >
> >
> > Daryl

> Hi Daryl,
>
> I struggled as well with the missing Scopes. This is what we got back
> from Support after opening an incident:
>
> SCOPE:
> https://www.googleapis.com/auth/admin.directory.group,
> https://www.googleapis.com/auth/admin.directory.group.member,
> https://www.googleapis.com/auth/admin.directory.orgunit,
> https://www.googleapis.com/auth/admin.directory.user,
> https://www.googleapis.com/auth/admin.directory.user.alias,
> https://www.googleapis.com/auth/admin.directory.user.security,
> https://www.googleapis.com/auth/admin.directory.userschema,
> https://www.googleapis.com/auth/userinfo.profile,
> https://www.googleapis.com/auth/userinfo.email,
> http://www.google.com/m8/feeds
>
> Whith that the driver worked fine except one bug we ran into.
> We had no organization defined in the google domain and therefore we
> got
> a Null Pointer Exception during driver start. After creating one driver
> started without any errors.
>
> Internal "Bug 924752" - GoogleApps driver fails to start and and
> returns
> a NPE if no organization exists in the google domain" for this issue
> has
> been created by NetIQ Support
>
> kr
> Peter


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Hi Peter,

I believe I might be running into "Bug 924752" mentioned above, although
I have an Organization setup, just no Sub-Organizations under that. I
try and start the driver and receive the Null Pointer Exception error,
the driver goes 'fatal' and wont start.

However, as soon as I add a Sub-Organization, the driver starts fine.

The problem with this is that the client I am upgrading this driver for
has all User Accounts in Google Apps under the Organization and I don't
think they will be willing to move them to a Sub-Organization.

There's no point pasting the whole trace in, but I gather the error you
were getting was happening at this point in the driver start-up
process?

13:31:33 10C4 Drvrs: GAPPSDRV ST:Connected to Google
13:31:33 10C4 Drvrs: GAPPSDRV ST:DEBUG NOT calling enableHTTPLogging()
13:31:33 10C4 Drvrs: GAPPSDRV ST:DirectoryAppClient.testCredential():
credential is not null. toString =
com.google.api.client.googleapis.auth.oauth2.GoogleCredential@5179cf78
13:31:33 10C4 Drvrs: GAPPSDRV
ST:DirectoryAppClient.retrieveAllOrganizationUnits()
13:31:36 10C4 Drvrs: GAPPSDRV ST:GMailDriverShim.init(): Caught
Exception
13:31:36 10C4 Drvrs: GAPPSDRV ST:GMailDriverShim.init()-Exception =
java.lang.NullPointerException

Any help on this would be much appreciated.

Kind Regards,
Ryan


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