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Re: IDM no longer supports migrate by setting association state to 3?

Hi Alekz,

I can reproduce this on my 4.5.3 Linux installation - state 3 is discarded.

It seems to be causing my driver(s) to miss out on some objects during
a migrate (because they already had state 4).


On 2016-02-15 11:41:36 +0000, alekz said:

> I have a SR open but so far they have not been able to reproduce.
> I get this with and on x86_64 Linux.
> On 2016-02-13 15:15, Lothar Haeger wrote:
>> joakim ganse wrote:
>>> If 3 is ignored this is a major problem.

>> And it seems to be ignored, at least in 4.5.3. Here's a trace of what happens
>> if an object with DirXML-Associations=<driverdn>#4# (as seen through LDAP) is
>> migrated with iManager:
>> [02/13/16 14:47:32.376]:Driver ST:Start transaction.
>> [02/13/16 14:47:32.376]:Driver ST:Discarding transaction because of disabled
>> association or optimization.
>> LDAP now shows DirXML-Associations=<driverdn>#3#
>> Only when I hit the "Migrate" button another time a sync event is generated as
>> expected:
>> [02/13/16 14:51:04.416]:Driver ST:Start transaction.
>> [02/13/16 14:51:04.416]:Driver ST:Processing events for transaction.
>> [02/13/16 14:51:04.417]:Driver ST:
>> <nds dtdversion="4.0" ndsversion="8.x">
>> <source>
>> <product edition="Advanced" version="">DirXML</product>
>> <contact>NetIQ Corporation</contact>
>> </source>
>> <input>
>> <sync cached-time="20160213135104.414Z" class-name="User" event-id="..."
>> qualified-src-dn="..." src-dn="..." src-entry-id="37046" timestamp="0#0">
>> <association state="migrate"></association>
>> </sync>
>> </input>
>> </nds>
>> LDAP now shows DirXML-Associations=<driverdn>#4#
>> (the driver did not find a match nor was it allowed to create an object in the
>> application)
>> I opened https://bugzilla.netiq.com/show_bug.cgi?id=966611 about this issue.

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