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Language attribute


Hello;
I have a problem in Language attribute;
the langage attribute is synchornised in the driver shema filter and in
the driver maping table
but when i create a new user with Language attribute, this attribute not
appears in my LDAP annuraire.
Can you help me in this issue.
Thank's


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Re: Language attribute

falimrina wrote:

> I have a problem in Language attribute;
> the langage attribute is synchornised in the driver shema filter and in
> the driver maping table
> but when i create a new user with Language attribute, this attribute not
> appears in my LDAP annuraire.
> Can you help me in this issue.


Can you provide a level 3 engine trace showing the problem you described above. We can't help you much without that.

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Re: Language attribute


Hello
In my trace log i have no error, no warning
the add attribute operation is donne <add-attribute= langauge>
but the meta annuaire the attribute is not synchronised.


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Re: Language attribute

falimrina wrote:

>
> Hello
> In my trace log i have no error, no warning
> the add attribute operation is donne <add-attribute= langauge>
> but the meta annuaire the attribute is not synchronised.


Even without an error or warning, the level 3 trace can help a lot. Without that we can only make educated guesses.
Either the filter strips out the language attribute, or there is some policy that does a do-strip-op-attr or do-strip-xpath.
Or it's sent to the destination system but not processed properly on that side (which is where a remote loader trace will help)

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