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Office 365 - Unable to create driver


Hi!

I am trying to install the Office 365 driver and am seeing two
problems:
1) When creating the driver in Designer, I am told that a package
dependency for Office 365 Default 2.3.0.20130907194121 is missing -
Advanced Java Class 2.0 (Just after Password Synchronization Common). I
have updated Designer but no new package updates are available.
2) When starting the driver on the .Net Remote Loader, the following
error is logged on the .Net Remote Loader:
DirXML: [08.18.14 07:26:37.293]: TRACE: Remote Loader: localhost
address is: 127.0.0.1
DirXML: [08.18.14 07:26:37.331]: TRACE: Remote Loader: Verifying driver
can be loaded...
DirXML: [08.18.14 07:26:37.434]: TRACE: Remote Loader: Unable to create
instance of DXMLSharepointDriver.SPDriverShim
DirXML: [08.18.14 07:26:37.434]: TRACE: Remote Loader: Exception: Could
not load type 'DXMLSharepointDriver.SPDriverShim' from assembly
'DXMLMSOnlineDriver, Version=4.0.0.2, Culture=neutral,
PublicKeyToken=null'.
DirXML: [08.18.14 07:26:37.452]:
DirXML Log Event -------------------
Thread = Loader
Level = fatal
Message = Unable to create driver: Could not load type
'DXMLSharepointDriver.SPDriverShim' from assembly 'DXMLMSOnlineDriver,
Version=4.0.0.2, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=null'.

If I start the driver in Designer, I get an error saying that the driver
is unable to contact the Remote Loader.

I have patched the .Net Remote Loader with the following files:
NIdM_Driver_4.0.2_Office365.zip
DXMLBase.dll 09.01.2013
DXMLMSOnlineDriver.dll 10.01.2013
SQLite.Interop.dll 27.05.2012
System.Data.SQLite.dll 27.05.2012

IDM402_NET_RL.zip
DXMLBase.dll 24.01.2013
DXMLRemote.dll 24.01.2013
RemoteLoader.exe 24.01.2013
RemoteLoaderSvc.exe 24.01.2013
rlconsole.exe 24.01.2013

IDM402_OFFICE365_4002.zip
DXMLBase.dll 11.09.2013
DXMLMSOnlineDriver.dll 11.09.2013
SQLite.Interop.dll 11.09.2013
System.Data.SQLite.dll 11.09.2013

IDM402_Engine_RL_P5.zip
DXMLBase.dll 08.01.2014
DXMLRemote.dll 08.01.2014
RemoteLoader.exe 08.01.2014
RemoteLoaderSvc.exe 08.01.2014
rlconsole.exe 30.03.2014

The dates for the installed files are:
DXMLBase.dll 08.01.2014
DXMLRemote.dll 08.01.2014
DXMLMSOnlineDriver.dll 11.09.2013
SQLite.Interop.dll 11.09.2013
System.Data.SQLite.dll 11.09.2013
RemoteLoader.exe 08.01.2014
RemoteLoaderSvc.exe 08.01.2014
rlconsole.exe 30.03.2014

Identity Manager is running on SuSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 SP3,
whereas the .Net Remote Loader is running on Windows Server 2012 R2
Datacenter. The Windows server is fully patched - not sure when the SuSE
server was last patched. The eDirectory version is reported as:
Binary Version: 20802.09
Root Most Entry Depth: 0
Product Version: eDirectory for Linux x86_64 v8.8 SP8 [DS]

The Identity Manager version is reported by iManager for the server as:
Found eDirectory Attributes associated with Identity Manager 4.0.2.5 SE

When installing the driver, I have followed the instructions in the
documentation:
http://tinyurl.com/nom3b9e

Installing the Microsoft Online Services Module for Windows PowerShell
proved difficult, as the installation kept claiming that the Microsoft
Online Services SignIn Assistant wasn't installed. Having Googled the
error, I followed these instructions to install the Beta version of the
Sign-In Assistant:
http://community.office365.com/en-us/f/148/t/169890.aspx

The versions installed are:
Microsoft Online Services Sign-In Asssistant 7.250.4551.0
Windows Azure Active Directory Module for Windows Powershell 1.0.0

The version of Powershell is v4 and .Net Framework 3.5 is installed and
fully patched.

Any ideas on where I can start on these problems? 🙂


Ragnar


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cpedersen Outstanding Contributor.
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Re: Office 365 - Unable to create driver

Look at this;

> 'DXMLSharepointDriver.SPDriverShim' from assembly 'DXMLMSOnlineDriver,
> Version=4.0.0.2, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=null'.



We have seen this before, and it is probably caused by not having the
..net RemoteLoader fully patched.

You can also manually fix it by manually modifying the .conf file, and
set the class to "DXMLMSOnlineDriver.SPDriverShim", but you'll have to
do this every time you modify anything in regards to the driver.

Casper



On 8/18/14, 8:17 AM, rstorstrom wrote:
>
> Hi!
>
> I am trying to install the Office 365 driver and am seeing two
> problems:
> 1) When creating the driver in Designer, I am told that a package
> dependency for Office 365 Default 2.3.0.20130907194121 is missing -
> Advanced Java Class 2.0 (Just after Password Synchronization Common). I
> have updated Designer but no new package updates are available.
> 2) When starting the driver on the .Net Remote Loader, the following
> error is logged on the .Net Remote Loader:
> DirXML: [08.18.14 07:26:37.293]: TRACE: Remote Loader: localhost
> address is: 127.0.0.1
> DirXML: [08.18.14 07:26:37.331]: TRACE: Remote Loader: Verifying driver
> can be loaded...
> DirXML: [08.18.14 07:26:37.434]: TRACE: Remote Loader: Unable to create
> instance of DXMLSharepointDriver.SPDriverShim
> DirXML: [08.18.14 07:26:37.434]: TRACE: Remote Loader: Exception: Could
> not load type 'DXMLSharepointDriver.SPDriverShim' from assembly
> 'DXMLMSOnlineDriver, Version=4.0.0.2, Culture=neutral,
> PublicKeyToken=null'.
> DirXML: [08.18.14 07:26:37.452]:
> DirXML Log Event -------------------
> Thread = Loader
> Level = fatal
> Message = Unable to create driver: Could not load type
> 'DXMLSharepointDriver.SPDriverShim' from assembly 'DXMLMSOnlineDriver,
> Version=4.0.0.2, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=null'.
>
> If I start the driver in Designer, I get an error saying that the driver
> is unable to contact the Remote Loader.
>
> I have patched the .Net Remote Loader with the following files:
> NIdM_Driver_4.0.2_Office365.zip
> DXMLBase.dll 09.01.2013
> DXMLMSOnlineDriver.dll 10.01.2013
> SQLite.Interop.dll 27.05.2012
> System.Data.SQLite.dll 27.05.2012
>
> IDM402_NET_RL.zip
> DXMLBase.dll 24.01.2013
> DXMLRemote.dll 24.01.2013
> RemoteLoader.exe 24.01.2013
> RemoteLoaderSvc.exe 24.01.2013
> rlconsole.exe 24.01.2013
>
> IDM402_OFFICE365_4002.zip
> DXMLBase.dll 11.09.2013
> DXMLMSOnlineDriver.dll 11.09.2013
> SQLite.Interop.dll 11.09.2013
> System.Data.SQLite.dll 11.09.2013
>
> IDM402_Engine_RL_P5.zip
> DXMLBase.dll 08.01.2014
> DXMLRemote.dll 08.01.2014
> RemoteLoader.exe 08.01.2014
> RemoteLoaderSvc.exe 08.01.2014
> rlconsole.exe 30.03.2014
>
> The dates for the installed files are:
> DXMLBase.dll 08.01.2014
> DXMLRemote.dll 08.01.2014
> DXMLMSOnlineDriver.dll 11.09.2013
> SQLite.Interop.dll 11.09.2013
> System.Data.SQLite.dll 11.09.2013
> RemoteLoader.exe 08.01.2014
> RemoteLoaderSvc.exe 08.01.2014
> rlconsole.exe 30.03.2014
>
> Identity Manager is running on SuSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 SP3,
> whereas the .Net Remote Loader is running on Windows Server 2012 R2
> Datacenter. The Windows server is fully patched - not sure when the SuSE
> server was last patched. The eDirectory version is reported as:
> Binary Version: 20802.09
> Root Most Entry Depth: 0
> Product Version: eDirectory for Linux x86_64 v8.8 SP8 [DS]
>
> The Identity Manager version is reported by iManager for the server as:
> Found eDirectory Attributes associated with Identity Manager 4.0.2.5 SE
>
> When installing the driver, I have followed the instructions in the
> documentation:
> http://tinyurl.com/nom3b9e
>
> Installing the Microsoft Online Services Module for Windows PowerShell
> proved difficult, as the installation kept claiming that the Microsoft
> Online Services SignIn Assistant wasn't installed. Having Googled the
> error, I followed these instructions to install the Beta version of the
> Sign-In Assistant:
> http://community.office365.com/en-us/f/148/t/169890.aspx
>
> The versions installed are:
> Microsoft Online Services Sign-In Asssistant 7.250.4551.0
> Windows Azure Active Directory Module for Windows Powershell 1.0.0
>
> The version of Powershell is v4 and .Net Framework 3.5 is installed and
> fully patched.
>
> Any ideas on where I can start on these problems? 🙂
>
>
> Ragnar
>
>


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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: Office 365 - Unable to create driver


Before posting, I had spotted the same problem and changed the settings
according to information in the following thread:
http://tinyurl.com/qz3ebyy

At some point, I changed the ports using the Remote Loader Console and
this must have changed the configuration. Odd that I didn't check it
again - I just assumed that it was a new error. Anyway, I think you're
right - there is something wrong with the patching of the Remote Loader.
The file dates seems to be the latest available, though, so I'm not sure
what to change. Do you have it working? If so, what are your file
dates?

Ragnar


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cpedersen Outstanding Contributor.
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Re: Office 365 - Unable to create driver

On 8/18/14, 2:05 PM, rstorstrom wrote:
>
> Before posting, I had spotted the same problem and changed the settings
> according to information in the following thread:
> http://tinyurl.com/qz3ebyy
>
> At some point, I changed the ports using the Remote Loader Console and
> this must have changed the configuration. Odd that I didn't check it
> again - I just assumed that it was a new error. Anyway, I think you're
> right - there is something wrong with the patching of the Remote Loader.
> The file dates seems to be the latest available, though, so I'm not sure
> what to change. Do you have it working? If so, what are your file
> dates?


Mine is working, and I've not seen the problem with FCS code. Sorry but
I can't provide any dates.

Casper
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Re: Office 365 - Unable to create driver

On Mon, 18 Aug 2014 06:17:22 +0000, rstorstrom wrote:

> Hi!
>
> I am trying to install the Office 365 driver and am seeing two problems:
> 1) When creating the driver in Designer, I am told that a package
> dependency for Office 365 Default 2.3.0.20130907194121 is missing -
> Advanced Java Class 2.0 (Just after Password Synchronization Common). I
> have updated Designer but no new package updates are available.


What version of Designer?


> 2) When
> starting the driver on the .Net Remote Loader, the following error is
> logged on the .Net Remote Loader: DirXML: [08.18.14 07:26:37.293]:
> TRACE: Remote Loader: localhost address is: 127.0.0.1
> DirXML: [08.18.14 07:26:37.331]: TRACE: Remote Loader: Verifying driver
> can be loaded...
> DirXML: [08.18.14 07:26:37.434]: TRACE: Remote Loader: Unable to create
> instance of DXMLSharepointDriver.SPDriverShim DirXML: [08.18.14
> 07:26:37.434]: TRACE: Remote Loader: Exception: Could not load type
> 'DXMLSharepointDriver.SPDriverShim' from assembly 'DXMLMSOnlineDriver,
> Version=4.0.0.2, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=null'.
> DirXML: [08.18.14 07:26:37.452]:
> DirXML Log Event -------------------
> Thread = Loader
> Level = fatal
> Message = Unable to create driver: Could not load type
> 'DXMLSharepointDriver.SPDriverShim' from assembly 'DXMLMSOnlineDriver,
> Version=4.0.0.2, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=null'.


I'm not seeing this here. But the driver config should be loading
DXMLLMSOnlineDriver.dll


> If I start the driver in Designer, I get an error saying that the driver
> is unable to contact the Remote Loader.
>
> I have patched the .Net Remote Loader with the following files:
> NIdM_Driver_4.0.2_Office365.zip
> DXMLBase.dll 09.01.2013
> DXMLMSOnlineDriver.dll 10.01.2013
> SQLite.Interop.dll 27.05.2012
> System.Data.SQLite.dll 27.05.2012
>
> IDM402_NET_RL.zip
> DXMLBase.dll 24.01.2013
> DXMLRemote.dll 24.01.2013
> RemoteLoader.exe 24.01.2013
> RemoteLoaderSvc.exe 24.01.2013
> rlconsole.exe 24.01.2013
>
> IDM402_OFFICE365_4002.zip
> DXMLBase.dll 11.09.2013
> DXMLMSOnlineDriver.dll 11.09.2013
> SQLite.Interop.dll 11.09.2013
> System.Data.SQLite.dll 11.09.2013
>
> IDM402_Engine_RL_P5.zip
> DXMLBase.dll 08.01.2014
> DXMLRemote.dll 08.01.2014
> RemoteLoader.exe 08.01.2014
> RemoteLoaderSvc.exe 08.01.2014
> rlconsole.exe 30.03.2014


Hm. I'm only on IDM402_Engine_RL_P2 here.


> The dates for the installed files are: DXMLBase.dll 08.01.2014
> DXMLRemote.dll 08.01.2014
> DXMLMSOnlineDriver.dll 11.09.2013
> SQLite.Interop.dll 11.09.2013
> System.Data.SQLite.dll 11.09.2013
> RemoteLoader.exe 08.01.2014
> RemoteLoaderSvc.exe 08.01.2014
> rlconsole.exe 30.03.2014
>
> Identity Manager is running on SuSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 SP3,
> whereas the .Net Remote Loader is running on Windows Server 2012 R2
> Datacenter.


I'm running the engine on SLES, RL.Net on Windows 2012 R2. Not
"datacenter", though I don't think that matters.


> When installing the driver, I have followed the instructions in the
> documentation:
> http://tinyurl.com/nom3b9e


Including copying the files from Windows\System32\WindowsPowerShell ?

Personally, I found it weird that the "64-bit" Microsoft Online Services
Module installs its files to the "32-bit" powershell directory on a 64-
bit server, but that's an MS installer not a NetIQ installer and I didn't
have a chance to find out why it's doing that.


> Installing the Microsoft Online Services Module for Windows PowerShell
> proved difficult, as the installation kept claiming that the Microsoft
> Online Services SignIn Assistant wasn't installed. Having Googled the
> error, I followed these instructions to install the Beta version of the
> Sign-In Assistant:
> http://community.office365.com/en-us/f/148/t/169890.aspx
>
> The versions installed are:
> Microsoft Online Services Sign-In Asssistant 7.250.4551.0 Windows Azure
> Active Directory Module for Windows Powershell 1.0.0


I installed msoidcli_64.msi and AdministrationConfig-EN.msi here and seem
to have v. 7.250.4556 of the Microsoft Online Services Sign-In Assistant
and 1.0.0 of Windows Azure Active Directory Module for Windows PowerShell.


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cpedersen Outstanding Contributor.
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Re: Office 365 - Unable to create driver

David,

This does not have anything to do with Designer... The remoteloader
configuration file have the wrong class in it.

Which is causing this:

DirXML: [08.18.14 07:26:37.434]: TRACE: Remote Loader: Exception: Could
not load type 'DXMLSharepointDriver.SPDriverShim' from assembly
'DXMLMSOnlineDriver, Version=4.0.0.2, Culture=neutral,
PublicKeyToken=null'.


It's a know issue, and should be fixed with on of the later patch
releases for the remoteloader.net - if not I would suggest to open an SR.





On 8/18/14, 7:00 PM, David Gersic wrote:
> On Mon, 18 Aug 2014 06:17:22 +0000, rstorstrom wrote:
>
>> Hi!
>>
>> I am trying to install the Office 365 driver and am seeing two problems:
>> 1) When creating the driver in Designer, I am told that a package
>> dependency for Office 365 Default 2.3.0.20130907194121 is missing -
>> Advanced Java Class 2.0 (Just after Password Synchronization Common). I
>> have updated Designer but no new package updates are available.

>
> What version of Designer?
>
>
>> 2) When
>> starting the driver on the .Net Remote Loader, the following error is
>> logged on the .Net Remote Loader: DirXML: [08.18.14 07:26:37.293]:
>> TRACE: Remote Loader: localhost address is: 127.0.0.1
>> DirXML: [08.18.14 07:26:37.331]: TRACE: Remote Loader: Verifying driver
>> can be loaded...
>> DirXML: [08.18.14 07:26:37.434]: TRACE: Remote Loader: Unable to create
>> instance of DXMLSharepointDriver.SPDriverShim DirXML: [08.18.14
>> 07:26:37.434]: TRACE: Remote Loader: Exception: Could not load type
>> 'DXMLSharepointDriver.SPDriverShim' from assembly 'DXMLMSOnlineDriver,
>> Version=4.0.0.2, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=null'.
>> DirXML: [08.18.14 07:26:37.452]:
>> DirXML Log Event -------------------
>> Thread = Loader
>> Level = fatal
>> Message = Unable to create driver: Could not load type
>> 'DXMLSharepointDriver.SPDriverShim' from assembly 'DXMLMSOnlineDriver,
>> Version=4.0.0.2, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=null'.

>
> I'm not seeing this here. But the driver config should be loading
> DXMLLMSOnlineDriver.dll
>
>
>> If I start the driver in Designer, I get an error saying that the driver
>> is unable to contact the Remote Loader.
>>
>> I have patched the .Net Remote Loader with the following files:
>> NIdM_Driver_4.0.2_Office365.zip
>> DXMLBase.dll 09.01.2013
>> DXMLMSOnlineDriver.dll 10.01.2013
>> SQLite.Interop.dll 27.05.2012
>> System.Data.SQLite.dll 27.05.2012
>>
>> IDM402_NET_RL.zip
>> DXMLBase.dll 24.01.2013
>> DXMLRemote.dll 24.01.2013
>> RemoteLoader.exe 24.01.2013
>> RemoteLoaderSvc.exe 24.01.2013
>> rlconsole.exe 24.01.2013
>>
>> IDM402_OFFICE365_4002.zip
>> DXMLBase.dll 11.09.2013
>> DXMLMSOnlineDriver.dll 11.09.2013
>> SQLite.Interop.dll 11.09.2013
>> System.Data.SQLite.dll 11.09.2013
>>
>> IDM402_Engine_RL_P5.zip
>> DXMLBase.dll 08.01.2014
>> DXMLRemote.dll 08.01.2014
>> RemoteLoader.exe 08.01.2014
>> RemoteLoaderSvc.exe 08.01.2014
>> rlconsole.exe 30.03.2014

>
> Hm. I'm only on IDM402_Engine_RL_P2 here.
>
>
>> The dates for the installed files are: DXMLBase.dll 08.01.2014
>> DXMLRemote.dll 08.01.2014
>> DXMLMSOnlineDriver.dll 11.09.2013
>> SQLite.Interop.dll 11.09.2013
>> System.Data.SQLite.dll 11.09.2013
>> RemoteLoader.exe 08.01.2014
>> RemoteLoaderSvc.exe 08.01.2014
>> rlconsole.exe 30.03.2014
>>
>> Identity Manager is running on SuSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 SP3,
>> whereas the .Net Remote Loader is running on Windows Server 2012 R2
>> Datacenter.

>
> I'm running the engine on SLES, RL.Net on Windows 2012 R2. Not
> "datacenter", though I don't think that matters.
>
>
>> When installing the driver, I have followed the instructions in the
>> documentation:
>> http://tinyurl.com/nom3b9e

>
> Including copying the files from Windows\System32\WindowsPowerShell ?
>
> Personally, I found it weird that the "64-bit" Microsoft Online Services
> Module installs its files to the "32-bit" powershell directory on a 64-
> bit server, but that's an MS installer not a NetIQ installer and I didn't
> have a chance to find out why it's doing that.
>
>
>> Installing the Microsoft Online Services Module for Windows PowerShell
>> proved difficult, as the installation kept claiming that the Microsoft
>> Online Services SignIn Assistant wasn't installed. Having Googled the
>> error, I followed these instructions to install the Beta version of the
>> Sign-In Assistant:
>> http://community.office365.com/en-us/f/148/t/169890.aspx
>>
>> The versions installed are:
>> Microsoft Online Services Sign-In Asssistant 7.250.4551.0 Windows Azure
>> Active Directory Module for Windows Powershell 1.0.0

>
> I installed msoidcli_64.msi and AdministrationConfig-EN.msi here and seem
> to have v. 7.250.4556 of the Microsoft Online Services Sign-In Assistant
> and 1.0.0 of Windows Azure Active Directory Module for Windows PowerShell.
>
>


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