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Re: IDM engine: Moves not atomic and strange regular sync event

On Wed, 02 May 2012 09:06:01 +0000, sveldhuisen wrote:

> - moves are not atomic


That's the case. The <sync> event with @from-move=true is what you get
after the move is complete and the object is actually whole. Prior to
that, you may find an incomplete object.


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Re: IDM engine: Moves not atomic and strange regular sync event

On Thu, 03 May 2012 06:36:01 +0000, sveldhuisen wrote:

> How do I distinguish a "migrate from Identity Vault" from a regualr sync
> event that the engine fires off by itself?
>
> The reason I ask is that I need to reset passwords when an admin
> migrates a user through this driver. I need to prevent this behaviour
> with a regular sync.


I'd have to look at a trace for this. I hardly ever use "migrate" here,
so I'm not sure what you'd see. I would expect to see the association be
"migrate", though, if I remember correctly.

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Re: IDM engine: Moves not atomic and strange regular sync event

On Tue, 08 May 2012 06:56:01 +0000, sveldhuisen wrote:

> Indeed with "migrate from Identity Vault" you get a sync event with
> state="migrate".


Right.


> However I also see this with a regular sync event. See
> my trace of the move triggered by the PeopleSoft driver


Well, yes, and no. I see the <sync> with a @from-move=true, which is what
you want. That it has an association value, with @state=migrate is, I
think, just because you already had this association value / state on the
object.


> Is this because my associations are currently in a bad shape? I'll do
> some further testing for this.


I think so, yes. I'd probably clean up the @state=migrate objects first
before testing anything else. Either an LDIF export / import to remove
the offending values, or that association modifier tool should do the job.


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