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Send failure response back to JMS

Hi,

We are using NetIQ IDM 4.7.3. We have a SAP HCM integration vis Message Queue using the NetIQ JMS driver.

We have around 8 mandatory attribute values for a new user creation, request received from SAP HCM to IDM.

The user creation is vetoed when any one of the mandatory attribute is not present or invalid. It works fine. 

But the issue here is, from driver we need to send the failure response back to SF with request id or event id with custom message that the mandatory values are missing.

How this can be done?

Thanks in advance.

dk

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Re: Send failure response back to JMS

Can you explain how the SAP HCM integration via MQ works?  That is a new approach to me.

 

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Re: Send failure response back to JMS

You could compose a response and put it on another queue.

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Re: Send failure response back to JMS

Thanks for your response.

But How do we compose a response back from driver ?

I mean which action token can be used. if you could explain or give sample it would be great.

 

Thanks

-dk

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Re: Send failure response back to JMS

You need to get a status event into the output transformation. There you can compose the response to be send back to SF.

You could either add a non-exsiting attribute to your operation in the publisher so that the add to eDirectory fails or try to directly generate a status event in your publisher creation policy.

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Norbert
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