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User Classes, unable to locate attributes


Hi,

I'm having a problem with my Designer.

I am currently configuring a new Active Directory driver.

I am in the process of sorting out the Schema Mapping.

However, there seems to be a problem with my User Classes. I am unable
to locate/retrieve some needed attributes from my ID Vault.

The attributes themselves are in the Vault. (I created a separate User
Class for them, and gave that class a new custom-name)

I need to somehow "add" this User-class to my Schema Mapping. But, I am
unable to locate these attributes.

When I log into iManager, all the required attributes are clearly
visible. But, in Designer, they are not there.

I even tried to solve the problem by editing the Active Directory driver
itself : "Manage Application Schema"

But, when I do this, my User-class is not even visible. When I try to
ADD it, it does not contain any attributes.


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Re: User Classes, unable to locate attributes

On 11.12.2012 07:34, stavae wrote:
> I'm having a problem with my Designer.
>
> I am currently configuring a new Active Directory driver.
>
> I am in the process of sorting out the Schema Mapping.
>
> However, there seems to be a problem with my User Classes. I am unable
> to locate/retrieve some needed attributes from my ID Vault.
>
> The attributes themselves are in the Vault. (I created a separate User
> Class for them, and gave that class a new custom-name)
>
> I need to somehow "add" this User-class to my Schema Mapping. But, I am
> unable to locate these attributes.


In designer, right-click the IDVault icon (this is the box that contains
the driverset icon).

From the contextual menu choose, Live->Schema and either Import or
Compare. This should list the attributes and the class you added in the
IDV and give you the option to import them into your designer project.


> I even tried to solve the problem by editing the Active Directory driver
> itself : "Manage Application Schema"
>
> But, when I do this, my User-class is not even visible. When I try to
> ADD it, it does not contain any attributes.


Don't confuse application schema with edirectory schema, they are two
separate things.
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Re: User Classes, unable to locate attributes


Thanks.

I did as you suggested. I compared, and noticed that there were indeed
some attributes missing.

So I selected : UPDATE DESIGNER

However, when I go back to the "Schema Mapping Editor"...........I still
cannot see the attributes I need. (((

In fact, I cannot even see ALL the classes I created (when I select the
"Add Class" button)

What am I missing? 😞


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Re: User Classes, unable to locate attributes


OOPS!

My mistake.

I needed to CHECK the box which says : "Show auxillary attributes"

They are all there 🙂


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