schema map attribute from policy
Need to schema map from policy, have attribute names in eDir space, but query towards target system should be initiated from ITP (tail end of subscriber process).
Was sure that this was either an enhancement request or actually added somewhere. Was it in the JARs shipped with REST shim? (not using that shim.. but seem to recall something there).
Anyone got ideas?
Happy to also inject some sort of event that goes further into
That doesn't work if you have DirXML-Script schma mapping policies doing all kinds of funky stuff!
I am going to try a non-schema mapping reliant approach first.
Reacting to status+add assoc in subscriber ITP and want to do stuff in IDC on another object using data in the object in target system I just created.
A lot of the input to what I want to do is predefined in an XML where attributes are written in eDir.
So what I did was created a sync event from the add association and tagged it appropriately. This passes into publisher policies but still part of subscriber thread.
Did all processing in pub-etp (edir namespace) and vetoed sync afterwards.
Are you talking about "conditional" schema mapping? (like in GroupWise driver)
Read schema to the nodeset still one of the best options (if you don't want to maintain attributes list in the special mapping table object).
Keep us updated about your development...
This is interesting, that the number of folks working on a different flavor of this issue: what is the most effective way to get from the policy info about attribute specification and make an informed decision about required transformation.
My question in another thread (https://community.microfocus.com/t5/Identity-Manager-User/Q-Get-sizing-information-from-schema/td-p/2697257) also "indirectly" related to your question. 🙂
Rename Operation Attribute?
For each a GCV of attributes that need to be remapped, stored as Attr1:Attr2
Split $current-node using substring-before and -after the colon and then if op attr $BEFORE$ availabile, rename op attr $BEFORE$ to $AFTER$