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An error occurred while creating your new user account throu

hi All,

Hi,

After entering the details in new user form i am getting below error. SSPR 5049 An error occurred while creating your new user account. Please contact your administrator. { 5049 ERROR_NEW_USER_FAILURE (unexpected ldap error creating user entry: javax.naming.directory.SchemaViolationException: [LDAP: error code 65 - NDS error: no such class (-604)]) }


thanks sarita
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Re: An error occurred while creating your new user account throu

Perhaps SSPR is trying to add its own auxiliary classes, and you have not
yet extended schema to allow for those. IF you watch in eDirectory using
ndstrace, you should be able to see the transaction with perhaps a better
error message.


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Re: An error occurred while creating your new user account throu

On 1/5/2017 3:22 PM, ab wrote:
> Perhaps SSPR is trying to add its own auxiliary classes, and you have not
> yet extended schema to allow for those. IF you watch in eDirectory using
> ndstrace, you should be able to see the transaction with perhaps a better
> error message.


pwmResponseSet I think is the class.


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Re: An error occurred while creating your new user account t

geoffc;2447958 wrote:
On 1/5/2017 3:22 PM, ab wrote:
> Perhaps SSPR is trying to add its own auxiliary classes, and you have not
> yet extended schema to allow for those. IF you watch in eDirectory using
> ndstrace, you should be able to see the transaction with perhaps a better
> error message.


pwmResponseSet I think is the class.


Yes you guys are right I didnt extend the schema. I will first describe my POC setup. I have NAM in place and I am using inbuild edirectory of NAM for SSPR integration on windows machine. To solve this problem I have to extend the schema but here is I am using this NAM inbuild e-directory so how can I extend the schema. Is it feasible to use this edirectory but for POC purpose

thanks
sarita
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Re: An error occurred while creating your new user account throu

On 1/9/2017 1:56 AM, DICGC wrote:
>
> geoffc;2447958 Wrote:
>> On 1/5/2017 3:22 PM, ab wrote:
>>> Perhaps SSPR is trying to add its own auxiliary classes, and you have

>> not
>>> yet extended schema to allow for those. IF you watch in eDirectory

>> using
>>> ndstrace, you should be able to see the transaction with perhaps a

>> better
>>> error message.

>>
>> pwmResponseSet I think is the class.

>
> Yes you guys are right I didnt extend the schema. I will first describe
> my POC setup. I have NAM in place and I am using inbuild edirectory of
> NAM for SSPR integration on windows machine. To solve this problem I
> have to extend the schema but here is I am using this NAM inbuild
> e-directory so how can I extend the schema. Is it feasible to use this
> edirectory but for POC purpose


The eDirectory that the Admin console of NAM uses for managing NAM
should NOT be used or this purpose.


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Re: An error occurred while creating your new user account t

geoffc;2448083 wrote:
On 1/9/2017 1:56 AM, DICGC wrote:
>
> geoffc;2447958 Wrote:
>> On 1/5/2017 3:22 PM, ab wrote:
>>> Perhaps SSPR is trying to add its own auxiliary classes, and you have

>> not
>>> yet extended schema to allow for those. IF you watch in eDirectory

>> using
>>> ndstrace, you should be able to see the transaction with perhaps a

>> better
>>> error message.

>>
>> pwmResponseSet I think is the class.

>
> Yes you guys are right I didnt extend the schema. I will first describe
> my POC setup. I have NAM in place and I am using inbuild edirectory of
> NAM for SSPR integration on windows machine. To solve this problem I
> have to extend the schema but here is I am using this NAM inbuild
> e-directory so how can I extend the schema. Is it feasible to use this
> edirectory but for POC purpose


The eDirectory that the Admin console of NAM uses for managing NAM
should NOT be used or this purpose.



thanks now its working 🙂
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Re: An error occurred while creating your new user account throu

On 2/9/2017 1:36 AM, DICGC wrote:
>
> geoffc;2448083 Wrote:
>> On 1/9/2017 1:56 AM, DICGC wrote:
>>>
>>> geoffc;2447958 Wrote:
>>>> On 1/5/2017 3:22 PM, ab wrote:
>>>>> Perhaps SSPR is trying to add its own auxiliary classes, and you

>> have
>>>> not
>>>>> yet extended schema to allow for those. IF you watch in eDirectory
>>>> using
>>>>> ndstrace, you should be able to see the transaction with perhaps a
>>>> better
>>>>> error message.
>>>>
>>>> pwmResponseSet I think is the class.
>>>
>>> Yes you guys are right I didnt extend the schema. I will first

>> describe
>>> my POC setup. I have NAM in place and I am using inbuild edirectory

>> of
>>> NAM for SSPR integration on windows machine. To solve this problem I
>>> have to extend the schema but here is I am using this NAM inbuild
>>> e-directory so how can I extend the schema. Is it feasible to use

>> this
>>> edirectory but for POC purpose

>>
>> The eDirectory that the Admin console of NAM uses for managing NAM
>> should NOT be used or this purpose.

>
>
> thanks now its working 🙂


As long as you are reporting back, what steps specifically helped? The
goal is to leave a record forthe next person who sees this issue.


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