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New LDAP - old Vibe

Hi,

I want to move the existing Vibe system to an new eDir (LDAP).

This means that I have build a new eDir which has a new structure and less
old useless objects and schema. But the most of the users are there again.
But they have new user objects.

Is there a documented way to move the Vibe system to the new LDAP so that
the user don't lose their vibe account?

Bernd
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Re: New LDAP - old Vibe

Hi Bernd,

there's no official documented way to do migration, but it's possible to do. I'm not sure but I think it was ones described on this forum, please check old topics. The idea is to update database table SS_Principals, there are two columns which keep LDAP matching information: ldapGUID and foreignName. To do migration you need to update those both columns for all users you want to move to new LDAP.

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Pawel
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Re: New LDAP - old Vibe

pawelnowicki schrieb am Freitag, 2. Januar 2015 21:26 in
novell.support.vibe.onprem :

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> there's no official documented way to do migration, but it's possible to
> do. I'm not sure but I think it was ones described on this forum, please
> check old topics. The idea is to update database table SS_Principals,
> there are two columns which keep LDAP matching information: ldapGUID and
> foreignName. To do migration you need to update those both columns for
> all users you want to move to new LDAP.


Hi Pawel,

thx for the hints I will try this.

Bernd
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