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Cannot add class map with iManager


Hello.

iManager version 2.7.4.
SUSE Linux Enterprise 10.

Following the freeradius with eDirectory installation guide, it's
required to extend the eDirectory schema for RADIUS and thus adding a
new class map.
However, when trying to add a new class map, it apparently fails,
reporting a javascript error. It won't lanuch the pop-op to add the
class map.

LDAP -> LDAP Options -> LDAP Group -> Class map -> Add class map.

I tried adding semicolons as described here and restarting tomcat
serveral times, but with no success.

http://forums.novell.com/netiq/netiq-product-discussion-forums/imanager/155861-imanager-ldap-plugin-classmap-javascript-error.html

I hope someone can shed some light on this matter.

Regards.

Christian.


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Re: Cannot add class map with iManager

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This is not something I can reproduce currently. I get the popup
correctly when clicking the '+' button. Have you ruled out your
browser, or a problem with that particular iManager installation? I'm
using Firefox 9.0.1 on OpenSUSE 12.1 (x86_64) for my test, for what it's
worth. Trying with iManager Workstation may also be useful since it
typically rules out browser problems as well as issues specific to other
iManager instances.

Good luck.
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