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LBURP operation failed: 20(Type or value exists),

Hi,

We perform an operation weekly to export/import changes using LDAP and the NDS Import/Export Wizard in ConsoleOne. For some unknown reason we aren't able to import certain data any longer. Below is a sample import file with only one change that I am using for troubleshooting. Below that is the verbose output from the NDS Import/Export Wizard in ConsoleOne that I get when trying to import the test file. When I use DSBROWSE on any of the replica holders to view the user object, the object is missing the data. I see the attribute however there is no value. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.


SAMPLE/TEST LDAP IMPORT FILE
version: 1

dn: cn=JOEUSER,ou=XXX,ou=XXX,ou=XXX,o=XXX
changetype: modify
add: jobCode
jobCode: 000000000012345

VERBOSE OUTPUT FROM IMPORTING THE TEST FILE
Novell ICE ConsoleOne native interface for Novell eDirectory
version: 10552.36
Copyright 2000 Novell, Inc. All rights reserved. Patent Pending.
Novell ICE ConsoleOne native interface for Novell eDirectory
version: 10552.36
Copyright 2000 Novell, Inc. All rights reserved. Patent Pending.
Source Handler: ICE LDIF handler for Novell eDirectory (version: 10552.36 )
Destination Handler: ICE LDAP handler for Novell eDirectory (version: 10552.36 )
ICE log file: ice.log
Start time: Wednesday, January 10, 2007
Operation in progress ...

Record 1: LBURP operation failed: 20(Type or value exists), dn: cn=JOEUSER,ou=xxx,ou=xxx,ou=xxx,o=xxx

Total entries processed: 1
Total entries failed: 1
End time: Wednesday, January 10, 2007
Total Time: 0:00:01.047
Time per entry: 00:01.047
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Re: LBURP operation failed: 20(Type or value exists),

Might want to try a newer version of ICE.
Mine is version: 20112.62.
Also, try ice from the command line.

Have you updated eDirectory with new version?

-jim

Riley Martin wrote:
> Hi,
>
> We perform an operation weekly to export/import changes using LDAP
> and the NDS Import/Export Wizard in ConsoleOne. For some unknown reason
> we aren't able to import certain data any longer. Below is a sample
> import file with only one change that I am using for troubleshooting.
> Below that is the verbose output from the NDS Import/Export Wizard in
> ConsoleOne that I get when trying to import the test file. When I use
> DSBROWSE on any of the replica holders to view the user object, the
> object is missing the data. I see the attribute however there is no
> value. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
>
>
> *_SAMPLE/TEST LDAP IMPORT FILE_*
> version: 1
>
> dn: cn=JOEUSER,ou=XXX,ou=XXX,ou=XXX,o=XXX
> changetype: modify
> add: jobCode
> jobCode: 000000000012345
>
> *_VERBOSE OUTPUT FROM IMPORTING THE TEST FILE_*
> Novell ICE ConsoleOne native interface for Novell eDirectory
> version: 10552.36
> Copyright 2000 Novell, Inc. All rights reserved. Patent Pending.
> Novell ICE ConsoleOne native interface for Novell eDirectory
> version: 10552.36
> Copyright 2000 Novell, Inc. All rights reserved. Patent Pending.
> Source Handler: ICE LDIF handler for Novell eDirectory (version: 10552.36 )
> Destination Handler: ICE LDAP handler for Novell eDirectory (version:
> 10552.36 )
> ICE log file: ice.log
> Start time: Wednesday, January 10, 2007
> Operation in progress ...
>
> Record 1: LBURP operation failed: 20(Type or value exists), dn:
> cn=JOEUSER,ou=xxx,ou=xxx,ou=xxx,o=xxx
>
> Total entries processed: 1
> Total entries failed: 1
> End time: Wednesday, January 10, 2007
> Total Time: 0:00:01.047
> Time per entry: 00:01.047
>
>

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