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Migrate into Identity Vault


Hi,

I want to perform a first time migration into Identity vault from an
connected system (say, Active Directory or LDAP)

I was using the option of 'Migrate into Identity Vault' in iManager (not
sure if this is the best approach)...I did the below steps:
1. Click on Edit list
2. Selected the required Class and attributes
3. Specified the value of attribute which will be working as search
criteria
4. Click Ok
5. 'Migration will be started' message is show. Click OK

After this, I am unable to find the user been migrated into IDM.

Hope for an positive response.

Thanks!


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Re: Migrate into Identity Vault

On 11/12/2013 9:14 AM, neha gupta wrote:
>
> Hi,
>
> I want to perform a first time migration into Identity vault from an
> connected system (say, Active Directory or LDAP)
>
> I was using the option of 'Migrate into Identity Vault' in iManager (not
> sure if this is the best approach)...I did the below steps:
> 1. Click on Edit list
> 2. Selected the required Class and attributes
> 3. Specified the value of attribute which will be working as search
> criteria
> 4. Click Ok
> 5. 'Migration will be started' message is show. Click OK
>
> After this, I am unable to find the user been migrated into IDM.


While, yes, you do initiate this action from iManager, it is really a
question about IDM, and you will find significantly better luck, if you
ask in a more appropriate forum. Look for the Identity Manager, Engine
and Drivers forum and try again.

To answer quickly, your migrate started, and the policies in place
decided to veto it for some reason.

What is the reason? Well you need to look at the trace out put. (Not
logging, tracing. Different).

In iManager, properties of the driver, Misc top tab, is Trace settings.
Level=3, trace file = /var/log/idm/MyDriver.log (Unix'en. If it is
Winders, format is of course c:\temp\MyDriver.log, if still on Netware,
sys:\tmp\Mydriver.log).

Then look at that file, look for your query, follow it through till you
see why it stopped. (Probably a veto if operation attribute
nspmDistributionPassword not available. Or whatever, post that trace
snippet to start, the whole thing on susepaste.org if possible).


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