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Plugin Studio


I an desperately trying to make a Custom Plugin for modifying custom
attributes of user.

How ever whenever I go to iManager | Configure | Role Based Services -
I do not see the Plugin Studio option that I would expect after reading
the documentation...

I do see the "Some roles and tasks are not available" warning, and via
View Details I am able to see Plugin Studio is not available because
"RBS is not currently installed in this tree"

I have run the RBS Configuration Wizard and rebooted the server. I can
see the RBS Collection, but the box keeps telling me I don't have RBS
installed in the tree.

Whenever I try to Edit the RBS Collection, I get an warning "Either the
RBS schema definitions have not been installed or they are out of date.
Slect OK to extend the schema and continue."
I press OK and I can edit the Collection, but after a restart I still
do not see the Plugin studio.

Why is this so damn hard? And what does the Plugin Studio have to do
with RBS anyway?

I am running iManager 2.7.4 on OES2sp3 on SLES.

Bob


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Re: Plugin Studio


I was able to download iManager Workstation and from there I can see the
Plugin Studio option.

But I would still like to know why it doesn't work on the main
installation??

Bob


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Re: Plugin Studio


Only thing I can think of off the top of my head is, what "role" are you
when you login to iManager?

It'll say something like:

You're logged in as "Admin" with Collection Owner Access
or something.


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robert_w_brandt;2176800 Wrote:
> I an desperately trying to make a Custom Plugin for modifying custom
> attributes of user.
> How ever whenever I go to iManager | Configure | Role Based Services -
> I do not see the Plugin Studio option that I would expect after reading
> the documentation...
> ....
> Why is this so damn hard?
>


I figured it out, turns out it was a PEBCAK problem. In Configure
iManager | RBS I had the "Force Unrestricted Access" option checked
which I assume nullifies RBS.

Thanks
Bob


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