Leave a Reply Cancel reply You must be logged in to post a comment. Receiving DOM document from application. The eDir2eDir Default Configuration package basically adds the rules in the Subscriber and Publisher channel as well as the filter and schema map that define basic user synchronization. Then the process repeats itself during the next startup of the driver. Then the driver uses the new eDirectory change log to get events out. If your servers are in a secure network, and not publically exposed, you can provide be use this setting without too much worry. I hope this article could be helpful for those thinking to implement this driver.

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Due to this approach, the driver does not work on a real event-driven basis on the publisher channel and not direcctional attributes like passwords are accessible through native LDAP-API the driver is using.

The event capturing portion of regular IDM is required for directiomal channel operation. For example, the default package will set password sync to be bidirectional.

For one thing, I am sure the twists in the eDir2eDir Password Synchronization will be interesting since as we will see in the configuration steps, syncing the Public and Private Keys instead of Universal Password is supported, so probably have some custom rules to handle that case.

Bidirectional Driver for eDirectory — Some hints and workarounds One of the new features introduced in IDM 4 was the bidirectional driver for eDirectory, which should ease the process of connecting a remote eDirectory-Tree to an IDM system. I assume this is due to the missing group association.

Error occured while getting socket factory. One of the new features introduced in IDM 4 was the bidirectional driver for eDirectory, which should ease the process of connecting a remote eDirectory-Tree to an IDM system.


How to Capture a Bidirectional eDirectory Driver Changelog Trace

During startup of the driver, these modules receive the eDirectory context to be synchronized for this driver. Dorectional actually is quite clever because it allows for one package to deliver the content, the policies from the Common group and be shared, then a second package per driver, which you could also copy and modify for your situation that handles how your specific use case needs it. This can be seen in a trace level 3 of the driver startup. Bidirectional eDirectory Group Entitlement Figured out the issue The configuration options have some interesting bits in them and it is worth looking at them.

First using the old eDirectory driver and second using a native LDAP driver — either way has its drawbacks, which I want to stress here quickly.

Bidirectional eDirectory Driver Fails to Start: EDIRDrvTrustManager$WrappedException

Next up is which version of Password Sync to use, 1. Then the process repeats itself during the next startup of the driver. In my setup, the group is assigned to the user, but the user is not assigned to the group. If no Rights are assigned to read the Filer: The default does Mirrored and flat placement, but if you want to make changes, you should make a new package, copy from the eDir2eDir Default Configuration packages and when done, use your package instead.

The traditional eDirectory driver and the new Bidirectional eDirectory driver are mutually exclusive. Interestingly enough in the initial IDM 4 release they doubled up a couple of them and did not remember to change that code.


Bidirectional eDirectory Driver Fails to Start: EDIRDrvTrustManager$WrappedException

Home Skip to Content Micro Focus. This comes to mind since I recently found a reasonably painful bug in all the base packages with Remote Loader package prompts that use SSL. Bidirectional DrivereDirectory Driver. And to be fair, it has happened in some bugs that a bug number is inserted in the Readme, alas the bug rarely has sufficient detail about the solution.

That is, the Managed System Info package is meant to be used in Reporting to provide the basic edirecgory about this connected system. The configuration is split across the Identity Vault and eDirectory. This is strange, because most other drivers only need the corresponding rights to the synchronized data.

This requires Identity Manager to be configured on both eDirectory servers.

The eDir2eDir Managed System Info package is one of those somewhat silly things, I think, that is done all to support a 2 or 4 character string. Thus the direcfional same package in maintained, one per driver, basically just varying the connected system type identifier. If you are challenged with the problem that in one tree the attribute is named idmSurname and in the other corpSurname the synchronization is only working on the subscriber channel — as long as the attribute is correctly edirecctory in the schema mapping policy.

No driver filter found Not connected to LDAP server or couldn’t read its schema. If so, delete the file, then the Bidirectional eDirectory driver should start up.