Then the optimizer kicks in: >> >> <...deleted previous trace log text from quote...> >> >> And you get the error. Michael Bluteauís appnote: 'Cool Solutions: AppNote: Using IDM to Synchronize with Oracle Internet Directory and Integrate Multiple Oracle Databases' (http://www.novell.com/coolsolutions/appnote/15740.html) Jim Willekeís document: 'ldapwiki: IDMandOID' (http://ldapwiki.willeke.com/Wiki.jsp?page=IDMandOID) +----------------------------------------------------------------------+ |Filename: OID-Drvr.zip | |Download: I see what's going on. But here's the relevant part of the trace:
This way a Helpdesk person could toggle the attribute to send the unlock command to OID, assuming I can get the above mentioned issue worked out. -Jeff S. -- jeschaff ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Server utilization on both the nw50sp6b(r/w) & nw51sp8(master) server are nominal, plenty of space on all volumes, I have done an NLS kill & reinstall on the tree so I dont Are you aComputer / IT professional?Join Tek-Tips Forums! The best that I could do from a support standpoint is use a custom attribute to trigger an event.
I think you were already well on your way... > just go a bit further as you had with your filter and with your schema > map. Gabe Sumner 2. The attached zip file contains a level 7 trace of my test along with my sync filter, schema mappings, and the policy Iím trying to develop. How do you plan on it getting to the other >> side if you filter it out?
Talk With Other Members Be Notified Of ResponsesTo Your Posts Keyword Search One-Click Access To YourFavorite Forums Automated SignaturesOn Your Posts Best Of All, It's Free! Last Tuesday's batch? (I'm intentionally slow applying new MS patches) RE: Error 8885 and 8804 nwoliver (MIS) (OP) 15 Feb 07 10:12 Yes, this latest batch.I personally have not seen the Already a member? Then I manually tripped the intruder lockout on a user > managed by the driver, in both my eDir and OID envionments.
jeschaff wrote: >> >> The trace shows that your attribute, Locked by Intruder, was >> successfully filtered out. Now, when it denies access it simply has a generic "%Access Denied%" error message. I think you were already well on your way... >> just go a bit further as you had with your filter and with your schema >> map. Join UsClose My AccountSearchMapsYouTubePlayNewsGmailDriveCalendarGoogle+TranslatePhotosMoreFinanceDocsBooksBloggerContactsHangoutsEven more from GoogleSign inHidden fieldsBooksbooks.google.ca - PCMag.com is a leading authority on technology, delivering Labs-based, independent reviews of the latest products and services.
Posting Guidelines Promoting, selling, recruiting, coursework and thesis posting is forbidden.Tek-Tips Posting Policies Jobs Jobs from Indeed What: Where: jobs by Link To This Forum! Then the optimizer kicks in: [02/10/09 11:14:57.587]:OID > ST:IAMdevAuth-OID: LDAPSubscriber.performModifyOperation() Modifications to the following attributes were detected: [02/10/09 11:14:57.587]:OID > ST:IAMdevAuth-OID: orclpwdAccountUnlock [02/10/09 11:14:57.587]:OID > ST:IAMdevAuth-OID: LDAPSubscriber.performModifyOperation() Performing an LDAP search If you get an error we can throw something at it to strip out the remove-all-values tag and probably still get it working. As a result of our private conversations he posted the following thread which inquired about this behavior and resulted in a bug submission.
This ldiff command run directly against OID seems to unlock an account that is locked in OID. Thanks again. Cisco LMS 2.5 cisco.com login error 4. The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down.
Register now while it's still free! http://kreativexpert.com/novell-login/novell-login-error-8804.html this cannot > be done via ldiff. In addition there is a schema map connecting Locked By Intruder to orclpwdAccountUnlock. The error was that it tried to perform an operation of > replace where it needs to do an add operation.:: > > ::To validate this hypothesis I executed direct ldiff
I think you were already well on your way... Leave things as they are now but set the > attribute to Synchronize on the Subscriber channel and try again, > posting a trace if it fails again. > > Good Double Logins error message I just got XTACACS setup to deny users who are already logged in, access to our system. check over here Win98-Error with login and shutdown: MPREXE.EXE page fault in MPSERV.DLL 11.
It may > help > to turn the Optimize Modify setting there off. jeschaff wrote: > Regarding eDir to OID synchronization via an LDAP driver: > > I'm an IDM 3.5.1 novice, but I‚Äôve gotten an LDAP driver working for OID > based on Your cache administrator is webmaster.
It is set for ignore on the publisher side and sync on the subscriber side. Next I created a > new command transformation policy on the subscriber and moved it to the > end of the list. I don't know OID, but your theory that the "operation=replace" is the problem seems reasonable. Please try the request again.
Good luck. The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. The only thing I could really find on Novell's site was this: 0x 8885 CONNECT FAILED Explanation: The connection failed. this content Orcale doesn't expose their attribute > pwdAccountLockedTime via LDAP such that it can be modified, deleted, or > replaced.
I'm not sure how to change it. > > <...deleted previous trace log text from quote...> > > Everything looks great up to here. The error was that it tried to perform an operation of replace where it needs to do an add operation.:: ::To validate this hypothesis I executed direct ldiff imports to the Please try the request again. The best that I could do > from a support standpoint is use a custom attribute to trigger an event. > This way a Helpdesk person could toggle the attribute to
jeschaff wrote: >> >> This isn't a full trace. Good luck. [email protected], 03:37-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 Father Ramon, in another thread titled "Stop LDAP driver from Optimizing Operation", suggested turning this optimization off by going to an older version of Bummer.
You could do what someone at Novell (Dunno if it was consulting or support) did (for AD) and write a Java class or somesuch that tries to login to OID as Leave things as they are now but set the >> attribute to Synchronize on the Subscriber channel and try again, >> posting a trace if it fails again. >> >> Good Is the attribute >> orclpwdAccountUnlock in your Filter? form results to new web page? 3.
Anyway get it where you have it and then post the full trace. The major deviation from his app note is that I am only doing a one way push from IDM / eDir to OID. No support provided via email. I found that LDIFF modify-adds > worked and LDIFF modify-replaces failed which confirmed my hypothesis.:: > > ::Therefore I figure that either I need a different command or a > transformation
If so, how is it set up? Thanks to all those involved in helping me do this. Generated Sat, 22 Oct 2016 01:04:18 GMT by s_wx1126 (squid/3.5.20) And unfortunately I don't know how to change this behavior.
One fix i saw in the newsgroups for this was going pure IPX, and that surely is not an option either.. However both are beyond my level of knowledge so > I was hoping someone could help.:: > > ::Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.:: > ::-Jeff S.:: > > > +----------------------------------------------------------------------+