I recently got to work with the new (in 4.02) Bidirectional eDirectory driver on a project. As I went through that process I managed to grab a couple of error traces that I thought would be helpful to people, at the very least, showing up in a Google search, when troubleshooting. I have done these…
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. This article is written for those having a good understanding of the NetIQ IDM framework, but have not yet implemented this (new) driver. In this article…
Here’s part 6 of Geoffrey Carman’s series on Walking through the Bidirectional eDirectory Driver. In this article, you’ll learn about Match, Create, Placement, and Command Transform policy sets.
Here’s part 5 of Geoffrey Carman’s series on Walking through the Bidirectional eDirectory Driver. In this article, you’ll learn more about Input Transform and Publisher Event Transform.
Here’s part 4 of Geoffrey Carman’s series on Walking through the Bidirectional eDirectory Driver. In this article, you’ll learn more about the Subscriber Command Transform policy set.
This article is sort of a continuation of the error code series, with the exception that there really seems to be no error code to talk about. In this case, I had restarted eDirectory (ndsd process on SLES 10 SP2 Linux) and the driver would start, and immediately shut down. This is a hard one to troubleshoot, since as you look through the trace output, you end up seeing no errors.
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