July 23, 2008
This document contains the known issues for Novell® Identity Manager version 3.6.
This Readme contains the known issues for Identity Manager version 3.6. In addition to this Readme, separate Readmes are available for Designer 3.0 and the User Application Roles Based Provisioning Module:
Additional documentation resources are also available for the following:
The following sections provide information for known issues at the time of the product release.
The following sections describe issues you might encounter during installation of the Identity Manager Metadirectory engine and drivers.
When installing to a Red Hat* 5.0 server, the Installation program might exit without finishing and give the following console message:
/tmp/install.dir.3693/Linux/resource/jre/bin/java: symbol lookup error: /tmp/lib/libspmclnt.so: undefined symbol: DDCDuplicateContext
This is a one-time error. Rerun the Installation program.
When installing to AIX* 5L version 5.3 with eDirectory™ 8.8.3, the only supported AIX maintenance level is 5300-04. Newer or older maintenance levels are not supported.
When upgrading from an earlier version of Identity Manager on the Windows* platform, you should use the same Administrator account that was used to install eDirectory. For example, if a domain Administrator account was used to install eDirectory, you should use the domain Administrator account again when installing Identity Manager and not use a local Administrator account.
If you do not use the same Administrator account, users’ answers for their Challenge Response questions are no longer accessible. This occurs because the tree key is re-created during the installation (because of the different Administrator account) and the new tree key does not provide the correct access to the stored answers. Users are prompted for new Challenge Response answers when they log in.
The following section describes issues you might encounter as you use the Remote Loader.
When you use the Remote Loader on Windows 2008, if the trace screen is updated, a pop-up window that requires your interaction is displayed.There is no solution to turn off the pop-up window. To avoid this situation, use a trace file instead of the trace screen.
When you upgrade Remote Loader from 32-bit (IDM 3.5.1) to 64-bit (IDM 3.6) on Windows Server 2003 64-bit, old configuration files disappear from the Remote Loader Console utility.
Work around: Use the command line version of Remote Loader to start the instances:
dirxml_remote.exe -config xxxxx-Config.txt -setpasswords yyyyy zzzzzdirxml_remote.exe -config xxxxx-Config.txt
For more information on Remote Loader command line options, see usage.html file which exists in the Remote Loader installation folder.
When you start IDM 3.6 Remote Loader on Linux 64-bit, JVM load operation fails displaying the following error message:
rdxml.bin: error: Unable to load JVM
Go to /opt/novell/eDirectory/lib/nds-modules.
Type the following command.
ls -lrt jre
If the jre directory is present, go to step 3. Otherwise go to step 5.
Move all the jar files from jre/lib/ext to/opt/novell/eDirectory/lib64/nds-modules/jre/lib/ext by doing the following:
Go to /jre/lib/ext.
Type the following command:
mv *.jar /opt/novell/eDirectory/lib64/nds-modules/jre/lib/ext
Make sure that there are no files remaining in the jre/lib/ext directory.
Delete the jre directory from /opt/novell/eDirectory/lib/nds-modules.
Type the following command to make sure that you are in the /opt/novell/eDirectory/lib/nds-modules directory.
Now create a symbolic link to /opt/novell/eDirectory/lib64/nds-modules/jre1.6.0_06 by typing the following command:
ln -s /opt/novell/eDirectory/lib64/nds-modules/jre1.6.0_06 jre
Start the Remote Loader.
The following section describes issues you might encounter as you use the Identity Manager drivers.
When the Active Directory driver’s basic configuration file is imported to create a new driver, the authentication method is set toby default. If you want to use authentication, change the authentication setting on the driver’s property page after the driver is created.
The following sections describe issues you might encounter as you use iManager.
When you are in iManager, particularly the Policy Builder, Internet Explorer* 7 continually prompts you for access to the Clipboard. To disable prompting:
Click thetab, then click .
Click> , then select .
After you restart Internet Explorer, the prompting stops.
If you want to use the NDS-to-NDS Driver Certificates Wizard, you must download and install the iManager plug-in for Novell Certificate Server™.
The following sections describe issues you might encounter related to eDirectory:
When running Identity Manager on AIX with eDirectory 8.8.3, you need to increase the eDirectory stack size.
Increase the stack size:
ldedit -b maxstack=0x10000000 /opt/novell/eDirectory/sbin/ndsd
When installing 32-bit eDirectory 8.8.3 on servers that use AMD Opteron* (X86_64) processors, the installation generates a segmentation fault during installation of NICI (Novell International Cryptographic Infrastructure) and NICI is not installed properly.
Novell Support can provide a patch to fix this issue. For information, see Technical Information Document 7000979.
When you upgrade OES 2 64-bit to OES 2 SP1 64-bit, eDirectory 8.8.2 32-bit, which was installed with OES 2, is upgraded to eDirectory 8.8.4 64-bit. Because IDM 3.6 does not support 64-bit eDirectory, it does not work after the OES upgrade.
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