We created a LDAP connector (Connector Xpress > JNDI "common" template) to connect a Oracle LDAP Directory as endpoint, but not all User Account Attributes can be read from IAM, while they are read from a LDAP browser using same credentials. We added structural and auxiliary classes, specific to the endpoint, in User Account Attributes configuration in ConnectorXpress. Many User Account attributes are from "structural" and "auxiliary" classes. After the process of creating the project, the endpoint type, the endpoint, importing the roles definitios to the environment, executing explore&correlate, adding fields to IAM task "View Oracle LDAP User Account", we can't get the values shown on the view page.In particular, we CAN get/read the values from the fields with"standard" classes (e.g. iNetOrgPerson"), but CAN'T get/read the values from added specific classes. Anyone can help? Thank you.
Can you please share the screenshot. I think you need to check the checkbox where objectclasss names are shown and by default they are not selected.
Can't find checkboxes, where should i look for? I share two screenshots with objectclasses infos. Thanks.
'IAM task "View Oracle LDAP User Account", we can't get the values shown on the view page'.. Are you referring to IM Screen? The screen where user account attributes are shown? Please share screenshot of this screen. Or you can also share screen for default Oracle endpoint Account Template.
Hello. I am helping customer with this problem. We observe this issue directly in Provisioning manager
On the Connector Xpress, these fields seem correctly mapped but after an explore they don't appear on the Provisioning Manager. I attach screenshot about a field (Master AD Username) that is populated for all users and does not appear on Provisioning Manager.
Hello Maybe we found the problem. When customer add attributes from a custom class, Metadata are written in wrong way Before the attribute, connector xpress put the Object Class name. Example. We see in new endpoint Metadata "inetOrgPersonCoin:masteradusername" instead of the correct form"masteradusername"
Once corrected manually, it works I suspect there is a bug in the connector xpress interface that add the object class to the attribute
Thank you Giovanni