Dealing with OpenLDAP XMA 1.1: Undocumented Parameters

Along with the parameters available in the Configuration Guide, there are a few that are not documented but can be kind of useful: excludedTypes. Object types separated by comma. Provides a way to filter out certain object types in LDAP searches. This typically helps solving duplicated objects in DSML import file. storedChangeNumberOverride. You can put…

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Dealing with OpenLDAP XMA 1.1: Working with Deltas

OpenLDAP XMA can run delta imports using a timestamp attribute you define or the changelog. The MA uses the attribute specified in “deltaAttribute” custom parameter in order to implement watermarks and detect object changes. You may experience a couple of issues using a delta attribute: If the attribute does not exist for all objects you…

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Dealing with OpenLDAP XMA 1.1: Inspecting Records in Inport File

There is a great tool in MIIS 2003 Resource Kit 2.0 called FileViewer.exe. This tool provides a way to display or dump an entry or a range of entries from a file-based MA. This is specially useful when a particular object is generating some import/sync problems and you want to inspect the input file record…

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Dealing with OpenLDAP XMA 1.1: Template Bugs and Quick Fix

I was not able to find much guidance out there about the issues I found when attempting to use this great XMA, so I decided to write this post in case others find it useful. After installing OpenLDAP XMA (http://openldap-xma.sourceforge.net) MSI package, you will find a new MA available in ILM list of MAs, called…

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