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Cannot perform read operation on the LDAP System???


I am facing above issue in GRC system while syncing user data from LDAP connector. LDAP configuration is completed and seems to be working fine because of below details:

  1. Users are fetched successfully from LDAP system while searching in LDAP Tcode
  2. Users are authenticated successfully while accessing End User Logon Page.

I have tried syncing using user id having SAP_ALL profile but still could not get the proper result.

Please advise.



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    Posted on Apr 11, 2016 at 01:16 PM

    Hi Faisal,

    What exactly do you need to read? Do you use LDAP as a source for user searching?

    Please provide us with the details.

    I also have some opened issues with LDAP and we can help to each other.



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  • Posted on Apr 12, 2016 at 04:07 PM

    Hello guys,

    I am also facing the same issue.

    when I perform URP sync, I ma getting the error--cannot perform read operation on the LDAP systems. Is the user in LDAP should require any permissions. I kept as my userid while defining the connections. and also I dnt maintained any BASE ENTRY.. Is it mandatory to have the base entry?

    Do the user maintained in LDAP should have SAP_ALL?

    please suggest.



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    • Former Member ravi kumar


      Yes, all users have read access so no need to have any special permission.

      Secondly, I think you need to use "LDAP_END_USER_AUTH_SUFFIX" with value "@yourdomain" for LDAP connector, Connector Action#3 and 4 under..Maintain Mapping....->Assign Mapping Group Parameter.

      Hope this helps. Please share your feedback.


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