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Access Enforcer LDAP Mapping - ObjectClass and UniqueLDAPKey fields

Hello everybody,

We don't understand how to use the ObjectClass and UniqueLDAPKey fiels into LDAP mapping of Access Enforcer.

Do you know how to use these fields ? Do you have an example ?

Thank you very much for your assistance,

Best regards,

David Heang

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    Posted on Aug 22, 2007 at 09:36 PM

    Object Class

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    Identify the type of data represented by the entry. When creating a new LDAP entry, you must always specify all of the the object classes to which the new entry belongs. If you quite sure of the right entry enter the superclass of the entry.

    UniqueLDAPKey

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    This field is like primary key in a table. This will be unique for the employees. Ex : employee number. This will be identifier of the employee and will not be changed even if employee changes his/her name.

    Not all the fields in LDAP mapping page of AE is mandate.

    If you like to have those field values to be entered in User Master Record then you have to define custom fields and map it with LDAP fields.

    Regards,

    Muthu Kumaran KG

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    Posted on Aug 22, 2007 at 09:39 PM

    Object Class

    -


    Identify the type of data represented by the entry. When creating a new LDAP entry, you must always specify all of the the object classes to which the new entry belongs. If you not sure of the right entry enter the superclass of the entry.

    UniqueLDAPKey

    -


    This field is like primary key in a table. This will be unique for the employees. Ex : employee number. This will be identifier of the employee and will not be changed even if employee changes his/her name.

    Not all the fields in LDAP mapping page of AE is mandate.

    If you like to have those field values to be entered in User Master Record then you have to define custom fields and map it with LDAP fields.

    Regards,

    Muthu Kumaran KG

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