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  • From: Wallaert-Taquet Brigitte <>
  • To: Tom Zeller <>
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  • Subject: Re: [grouper-users] ldappcng : modify the format attribute
  • Date: Fri, 15 Jul 2011 16:19:03 +0200


Still one question :
I try to do the same format attribute with a simple attribute that contains the uid of 1 person :
owner=dallende --> uid=dallende,ou=people,dc=univ-lille1,dc=fr
"dallende" is writed manually, not via the person's search...

I have this response :

<ldappc:calcResponse status='failure' requestID='2011/07/15-16:05:03.354_Q0FH9FRZ' error='customError'>
<errorMessage>Unable to resolve attribute, dependency value is not a Member</errorMessage>
<ldappc:id ID='lille1:groupesdetravail:avancementsec:comadhocaecm0000fses'/>

I use the same syntax as for supannGroupeAdminDN or member for ldappcng but probably not possible because of the nature of attribute : string ?
Must I use a list, even if there will be always only one person in that attribute or is there another possibility ?

in ldappcng.xml :
<references name="owner" emptyValue="" >
<reference ref="owner" toObject="member" />

in ldappc-resolver.xml :
<resolver:AttributeDefinition id="owner" xsi:type="grouper:Member" sourceAttributeID="owner">
<resolver:Dependency ref="GroupDataConnectorAEC" />
<grouper:Attribute id="id" source="lille1:ldap" />


Le 15/07/2011 12:43, Tom Zeller a écrit :
So I can't publish in my ldap : the bulkSync take only one group : the first
declared in my ldappcng.xml
Perhaps an option could help me ?
Looking at ldappcng.xml posted in the other thread, each object should
have a unique id :

<object id="group2" authoritative="false">
<identifier ref="group-dn2" baseId="${groupsOU}">

<object id="group" authoritative="false">
<identifier ref="group-dn" baseId="${groupsOU}">

Your configuration has<object id="group" ... /> twice, which I think
is the issue.

If this is the case, ldappcng should throw a configuration error, and
the failure to do so is a bug.

Brigitte Wallaert-Taquet
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