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BHOLD Organizationunits export error. "objectidentifier" is missing

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  • trying to export organizationunits into the bhold core.

    Gettting export error "required objectidentifier is missing" on running export.

    Have followed the microsoft documentation but still facing issues.need help

    Thanks in advance


    shakti

    quinta-feira, 29 de agosto de 2013 13:09

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  • In past BHOLD environments, at a minimum, I have set up the following export flows for OrgUnits:

    1. bholdDescription
    2. Parent
       

    During Provisioning all I set is the DN for the OrgUnit.  I hope that helps!

    quinta-feira, 29 de agosto de 2013 20:19
  • Yes , i have set up those as my export flows.Can you elaborate on the "setting DN for the Orgunit" in the provisioning code

    shakti

    sexta-feira, 30 de agosto de 2013 04:51
  • Can you also elaborate on the provisioning code as it will be helpful in comparing with my provisioning code.

    shakti

    sexta-feira, 30 de agosto de 2013 04:56
  • sexta-feira, 30 de agosto de 2013 07:33
  • Yes, i have created my management agents and metaverse rules extension from Microsoft guides.

    Regards

    Shakti


    shakti

    sexta-feira, 30 de agosto de 2013 09:38
  • Do you use BHOLD SP1? I can confirm that organizational units are exported without errors when deployment follows those guides.
    sexta-feira, 30 de agosto de 2013 12:17
  • Yes we are using BHOLD sp1.But facing the issue on exporting OU objects.

    shakti

    sexta-feira, 30 de agosto de 2013 12:55
  • Does your Metaverse object look something like this (you probably don't need orgID)?

    Can you export other object types (users)?

    Are you able to create OUs manully in the BHOLD Core?


    sexta-feira, 30 de agosto de 2013 13:17
  • Here is my provisioning code, which I believe is straight from the lab:

             Try
                Dim numberofConnectors As Integer
                Dim myMA As ConnectedMA = mventry.ConnectedMAs("BHOLD Orgunits")
                numberofConnectors = myMA.Connectors.Count
                If 0 = numberofConnectors Then
                    Dim obCS As CSEntry
                    obCS = myMA.Connectors.StartNewConnector("OrganizationalUnit")
                    Dim DN As ReferenceValue
                    DN = myMA.EscapeDNComponent(System.Guid.NewGuid().ToString)
                    obCS.DN = DN
                    obCS.CommitNewConnector()
                End If
            Catch ex As Exception
                Throw ex
            End Try
    sexta-feira, 30 de agosto de 2013 22:50
  • Yes , i am able to export other object types.

    Yes, i am able to manually create OUs in BHOLD core.

    And my metaverse object is exactly like the flow mentioned above.


    shakti

    segunda-feira, 2 de setembro de 2013 05:07
  • Yes my provisioning code is exactly the same.

    shakti

    segunda-feira, 2 de setembro de 2013 05:08
  • but still i am getting the error "cd error required attribute object identifier missing"

    shakti

    segunda-feira, 2 de setembro de 2013 05:13
  • I am using C# for writing my provisioning code.

    shakti

    segunda-feira, 2 de setembro de 2013 05:25
  • If you're using c# your code can't be _exactly_ same, because that is vb (you probably knew that, but just in case you didn't). Maybe you could just try to use the code above.

    Are you sure you have deployed the right dll? Are you able to debug (e.g. add a breakpoint and see that your code execute)?

    segunda-feira, 2 de setembro de 2013 08:25
  • yes i know C# code can't be exactly same with the vb.

    Yes i have tried on everything but in vain.

    Please suggest alternatives.


    shakti

    segunda-feira, 2 de setembro de 2013 09:29
  • Do you have any other environment where you could test this? If not, you can try deconstruct your current BHOLD implementation and recreate it. Maybe even better idea would be to install an another test enviroment (you can use just one virtual machine). Whatever you choose, use test lab guides line by line and try to avoid any customizations.

    Test Lab Guide: Installing Forefront Identity Manager 2010 R2

    Test Lab Guide: BHOLD Access Management Connector

     
    segunda-feira, 9 de setembro de 2013 06:52
  • I'm seeing the same thing.  have you resolved it and if so can you share here?

    Paul N Smith

    sexta-feira, 11 de outubro de 2013 18:09
  • So I've been playing around and got the same issue. Had a issue that the bhold account needed full SQL access and local admin rights. Not 100% sure if this is required but the MS Lab is using administrator account for everything which is domain admins and Full SQL.

    Would be nice to get proper documentation.

    Going to play around and see what is required to make it work. only speculation at the moment.

    I also figured out there are required fields to create a user in BHOLD like displayname make sure you look at what fields are required.

    Again documentation would be nice here.

    quinta-feira, 17 de outubro de 2013 12:56