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FIM Attribute flow issue RRS feed

  • Question

  • Hi,

    When I try to map the export attribute flow in SQL Management agent "dn<-calcdn" ,it throws the below error.

    User has full permission in SQL Table. I can able to map this attribute in ILM SP1 sync engine. when I try the same in FIM 2010 R2 synch engine its throws the error!..

    dn is normal string attribute in SQL

    calcdn is normal string attribute in Metaverse.

    The server encountered an unexpected error while performing an operation for a management agent.

    "ERR_: MMS(4852): d:\bt\800\private\source\miis\server\rules\eafxml.cpp(971): EAF: XML Element <export-flow> specifies a destination attribute 'dn' that is readonly or immutable

    BAIL: MMS(4852): d:\bt\800\private\source\miis\server\rules\eafxml.cpp(972): 0x80230511 (The export attribute flow rules XML defines an invalid/incomplete rule.)

    BAIL: MMS(4852): d:\bt\800\private\source\miis\server\rules\eafxml.cpp(399): 0x80230511 (The export attribute flow rules XML defines an invalid/incomplete rule.)

    BAIL: MMS(4852): d:\bt\800\private\source\miis\shared\xmlpe\xstack.cpp(540): 0x80230511 (The export attribute flow rules XML defines an invalid/incomplete rule.)

    BAIL: MMS(4852): d:\bt\800\private\source\miis\shared\xmlpe\xparse.cpp(544): 0x80230511 (The export attribute flow rules XML defines an invalid/incomplete rule.)

    ERR_: MMS(4852): d:\bt\800\private\source\miis\server\rules\eafxml.cpp(158): EAF: invalid XML configuration

    BAIL: MMS(4852): d:\bt\800\private\source\miis\server\rules\eafxml.cpp(159): 0x80230511 (The export attribute flow rules XML defines an invalid/incomplete rule.)

    BAIL: MMS(4852): d:\bt\800\private\source\miis\server\rules\eaf.cpp(222): 0x80230511 (The export attribute flow rules XML defines an invalid/incomplete rule.)

    ERR_: MMS(4852): d:\bt\800\private\source\miis\server\rules\eaf.cpp(253): EAF: Initialize failed with error 0x80230511

    BAIL: MMS(4852): d:\bt\800\private\source\miis\server\rules\eaf.cpp(97): 0x80230511 (The export attribute flow rules XML defines an invalid/incomplete rule.)

    ERR_: MMS(4852): d:\bt\800\private\source\miis\server\mastate\mastate.cpp(13055): Error creating export attribute flow rules object: 0x80230511

    BAIL: MMS(4852): d:\bt\800\private\source\miis\server\mastate\mastate.cpp(13061): 0x80230511 (The export attribute flow rules XML defines an invalid/incomplete rule.)

    BAIL: MMS(4852): d:\bt\800\private\source\miis\server\mastate\mastate.cpp(6238): 0x80230511 (The export attribute flow rules XML defines an invalid/incomplete rule.)

    BAIL: MMS(4852): d:\bt\800\private\source\miis\server\server\ma.cpp(670): 0x80230511 (The export attribute flow rules XML defines an invalid/incomplete rule.)

    BAIL: MMS(4852): d:\bt\800\private\source\miis\server\server\ma.cpp(928): 0x80230511 (The export attribute flow rules XML defines an invalid/incomplete rule.)

    Forefront Identity Manager 4.1.3419.0"

    Thanks in advance,

    Sridhar R

    Saturday, March 16, 2013 11:26 AM

Answers

  • I have run into this issue with other types of MAs as well... (PowerShell MA for example)

    "dn" should not be used as an attribute name since "dn" is the attribute used by FIM as "anchor".

    That's why you get the "specifies a destination attribute 'dn' that is readonly or immutable" error message.

    I suggest you rename your "column" named "dn" in SQL to something else.

    Sunday, March 17, 2013 11:18 AM

All replies

  • I have run into this issue with other types of MAs as well... (PowerShell MA for example)

    "dn" should not be used as an attribute name since "dn" is the attribute used by FIM as "anchor".

    That's why you get the "specifies a destination attribute 'dn' that is readonly or immutable" error message.

    I suggest you rename your "column" named "dn" in SQL to something else.

    Sunday, March 17, 2013 11:18 AM
  • Hi Kent,

    I have create a custom attribute for DN and exported to SQL MA,its works fine for me..thanks Kent!..

    Regards,

    Sridhar R

    Tuesday, March 26, 2013 1:00 PM