Re: Oracle Internet Directory, Integration Server
Date: Fri, 1 Feb 2008 14:02:03 +0100
"Mattias" <mattias_at_freefarm_se_at_yahoo.com> schreef in bericht
>I still can't get this to work. I made a simple example and created a
> DIT like this:
> dn: dc=tz
> dc: tz
> objectclass: top
> objectclass: domain
> dn: cn=Hans,dc=tz
> cn: Hans
> sn: Malmgren
> objectclass: top
> objectclass: person
> objectclass: organizationalperson
> telephonenumber: 1
> Then I made a LDIF-file to change the telephonenumber:
> dn: cn=Hans ,dc=tz
> changetype: modify
> replace: telephonenumber
> telephonenumber: 15
> Every time I run the change LDIF-file I also change the
> telephonenumber to 16, 17, 18... and so on. I can see in the OID-
> manager (in the entry management) that the telephonenumber changes
> when I run the modifying LDIF-file.
> I have an old installation of OID. I get this to work in the old
> istallation on another machine. But I can't get it to work in in the
> new one. So there must be something missing in how the servers are
> I have found out that the export LDIF-file must be deleted before any
> new changes are expordet.
> I think the DIP-server is necessary. I guess that it is the DIP-server
> that "listen" for changes and trigger the export.
> I don't think bootstraping is necessary for exporting to a LDIF-file.
> At least it worked in the old server without bootstraping.
> I have my profile set "enabled".
> So I guess the key to success is to start the DIP-server in the right
> way. This is my start up command:
> oidctl connect=mm server=odisrv instance=1 config=1 flags="port=3060"
> (mm = my tns name)
> What about the parameters instace=1 and config=1 ?? What do they
> refere to? In various documentation I have often seen this command
> with the parameters
> instance=2 config=1 flags="port=3060"
> Why instance=2 ???
> Also I have checked that I have a process running called oidmon.exe,
> so I guess that the oidmon is running.
> I made a few screen dumps:
> There are no files at all in:
> Any ideas?
One more idea: your last change number in your profile is higher than the lcn in oid. So it won't export anything until you reach the lacn of your profile. Bootstrapping will correct this (or just set it to 0).
Shakespeare Received on Fri Feb 01 2008 - 07:02:03 CST