5 Replies Latest reply: May 3, 2012 5:02 AM by user92386 RSS

    OID OIM Recon error

    903833
      Hi All,

      On a new development installation of OID and OIM, I am getting the following error while trying to run User reconciliations:

      LDAP: error code 53 - Function Not Implemented, search filter attribute modifytimestamp is not indexed/cataloged

      How can I add the appropriate index to allow these tasks to run?

      PS: I'm a newbie, so please explain in detail. Thanks in advance.
        • 1. Re: OID OIM Recon error
          Rajiv Dewan
          OID Connector Guide

          *2.3.2.1 Configuring the Target System*

          You must configure incremental and role reconciliation by making the
          modifytimestamp and roleoccupant attributes, respectively, searchable attributes.
          To configure the target system for incremental or role reconciliation:
          1. If you want to configure incremental reconciliation, then make modifytimestamp a
          searchable attribute. To do so, use the catalog.sh file to index modifytimestamp.

          OID connector and modifyTimestamp attribute
          • 2. Re: OID OIM Recon error
            Gyanprakash Pandey
            You need to index modifyTimeStamp attribute in OID to make it searchable. You can use following command to index the same:
            catalog -connect <server_name> -add TRUE -attribute modifytimestamp

            regards,
            GP
            • 3. Re: OID OIM Recon error
              903833
              Thanks for the suggestions. They solved the initial problem. I now am able to run the "OID User Target Recon" task successfully but, no OID users are reconciled into OIM. I double checked the OID IT Resource parameters and the scheduled task parameters and all of them seem correct. Any suggestions?
              • 4. Re: OID OIM Recon error
                Gyanprakash Pandey
                Go to event management and see if your reconciliation events are generated are not. If not, make timestamp parameter in schedule task to '0' and rerun the target recon. If recon events are generated, select any event and see what error it is showing.

                regards,
                GP
                • 5. Re: OID OIM Recon error
                  user92386
                  I am able to see the same issue even after setting the timestamp field to 0. I understand the timestamp should be updated in the IT resource but its not happening in my case even after I run the scheduler number of times.

                  Please help.