The problem I am seeing only occurs when I try to map the "userName" attribute.
When I have a schema entry of
firstname <-> firstname
lastname <-> lastname
quota <-> quota
I am able to open a users attributes (accounts->edituser->attributes tab) and see the firstname,lastname and quota values.
The accountId value is NOT showing up.
I have also tried
and the userName value is always blank.
I also tried (accountId<->accountId) with no luck.
I am beginning to think that "userName" is not the correct attribute to be referencing on the Google side.
Does a value show up with a (userName<->userName) schema entry for anyone?
Is there another Googleside attribute I should be referencing to pull the accountId?
In my case gaUserName does show up in the attributes form:
I don't see firstname and lastname attributes there because the are in the Identy form. I seem to remember the attributes form only shows the missing attributes, that may be why you don't see the accoutId.
I am trying to add a new functionality to the existing google apps connector i.e hide the contact sharing. After searching some forums I came to know that we have to set a flag in user's profile:
<gcontact:status indexed="true"/>( [http://googleappsdeveloper.blogspot.com/2011/08/unshare-domain-users-contact.html|http://googleappsdeveloper.blogspot.com/2011/08/unshare-domain-users-contact.html] ).
I updated my resource schema to include the status attribute and tried to assign the resource to a user but getting the following error: java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: Attribute status is not supported . Please let me know how should we add extra resource schema attribute other than attributes familyName, givenName, quota, nicknames, groups, groupName, groupDescription, groupPermissions which are defined in org.identityconnectors.googleapps.GoogleAppsConnector class.