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Can you try the following. Please enable the logs in the trace mode and see if this is the child table issue.
a) Identify the resource object and provisioning process in the design console.
b) Remove the child table mapping in the provisioning process-->Save the changes
c) Now remove the child table attributes-->save the changes and click create recon profile.
d) Now login in to sysadmin console, remove the child table attribute references , save the job. Run the scheduler again.
Then validate the recon rules.
I have no any Child Table.
Did you create a reconciliation profile by clicking on the button from the reconciliation tab of the resource object?
Check that there is a reconciilation rule and it's marked active. If any change is done, follow my first suggestion to regenerate the recon profilel.
In Form, i have the following Additional Column with the following Field Label --> KK
In the ReconAttrMap, i have the following mapping --> Code: KK Decode: uid
In the Reconcillation Rule, i have the following Rule --> User Profile Data: User Login
Attribute: Kullanici Kodu
Properties Set: Checked
Rule is Valid and Active and Using AND Operator
In the Resource Object, i have the following Reconcillation Field --> *KK [String], Required*
In the Resource Object, i have the following Reconcillation Action Rules --> Rule Condition: One Entity Match Found Action: Establish Link
Rule Condition: One Process Match Found Action: Establish Link
Then i click to the Create Reconcillation Profile.
Job still does not link Users. Any missing settings?
In log i see the following entry:
getLdapAttribute : Attribute __parentDN__ of object class __ACCOUNT__ is not mapped to an LDAP attribute
I deleted the child forms of the parent form; because in my use-case they were needless. That was the problem and when i redefine the child tables in the parent form the problem was solved.