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Try to create a role and entitle that user to this managed system.
Then try to create a user which is a member of this role
This should trigger provisioning. Also check you esb logs
We will publish a new video in the coming days to describe this process a little betterJune 11, 2020 at 2:40 am in reply to: OpenIAM Provisioning Connectors does not work for ActiveDirectory and FreeIPA #1395
No there is no license limitation that will prevent you from provision to AD. Can you share
a) If you see a valid connection with AD in the managed system list?
b) Did you create a role that is entitled to AD?
Can you share the steps you are taking to trigger provisioning? This will help us help you .
Were you able to get the test connection to work?
After that, did you define / the managed system configuration to use this connector?
Is that configuration marked as Active?
Which logs did you check? LDAP connector or the ESB Logs?
Did you associate the resource to the user to trigger provisioning to the target system.
From your diagram, it looks like that port in which RabbitMQ needs is already being used. You need to resolve that first
Also please use the latest 4.1.11 release
Can you share your ldap connector.sh file here?
Regarding the question about various directories:
Both of these to directories point to the same location through a symlink
(data -> /usr/local/OpenIAM/data)
This is location where ldap-connector,.in 4.1.x will create the trust store.May 22, 2020 at 2:41 am in reply to: OpenIAM Provisioning Connectors does not work for ActiveDirectory and FreeIPA #1355
Can you try to establish a connection first to AD? Use the docs at: http://docs.openiam.com/docs4111/html/docs.htm#Getting%20Started/provisioning-rpm.htm to help you get started.
If you are still getting connection errors, can you paste your managed system configuration and here and any errors that you see in the idm-esb.logs?
We are in the process of updating our docs
Once we get this resolved, we can help you with the IPA integration
We will be udpating the docs shortly to describe how you can deploy the JDBC connector to achieve this.
You will need to set up the SMTP details to be able to send out emails. You can do this by updating the mail.properties file at:
Update the parameters and then restart your OpenIAM instance.