Filtered by: Attributes
Conversion Tool that takes delimited files and converts them to LDIF, SQL, CSV or whatever format you need!
This PHP script takes any delimited text file as input and converts the records within that file to any output format you desire such as LDIF, SQL or another delimited format. All you need is the attached PHP script, the source delimited text file with headers (first row defines column names) and a template file which you create to describe the output format for each row in your source delimited text file.
Submitted by: tbmoreland on Tue. 08.19.2008
Filed Under: Identity & Security Management Cool Solutions, Cool Solutions, Identity and Security, Data Center
Topic: Administration, Attributes, Automation, Cleanup, Command Line, Configuration, Database, Developer, Developer Tools, eDirectory, File Management, Identity & Security Management, Identity Management, Importing-Exporting / ICE/ LDIF, LDAP, Scripting, Tips for Administrators, Tools and Utilities
Product: Identity Manager, Identity Manager 3.5
In an earlier article I discussed the various types of attribute tokens that are available as part of DirXML Script. Here are some more thoughts on that.
Ofer Gigi delves into the details of working with the 'memberQueryURL' attribute for eDirectory Dynamic Group memberships.
Reformat Operation Attribute is a great idea for a token, but the actual function is not what you might expect from the name, as Geoff Carman explains.
This tip from Father Ramon helps you use the IDM Null Driver to modify custom attributes.