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Geoff Carman explains how to use two new tokens that are quite interesting and worth talking about - the new Join and Split tokens. They are somewhat complimentary, in that you can take a node set and join it, and then take the results and split them.
This article is sort of a continuation of the error code series, with the exception that there really seems to be no error code to talk about. In this case, I had restarted eDirectory (ndsd process on SLES 10 SP2 Linux) and the driver would start, and immediately shut down. This is a hard one to troubleshoot, since as you look through the trace output, you end up seeing no errors.
Recently I got my first attempt to work with the Delimited Text driver, and I had some thoughts about the driver that I thought would be worth sharing.
Continuing in the Toolkit rule series, here is another example of how to use one to clean up mistakes, or just general attributes you want to remove.