Field Patch for DirXML 1.1a Released
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Posted: 11 Apr 2003
This Field Patch contains updates for DirXML 1.1a for NetWare and Windows only.
You can get more information and download the patch at http://support.novell.com/cgi-bin/search/searchtid.cgi?/2965396.htm
Here's a list of what's been polished up:
- DirXML Subscriber or Publisher objects with a total DN length of 127 or more would cause the associated DirXML driver to fail to start with a -649 error code.
- An empty <:association> tag sent on the Subscriber channel to the eDirectory to eDirectory driver could result in an java.lang.NullPointerException error.
- In certain DirXML engine attribute merge situations on the Subscriber channel, the command processors for the Publisher Command Transformation (used for attribute changes sent to eDirectory) were reversed.
- Password synchronization between objects in two eDirectory trees could result in an inability to log in to eDirectory using one of the objects in certain situations.
- Using Overloaded java methods and constructors in a rule stylesheet would sometimes result in an error stating "multiple matching java constructors" or "multiple matching java methods" found.
- Using "//" in an XPath expression in a Subscriber channel rule on the result of a query would fail if the object being queried had a pending association.
- The event-id attribute on a modify element submitted on the Publisher channel did not appear on an add element synthesized from the modify element.
- DirXML drivers could fail to start (-288 error) on NetWare if "." (dot) was in the value of the CLASSPATH variable specified in SYS:/ETC/JAVA.CFG.
- DirXML's XSLT processor now supports the exsl:node-set() and exsl:object-type() extension functions. See http://www.exslt.org/exsl/exsl.html for more information.
- Running a C++ driver on NetWare could result in a server abend.
- A corrupted .wbq (write back queue) file could cause a driver to fail to start.
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