Appends a custom element, with the name specified in thefield, to the set of elements selected by the XPath expression. If is not specified, the new element is appended after any existing children of the selected elements. If is specified, it is evaluated relative to each of the elements selected by the expression to determine which of the children to insert before. If evaluates to an empty node set or a node set that does not contain any children of the selected element, the new element is appended after any existing children; otherwise, the new element is inserted before each of the nodes in the node set selected by before that are children of the selected node.
Specify the tag name of the XML element. This name can contain a namespace prefix if the prefix has been previously defined in this policy. Supports variable expansion. For more information, see Variable Expansion.
Specify an XPath 1.0 expression that returns a node set containing the elements to which the new elements should be appended.
Specify an XPath 1.0 expression that evaluates relative to each of the nodes selected by the expression that returns a node set containing the child nodes that the new elements should be inserted before.
For more information on using XPath expressions with policies, see XPath 1.0 Expressions.
If you are implementing Novell Credential Provisioning Policies, there is a sample Subscriber Command Transformation policy that uses the SampleSubCommandTransform.xml. It is found in the DirXML® Utilities folder on the Identity Manager media. For more information, see Example Credential Provisioning Policies. To view the policy in XML, see SampleSubCommandTransform.xml.condition. The sample file is called
The sample file uses theaction to add the Novell® SecureLogin or Novell SecretStore® credentials to the user object when it is provisioned.