Attributes of i5/OS profiles that correspond to attributes of eDirectory User and Group objects are mapped by the default driver mapping policy. You must extend the schema if you want to use the Identity Vault to manage additional i5/OS attributes.
For details about the attributes in the default mapping policy, see Table 1-2, Default eDirectory User to i5/OS UserProfile Mapping and Table 1-3, Default eDirectory Group to i5/OS GroupProfile Mapping.
Extending the schema adds auxiliary classes to eDirectory User and Group objects for the profile and distribution directory attributes.
In iManager, select thetask under .
Select, then click .
Select a file type of.
Type or browse for i5os.sch as the file to import, then click .
Specify the host name or IP address and the LDAP port number of your Metadirectory server.
To connect to the non-secure LDAP port (389), you must have the Novell eDirectory 8.7.3 Administration Guide on the Novell eDirectory 8.7.3 Documentation Web site.option disabled on your LDAP Group. If necessary, you can edit this option using the task under in iManager. For details, see the
Selectand log in as ADMIN or another user with rights to extend the schema.
Clickto go to the summary.
Clickto extend the schema.