Page created: 6 Nov 2019 |
Page updated: 25 Mar 2020
Use the dsconfig tool to create and configure a proxy
- Enter the connection parameters (for example, host name, port, bind DN and bind DN password).
- In the Directory Proxy Server main menu, enter the number associated with proxy transformations. On the Proxy Transformation menu, enter the number to create a new proxy transformation.
Select the type of proxy transformation you want to create. In this example,
we create an attribute mapping transformation. Then, enter a name for the new
>>>> Enter a name for the Attribute Mapping Proxy Transformation that you want to create: userid-to-uid
Indicate whether you want the transformation to be enabled by default.
Select a value for the 'enabled' property: 1) true 2) false ?) help c) cancel q) quit Enter choice [c]: 1
Specify the name of the client attribute that you want to remap to a target
attribute. Note that this attribute must not be equal to the target attribute.
Enter a value for the 'source-attribute' property: userid
Specify the name of the target attribute to which the client attribute should
Enter a value for the 'target-attribute' property: uid
The properties of your new proxy transformation are displayed. If you want to
make any further modifications, enter the number corresponding to the property.
Enter f to finish the creation of the proxy
Enter choice [b]: f
The transformation now needs to be assigned to a request processor. To create an initial request processor, see the next section.