1. Use the dsconfig tool to create and configure a proxy transformation.
    $ bin/dsconfig
  2. Enter the connection parameters (for example, host name, port, bind DN and bind DN password).
  3. 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.
  4. 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 transformation.
     >>>> Enter a name for the Attribute Mapping Proxy Transformation that you
    want to create: userid-to-uid
  5. 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
  6. 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
  7. Specify the name of the target attribute to which the client attribute should be mapped.
    Enter a value for the 'target-attribute' property: uid
  8. 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 transformation.
    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.