The Directory Server provides a default SCIM HTTP Servlet Extension that can
be enabled and configured using a dsconfig batch script located in the
config directory. The script runs a series of commands that enables
an HTTPS Connection Handler, increases the level of detail logged by the HTTP Detailed
Access log publisher, and adds access controls to allow access to LDAP controls used by the
SCIM Servlet Extension. There are additional optional configurations (e.g., changing the
log format, enable
entryDN virtual attribute and using VLV indexes) that
you can make by altering the
dsconfig batch script.
The SCIM resource mappings are defined by the
located in the
config directory. This file defines the SCIM schema and
maps it to the LDAP schema. This file can be customized to define and expose deployment
specific resources. See Managing the SCIM Schema
for more information.
The following procedures show how to configure SCIM on the server. The first example
procedure shows the steps to manually configure SCIM without using the script. The second
example procedure uses the
dsconfig batch script to configure SCIM.