Page created: 3 Nov 2022 |
Page updated: 20 Jan 2023
A sync pipe associates a sync source, from which changes will be read, with a sync destination, to which corresponding changes will be applied.
Although there are many useful configuration properties associated with a sync pipe, including those used to control retry attempts, rate limiting, and the number of worker threads, most of those properties already have good default values. The only properties you need to specify are:
- The sync source from which the changes will be read. This is required.
- The sync destination to which the corresponding changes will be applied. This is required.
You can use the following example configuration change to create a sync pipe:
dsconfig create-sync-pipe \ --pipe-name "LDAP Source to SCIMv2 Destination" \ --set "sync-source:LDAP Source" \ --set "sync-destination:SCIMv2 Destination"