To create and configure a request processor:
  1. Run the dsconfig tool.
    $ bin/dsconfig
  2. When prompted, enter the connection parameters to the server.

    Connection parameters can include:

    • Host name
    • Connection method
    • Port
    • Bind distinguished name (DN)
    • Bind DN password
  3. In the PingDirectoryProxy server's main menu, enter the selection for Request Processor configuration.
  4. Enter the selection for Create a new request processor.
  5. Select an existing request processor to use as a template for creating a new one or enter n to create one from scratch.
  6. Select an existing load balancing algorithm or create a new one.

    The following example shows the configuration of a new proxying request processor after the selection of the load balancing algorithm.

    Property                     Value(s)
    1)  description              -
    2)  enabled                  true
    3)  allowed-operation        abandon, add, bind, compare, delete,
                                 extended, modify, modify-dn, search
    4)  load-balancing-algorithm dc_example_dc_com-fewest-operations
    5)  transformation           -
    6)  referral-behavior        pass-through
    7)  supported-control        account-usable, assertion,
                                 get-effective-rights, get-server-id,
                                 intermediate-client, manage-dsa-it,
                                 matched-values, no-op, password-policy,
                                 permissive-modify, post-read, pre-read,
                                 real-attributes-only, retain-identity,
                                 subentries, subtree-delete,
    8)  supported-control-oid    -
    ?)  help
    f)  finish - create the new Proxying Request Processor
    d)  display the equivalent dsconfig arguments to create this object
    b)  back
    q)  quit
  7. Review the configuration properties of the new request processor. To finish, enter f.

    To use the request processor, you must associate it with a subtree view.