1. Adding of LDAP new custom attributes is pretty straight forward as shown below. The new attribute in LDAP or CA Directory server is at the schema level. This is meant to be a suggestion for using CA Directory sever. The LDAP schema once altered with the new custom attribute will be read by Advanced Authentication Server into “Enterprise LDAP Attributes” screen and then can be mapped as described below.
1. Say we want to add a new custom attribute called “MyStatus4”. Where the JXplorer connected to CA Directory server screen below shows that “MyStatus2” and “Mystatus3” exist but no “MyStatus4”.
2. Navigate to the LDAP schema file. In this case - file youngstaff.dxc at location
-- C:\CA\Directory\dxserver\config\schema\ -- then do the bulleted items
· Add “schema set attribute youngAttrPrefix:8” as shown below bumping the prefix value.
· Add the object-class “myStatus4” to “schema set object-class youngOcPrefix:1”
· Save the file .dxc file (in this case youngstaff.dxc)
3. Use the “dxserver” command to load the new configuration (while the LDAP server is running)
4. Re-login to LDAP via JXplorer to check the schema. As shown below the “myStatus4” attribute is part of the LDAP schema.
5. From the Admin UI login into the LDAP organization, check that the new custom LDAP attribute “myStatus4” is populated in the “Enterprise LDAP Attributes” screen.
6. This new custom attribute created can now be mapped to any available “Arcot Database Attributes" using the "Map" button in the screen above.