Information on migrating Templates from one environment to another

Document ID : KB000045042
Last Modified Date : 14/02/2018
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Introduction: 

Account templates are not part of the IM object store, so they are not exported in the roles.xml.

Question: 

Can account templates be exported?

Environment:  

12.5 & 12.6

Answer: 

They exist at the provisioning layer.

There is no documentation or tool to migrate the Account Templates. An approach that others have tried which you can try as well is listed below. Please note that this is provided as-is and you should first test it out.

 

In existing (ie. Development) environment:

a. Dump the account template from the Provisioning Server (port 20389) via Jxplorer

b. Remove the eTID values for each Account Template in the ldif file

c. Adjust the attributes (i.e. endpoint name) as needed

 

In New IM environment:

Import the role definitions on IM console, this will recreate all the

provisioning roles

Import the ldif to new IMPS (port 20389) via Jxplorer (the endpoints

should already have been acquired/explored

Note: The Account Templates will not be associated to the Provisioning Roles

Manually associate the Provisioning Role and the Account Templates

 

The Role <-> Template and the Template <-> Endpoint mapping are handled via special inclusion objects which is why you don't see it as part of the Template LDIF file you exported. You will need to manually re-link the Role to the Template and the Template to the Endpoint. You could use the etautil tool to help you with this.

 

 

etautil -u USER -p PWD -f INPUT.txt

 

 

where input.txt contains etautil commands (one per line) such as:

 

 add 'eTNamespaceName=ActiveDirectory' eTADSDirectory

eTADSDirectoryName='My_Endpoint' in 'eTADSPolicyContainerName=

Active Directory Policies,eTNamespaceName=CommonObjects'

eTADSPolicy eTADSPolicyName='My_Template';

 

 

add 'eTRoleContainerName=Roles,eTNamespaceName=CommonObjects' eTRole

eTRoleName='My_Role' in 'eTADSPolicyContainerName=Active Directory

Policies,eTNamespaceName=CommonObjects' eTADSPolicy

eTADSPolicyName='My_Template';