|Managed System Resource Name||This can be any value that will help you identify this LDAP connection.||LDAP|
|Status||Set to "Active" to enable this connection.||ACTIVE|
|Connector||Select the "LDAP Connector" mentioned in Step 1.||LDAP Connector|
Enter the URL of the server to which we need to connect.
Specify the port of the server to which we need to connect.
The protocol should be set to "CLEAR" unless a certificate has been installed to enable secure communication with OpenLDAP.
Read more about enabling SSL in Installing OpenLDAP and Enabling SSL.
|Login ID||Enter the the ID that the Connector will use to connect to OpenLDAP to create and delete users.|
|Password||Enter the the password for the login ID entered above. OpenIAM will store this information in encrypted form in its database.|
|Object Primary Key||Fill in this field with a user's unique name. For OpenLDAP, this is usually |
Add the Base DN; within it the Connector will search and create users.
|Search Base DN||Specify the part of the tree in which we should search for users.|
Enter the search filter string that will be used by the Connector to search for objects within the Base DN. For OpenLDAP, enter:
|Attribute Names Lookup|
Enter a path to the Groovy script. The Groovy script must have been already created. It must contain all possible attribute names used in the Policy Map.
This script returns all possible attribute names for LDAP:
If you need to add some attributes or remove redundant ones, edit this script.
If you leave the "Attribute Names Lookup" field empty, your Policy Map will have simple text boxes instead of drop-down menus for the attribute names.
|Target System Type||Select "LDAP."||LDAP|