I importing the loginscript attribute from AD to a text attribute in FIM. tha name in the the AD attribute is logon.bat, but when it is written to FIM i uppercases the first letter to Logon.bat This genrerates a exported--change-not-reimported in the sync. I have tried to lowercase it again, but no luck. Is this a known bug? Thanks, Søren
October 4th, 2010 10:48pm

Hi There, This is a known issue. The FIM web service is case insensitive. Therefore, if you've created the entry using a value in one case and later try to change the case, you won't get the update until you change the data to something different then push out the old original value within the proper case. Thanks B
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October 5th, 2010 2:19am

Hi This issue is a significant issue at one of my client sites where there are about 300 of these warnings on an endless cycle. Fixing them individually by doing the sort of two-phase edits you mention isn't really feasible, since as fast as you can fix them (and often there's no easy way), others appear (we're talking 10s of 1000s of objects here which are changing all the time). The overhead on the regular delta sync cycle is significant (think of all the ERE create/update/delete cycles that are continuously happening and all to no avail). I'd love to see this issue resolved as a matter of urgency, not only because of the processing overhead/trail created, but because this sort of noise can allow other more critical exceptions to go unnoticed. Also, it creates an (unacceptable) impression that 100s of sync errors each cycle is somehow "normal". ThanksBob Bradley, www.unifysolutions.net (FIMBob?)
October 18th, 2010 8:56am

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