I can't quite figure out what to do with these.

Severity Error Description Model Object Model

ERROR Attribute EMail Address in missing from class User. Mapping
Rule.GroupWise-REG.DS4.NIU-DEVELOPMENT IDM

ERROR Attribute Generational Qualifier in missing from class User.
Mapping Rule.GroupWise-REG.DS4.NIU-DEVELOPMENT IDM

ERROR Attribute company in missing from class User. Mapping
Rule.GroupWise-REG.DS4.NIU-DEVELOPMENT IDM


These are not on the User class, obviously, but they're in the Filter,
and in the Schema Map. I know the engine will work fine, as it will just
go add the requisit AuxClass to the user. But I'm trying to eliminate as
many of the errors and warnings in Project Checker as I can. This one
has me stumped.


EMail Address - This isn't actually in the GW schema, but the driver
generates it (it's a structured attribute) on the Publisher channel as
part of creating a mailbox. It's in the Filter, so if I take it out of
the Schema Map, then PC complains that there's an attribute in the
filter that is not in the application schema, and is not in the schema
map. If I leave it in the schema map, PC complains that it's there.

Generational Qualifier / company - These are in the GW schema (55020,
55022), and mapped in the schema mapping, but aren't in the User class
in eDirectory.


Suggestions on getting Project Checker to not complain about these
threee?



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