Hi,

One of our customers has an operational IDM 3.5.1. driverset with a
subscriber only synchronization from eDirectory to AD and SAP-UM.

To facilitate some things I try to add the attributes Password Allow
Change and Password Expiration Time to the list of attributes to be
synched (first with AD, if that works also with SAP).

If I set AD to Subscribe on Password Allow Change and/or Password
Expiration Time, I see the following error in the driver

DirXML: [04/10/08 15:06:14.51]: <nds ndsversion="8.7"
dtdversion="1.1">
<source>
<product version="3.5.2" asn1id=""
build="20080229_143300"
instance="\HAAGWONEN\HaagWonen\Services\AD_IDM_Dri ver\Active
Directory">AD</product>
<contact>Novell, Inc.</contact>
</source>
<output>
<status level="error" type="app-general" text1="schema
violation" event-id="FS1#20080410130611#1#1">
<message>Attribute 'Password Allow Change' is
not in the application schema</message>

<xds-path>/nds/input/add[@event-id='FS1#20080410130611#1#1'][@class-name='user'][@src-dn='\HAAGWONEN\HaagWonen\DH_Centrum\Schilderswijk_ Oost\MVO'][@dest-dn='CN=M.
Voordenhout.,OU=Schilderswijk_Oost,OU=DH_Centrum,O U=edir,DC=haagwonen,DC=local'][@class-name='user']</xds-path>
</status>
</output>
</nds>

or

DirXML: [04/10/08 15:49:03.51]: <nds ndsversion="8.7"
dtdversion="1.1">
<source>
<product version="3.5.2" asn1id=""
build="20080229_143300"
instance="\HAAGWONEN\HaagWonen\Services\AD_IDM_Dri ver\Active
Directory">AD</product>
<contact>Novell, Inc.</contact>
</source>
<output>
<status level="error" type="app-general" text1="schema
violation" event-id="FS1#20080410134859#1#1">
<message>Attribute 'Password Expiration Time'
is not in the application schema</message>

<xds-path>/nds/input/add[@event-id='FS1#20080410134859#1#1'][@class-name='user'][@src-dn='\HAAGWONEN\HaagWonen\DH_Centrum\Schilderswijk_ Oost\MVO'][@dest-dn='CN=M.
Voordenhout,OU=Schilderswijk_Oost,OU=DH_Centrum,OU =edir,DC=haagwonen,DC=local'][@class-name='user']</xds-path>
</status>
</output>
</nds>


What can I do to get these attributes synced correctly?
Kind regards,

Arjan