In the tLDAPInput
Component view, set the connection details
to the LDAP directory server as well as the filter as described in Displaying LDAP directory's filtered content.
Change the schema to make it simpler, by removing the unused fields:
Then open the mapper to set the edit to be carried out.
Drag & drop the uid column from the input table to the output as no
change is required on this column.
In the Expression field of the
dn column (output), fill in with the exact
expression expected by the LDAP server to reach the target tree leaf and
allow directory writing only if you haven't set it already in
the Base DN field of the tLDAPOutput component.
In this use case, the GetResultName
global variable is used to retrieve this path automatically. Press Ctrl+Space bar to access the variable list and
In the mail column's expression field, type in the
new email that will overwrite the current data in the LDAP directory. In
this example, we change to
Click OK to validate the changes.
Then select the tLDAPOutput component to
set the directory writing properties.
Set the Port and Host details manually if they aren't stored in the Repository.
In Base DN field, set the highest tree
leaf you have the rights to access. If you have not set previously the exact
and full path of the target DN you want to access, then fill in it here. In
this use case, the full DN is provided by the dn output
from the tMap component, therefore only the
highest accessible leaf is given:
Select the relevant protocol to be used: LDAP for this example.
Fill in the User and Password as expected by the LDAP
Fill in Multi-valued field separator with
a comma as some fields may hold more than one value, separated by a comma.
Use the default setting of Alias
Dereferencing and Referral
Handling fields, respectively Always and Ignore.
The Insert mode for this use case is
Update (the email address).
The schema was provided by the previous component through the propagation
In the Advanced settings view, select the
Use Attribute Options (for update mode)
check box to show the Attribute Options
Select the attribute mail under the
Attribute Name part and the choose
Replace under the Option part.