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E-LDAP: PeopleSoft LDAP fields are not wide enough to store the attributes returned by Oracle Unified Directory (OUD) when running schema cache. (Doc ID 2141787.1)

Last updated on JUNE 22, 2018

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise PT PeopleTools - Version 8.55 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

Per current design, several fields are not wide enough to store attributes returned from Oracle Unified Directory when running Schema Cache. Product Support has filed an Enhancement Request with the development team to review this for future. The affected fields are:

psdsobjcls.dsnameoc
psdsparent.dsnameoc
psdsocattr.dsnameoc
psdsancestor.dsnameoc

Oracle Unified Directory returns the following attributes greater than the delivered 50 characters, with a maximum length of 70:

ds-cfg-get-connection-id-extended-operation-handler
ds-cfg-get-symmetric-key-extended-operation-handler
ds-cfg-global-index-catalogs-shared-cache-extension
ds-cfg-pass-through-authentication-workflow-element
ds-task-global-index-catalog-initialize-from-remote
ds-cfg-error-log-account-status-notification-handler
ds-cfg-subject-dn-to-user-attribute-certificate-mapper
ds-cfg-password-policy-state-extended-operation-handler
ds-cfg-collective-attribute-subentries-virtual-attribute
ds-cfg-subject-attribute-to-user-attribute-certificate-mapper
ds-cfg-global-index-replication-changes-local-backend-workflow-element

Also see solution E-LDAP: Cache Directory Schema is Failing when Using Oracle Unified Directory (OUD) (Doc ID 2128653.1)

Solution

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