Sun Identity Manager 8.1 Resources Reference





The name of the attribute to use in the attribute value map. The name is usually the same as a resource user attribute on the schema map on the resource adapter, but this is not a requirement. 


Indicates the exact length of the expected string. The length can have the following values: 

  • 1 or higher captures the specified number of characters, unless the characters equal the noval attribute.

  • -1 captures all the characters from the current parse position until the next white-space character, unless the next characters equal the noval attribute. This is the default.


A string that indicates parsing should stop for this str token when any of the characters in the string are reached. If the len argument is 1 or higher, then either the str token will end at len, or the term character, whichever comes first.


A string to use as an indicator that the text being searched for is not present. This string is often the first word or label in the next line on the screen output. 

The parse position will be the character after the termToken string. The string added to the attribute map will be all the characters before the termToken was found. 

The termToken attribute can only be used if the len attribute is negative one (-1). 


Optional. A true or false value that indicates whether the returned value or multiple values (if the multi attribute is specified) are trimmed before being added to the account attribute map. The default value is false.


A label on the screen that indicates the attribute doesn’t have an string value. Essentially, it is a null value indicator. The parse position will be advanced to the first character after the noval string.


A true or false value that indicates whether the string will span multiple screen lines.

This attribute can only be used if a len attribute is supplied and is assigned a value greater than zero. If multiLine is present, end of line characters will be skipped until the number of characters specified in the len attribute have been parsed. 


A true or false value that indicates that the string captured is a multi-valued attribute that must be further parsed to find each sub-value. The multiple values can either be appended together using the appendSeparator or can be turned into a list of values.


A delimiter for parsing the multi-valued string. This attribute can only be used if the multi attribute is specified. 

If this is not specified, then the multi str token is assumed to be delimited by spaces.


A true or false value that indicates that the multiple values should be appended together into a string using the appendSeparator. If append is not present, the multiple values will be put into a list for the account attribute value map. This attribute is used in conjunction with the multi attribute.


Indicates the string to separate the multiple values for an append token. This attribute is only valid if the append attribute is set to true. If the appendSeparator is not present, the append attribute does not use a separator. Instead, it concatenates the multiple values into the result string.