LDAP Filter Condition support is added in patch 2. A policy administrator can now specify an LDAP filter in the Condition while defining a policy. The Policy is applied to the user only if the LDAP entry of the user satisfies the LDAP filter specified in the Condition. The LDAP entry of the user is looked up from the directory specified in the Policy Configuration service.
To register and use the LDAP Filter Condition, run following commands after the Access Manager 7 patch 2 is installed shown with Access Manager installed in the default directory on Solaris systems:
# /opt/SUNWam/bin/amadmin -u amadmin -w amadmin_password -s /etc/opt/SUNWam/AddLDAPFilterCondition.xml # /opt/SUNWam/bin/amadmin -u amadmin -w amadmin_password -t /etc/opt/SUNWam/amPolicyConfig_mod_ldfc.xml
Patch 5 Note If you added Access Manager 7 2005Q4 Patch 5 and ran the updateschema.sh script, you do not need to load these files using amadmin. For more information see New updateschema.sh script to load LDIF and XML files.