Sun Identity Manager 8.1 Resources Reference

Supported Example Files

The following example files are supported by the adapter.

The delimiter and text qualifier can be configured to be any single character. If a Unicode character is used for either, it can be entered in the /u#### format. Delimiters and text qualifiers are not applicable to the LDAP interchange format.

Comma-Delimited Values

In the following example, quotation marks (“ “) are used as the text qualifier. The string 1234 Pecan Ave., Ste 30 contains a comma. Therefore, the string must be qualified to prevent the system from interpreting Ste 30 as an attribute.

accountId,firstname,lastname,email,street address
kb323441,Kevin,Brown,,”1234 Pecan Ave., Ste 30”
pc432343,Penelope,Carter,,4234 Main St.


accountId|firstname|lastname|email|street address
kb323441|Kevin|Brown||1234 Pecan Ave., Ste 30
pc432343|Penelope|Carter||4234 Main St.

LDAP Interchange Format

dn: cn=Kevin Brown,ou=People,dc=example,dc=com
changetype: add
objectClass: top
objectClass: person
objectClass: organizationalperson
objectClass: inetorgperson
employeeNumber: kb323441
cn: Kevin Brown
sn: Brown
departmentNumber: 7013
description: Production
displayName: Kevin
givenName: Kevin
o: Acme
ou: Production
postalAddress: 1234 Pecan Ave., Ste 30
postalCode: 43231
st: CA
street: 1234 Pecan Ave, Ste 30
title: Production Assistant
jpegphoto: file:///c:/photos/Kevin.Brown.jpg