If you see this error in OIM:
I assume you also have OUD and are doing either LDAPSync or using the OID Connector for OUD. Here’s how you fix this.
You need to go to your OUD
I recently saw an OID installation that had a corrupt ObjectClass. It appeared to have a name of just ‘(‘, simply a left parenthesis:
After some digging, the original LDIF import was found with the bad
In this series of posts I’m going to explore some of the virtualization features of OUD with virtual attributes and transformations. Rather than going into explanations of all the various options, I’m simply going to
If you’ve found this post by searching the internet, then you must already know the trouble in getting this installed. Here I the steps I took
That’s it. Everything thereafter should work fine. Good luck