Running the special function CLI commands generate a 'not found' error message. (NETIQKB28239)

  • 7728239
  • 02-Feb-2007
  • 19-Jun-2007

Resolution

fact
Directory and Resource Administrator 6.x

fact
Directory and Resource Administrator 7.x

symptom
Running the special function CLI commands generate a 'not found' error message.

symptom
Any Assistant Admin (AA), that is not explicitly part of the ActiveView, receives an error when running the CLI command.

symptom
Error occurs even if the Assistant Admin running the CLI command is a Built-In Admin or a DRA Admin with all rights over all objects.

symptom
The Directory and Resource Administrator (DRA) command line interface (CLI) has the ability to process 'special function' switches.  An example of this is the switch @TerritoryUsers, abbreviated as @TU.  Using the following CLI command should generate a list of all users contained in an ActiveView named, AV1:

EA USER @TU(AV1) DISPLAY

Instead of the list of users, the following message is displayed:

User ? @TU(AV1) ? not found.



cause
The Assistant Admin running the CLI command is not explicitly defined as an Assistant Admin in the ActiveView that is being processed.

fix
For the CLI command to process a special function (for example, @TerritoryGroups) successfully, the Assistant Admin running the CLI must be explicitly added as an Assistant Admin in the ActiveView that is being processed by the CLI.

Add the user account for the Assistant Admin that is running the CLI command as an explicit Assistant Admin in the ActiveView that is being processed by the CLI.

An Enhancement Request has been opened with Development to include this functionality in a future version of Directory and Resource Administrator.



Additional Information

Formerly known as NETIQKB28239

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