For this procedure, in Management Agent Designer, on the Map
Object Types page, you specify a relationship (that is, a
mapping) between the template input file object class (including
hierarchy, if present) and an object type. To complete this procedure, you must be logged on as a member of the MIISAdmins security group.
This procedure applies to management agents for the following
Microsoft Identity Integration Server 2003 editions:
Identity Integration Feature Pack for Active Directory
Attribute-value pair text files, delimited text files,
Directory Services Markup Language (DSML) 2.0, fixed-width text
files, LDAP Data Interchange Format (LDIF)
To map object types
In Management Agent Designer, on the Map object
types page, in Object class, click the object class that
you want to map to an object type.
In Object type column, in the same row as the object
class that you want to map, click an object type.
If the object class that you want to map to is not listed,
click New, and, in the New Object Class dialog box,
type the object class name.
Management Agent Designer automatically detects the objectClass
attribute for Directory Services Markup Language (DSML) and LDAP
Data Interchange Format (LDIF) file formats. To automatically
detect and map an object class for fixed-width, delimited, or
attribute-value pair file formats, you must select an attribute
with the Object class attribute option (that is, on the
Configure Attributes page, in Advanced, and then in
Define object class).
If an object class does not exist in the template input file,
but it does exist in an custom data input file, use New Object
Class to create a new object class, and then map it to an