Destination is Application#

If the destination data store is the application, then an association is added to the current operation for each <instance> that is returned. No query is performed if the current operation already has a non-empty association, thus allowing multiple <do-find-matching-object> actions to be strung together in the same rule.

If more than one <instance> is returned, then the local variable error.do-find-matching-object will be set to a node-set containing the list of src-dn's from the instances if they are available, or the list of associations if the src-dn's are not available.

Destination is eDirectory#

If the destination data store is eDirectory, then the dest-dn attribute for the current operation is set.

No query is performed if the current operation already has a non-empty dest-dn attribute, thus allowing multiple <do-find-matching-object> actions to be strung together in the same rule.

  • single <instance> - If only a single <instance> is returned and that <instance> is not already associated, then the dest-dn of the current operation is set to the src-dn of the <instance> and the local variable error.do-find-matching-object is not available.
  • is already associated - then the dest-dn of the current operation is set to the single character &#xFFFC; and the local variable error.do-find-matching-object is set to the src-dn from that <instance>.
  • If multiple <instance> elements are returned then the dest-dn of the current operation is set to the single character &#xFFFD; and the local variable error.do-find-matching-object is set to a node-set containing the src-dn's from those <instance>'s..

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