IDM Fan Out Unix Receiver Scripts


When the Platform Receiver calls a Receiver script, it maps the name-value pairs in environment variables as shown in the following example:

User names and group names are checked for validity before they are mapped to environment variables. A utility Receiver script is called to perform the validity checking.

Receiver scripts are called as appropriate to determine group affiliations for user events and group membership for group events.

Receiver scripts are called to take the necessary actions. For more information about Receiver scripts, see the Documentation Platform Services Planning Guide and Reference and the scripts themselves.

Script Location #

On Linux, they are located at:

Platform Receiver Scripts#

Some explanations of the Platform Receiver Scripts and their functions.

Writing UNIX Platform Receiver Scripts#

Some information on how Writing UNIX Platform Receiver Scripts

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