Last post Mar 03, 2008 01:47 AM by Twinkle
Feb 27, 2008 01:33 AM|Twinkle|LINK
I need ur help in creating users. I can able to create a user successfully, without passing propertiesxml string. But if I pass the properties, it accepting only the Street(<properties><property name="Street"><value>xxx</value></property></properties>
and creates the user. If i give <property name="City" (or) "State"> it is not accepting. Why it is so?, What should I need to do?.
Feb 28, 2008 04:54 AM|aqeel asghar|LINK
because these are not the property names in AD (Active Directory) . for city AD attrubute is "l" (small L) and "st" for state. here is a list for AD attributes you can use:
you can also explore this site to know more of it:
Feb 28, 2008 09:25 AM|DmitriG|LINK
Just to summorize...
Attribute display name
Native AD attribute
Contains the given name (first name) of the user.
This attribute contains the family or last name for a user.
The display name for an object. This is usually the combination of the users first name, middle initial, and last name.
A proxy address is the address by which a Microsoft Exchange Server recipient object is recognized in a foreign mail system. Proxy addresses are required for all recipient objects such as custom recipients
and distribution lists.
Contains the initials for parts of the user's full name. This may be used as the middle initial in the Windows Address Book.
The user's address.
l (small 'L')
Represents the name of a locality, such as a town or city.
The name of a user's state or province.
The postal or zip code for mail delivery.
The country/region in which the user is located
Contains the user's job title. This property is commonly used to indicate the formal job title, such as Senior Programmer, rather than occupational class, such as programmer. It is not typically used
for suffix titles such as Esq. or DDS.
The user's company name.
Contains the name for the department in which the user works.
Contains the office location in the user's place of business.
The primary telephone number.
Contains telephone number of the user's business fax machine.
The user's main home phone number.
The primary cell phone number.
The user's comments.
Mar 03, 2008 01:47 AM|Twinkle|LINK
Thank U very much friend. Now I can able to add properties.