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How do I manage the Identity Source from command line

Question asked by David Millar on Jul 27, 2017
Latest reply on Jul 28, 2017 by David Millar

I need to change the LDAP directory URL and Directory Password.  Is there a way to do that from the command line?

 

Barring that, is there a way to unlink and delete an Identity Source from the command line.

 

"Why," you might ask "are you trying to do this via the command line?"

 

The reason is that this a test server that is currently pointed at the production LDAP directory with a bad password. The test server is off-line now, but when it was online, it was locking the LDAP service account because of bad passwords.  

 

Before restarting all services, and putting the test server back on the network, I'd like to correct the password, or just delete the identity source directly at the console..  If I simply restart all the services with the server on the network, then before I can correct the LDAP password through the Operations Console, the server will start trying to link to the Identity Source with the bad password and lock the prod servers out of linking to the Identity Source.

 

Thanks!

 

David Millar

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