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Old 01-23-2013, 11:34 PM
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Default Which ObjectClass is One-X-Communicator using?

Hello,

we are currently using 1XC within a multi-tenancy environment. There are several requests to store other information in our Active Directory.

Here is my question:
Which ObjectClass is 1XC using? If it only searches for "user" as ObjectClass it would be fine. But if there are other information stored (e.g. hunt groups for billig etc.) and displayed we need to find another solution.

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Stefan
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Old 04-16-2014, 03:32 AM
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Hi Stephan

I was working on one of the issue where we used advanced search criteria of 1xC, here filter used was :
"(&(objectClass=*)(telephonenumber=6622*))". 6622 being extension. Now, the number was xxxx6622 and hence the search was not successful because of the placement of *.

Previous query in 1xC SP8 was:
(&(telephonenumber=input*))

New query in SP9:
(&(objectClass=*)(telephonenumber=input*))

May i know the 1xC version in question?
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