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'/_id: Expecting a value' warning when adding a Role with an On Assignment script

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      When assigning a Role to a user, if the Role references an Assignment which contains a basic On Assignment script then this will throw an "/_id: Expecting a value" warning message.

      To reproduce the problem behaviour:

      1). Start OpenIDM 4.5 with sample2b and configure this for an OpenDJ.

      2). Configure an Assignment 'testassignment' (via Manage > Assignment and note that it should be managedUser_systemLdapAccounts in the mapping) that updates an LDAP attribute, eg. Description.

      3). Create a Role 'testrole' (referencing the Assignment) and then assign this role to a user (via the User page not the Roles page), as a provisioning role, and check that the attribute value has been updated in LDAP to verify the assignment functionality.

      4). Go to Assignment > Events > On Assignment and set to Inline Script and simply add the following:

      logger.info("test onassign");
      

      5). Assign the role to a different user. The role will show as assigned however the following will be seen in the logs:

      -> Unexpected failure during source synchronization
      org.forgerock.openidm.sync.impl.SynchronizationException: /_id: Expecting a value
          at org.forgerock.openidm.sync.impl.ObjectMapping$SyncOperation.performAction(ObjectMapping.java:1915)
          at org.forgerock.openidm.sync.impl.ObjectMapping$SourceSyncOperation.sync(ObjectMapping.java:2225)
      <SNIP>
      

      Expected behaviour:

      The "/_id: Expecting a value" message should not occur.

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              • Assignee:
                travis.haagen Travis Haagen [X] (Inactive)
                Reporter:
                andy.itter Andy Itter
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