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Update the configuration file

The 
AtHocDataIntegration.config
 file provides instructions for obtaining LDAP data.
  1. Open the 
    AtHocDataIntegration.config
     file in your BlackBerry UEM Notifications package.
  2. Update the following Active Directory parameters (
    <AdParameters>
    ):
    • <server>
      :An optional IP address or the LDAP server name. This field can be blank. If blank, the synchronization module searches the default domain controller. For an SSL-secured LDAP, you must specify the fully-qualified domain name of the LDAP server. Specifying the port is optional. By default, the LDAP service port is 389 and the SSL-secured LDAP service port is 636.
    • <username>
      :The username of the account that accesses the LDAP server. If the server is not specified, the username is ignored. For an SSL-secured LDAP server, you must specify a fully-qualified user DN (FQDN). For example: CN=User Common Name,OU=Admin Accounts,DC=SomeDomain,DC=com.
    • <password>
      : The password of the user account which accesses the LDAP server. If the server is not specified, the password is ignored.
    • <rootNodeDistinguishedName>
      : Enter the node in Active Directory that you want to export.
  3. Specify the attributes that you want to export from Active Directory in the 
    <attributes>
     parameter.
    Example:
    <attributes> <attribute memberExport="true">samaccountname</attribute> <attribute>sn</attribute> <attribute>givenname</attribute> <attribute>displayname</attribute> <attribute>userAccountControl</attribute> <attribute>Mail</attribute> <attribute>Phone</attribute </attributes>
  4. Update the following 
    BlackBerry AtHoc
     (
    <sdkParameters>
    ) parameters:
    • <providerID>
      : The ID of the BlackBerry AtHoc organization whose data will be synchronized.
    • <url>
      : The location of your 
      BlackBerry AtHoc
       server. This parameter must be appended with 
      /sdk/listener/listen.asp
      .
    • <username>
      : An operator in the BlackBerry AtHoc system with SDK User permissions.
    • <password>
      :The password of an operator with SDK User permissions.
    Example:
    <providerId>1234567</providerId> <url>https://pilot.athoc.com/sdk/listener/listen.asp</url> <username>SDKUser1</username> <password isEncrypted="false">yourpassword</password>
  5. Save the file.