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Oracle (Sun Java) Directory Server and the hybrid service
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If your organization uses Oracle (Sun Java) Directory Server, select Settings > Hybrid Configuration > Shared User Data to refine the way that Directory Agent searches the directory and packages user and group information for the hybrid service.
 
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Open the das.ini file (located in the bin directory on the Directory Agent machine) and locate the following section:
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Under Root Context for Hybrid Service Users, click Add to provide a Root Context to use when gathering user and group data from the directory. Narrow the context to increase speed and efficiency. See Adding and editing directory contexts for the hybrid service.
Provide a context that includes only users managed by the hybrid service.
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Under Synchronize User Data, verify the Name or IP address of the Sync Service machine and the Port used for Sync Service communication (by default, 55832).
These fields are populated automatically, but can be updated manually, if needed.
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Click Test Connection to verify that Directory Agent can send data to Sync Service. The test may take a minute or more.
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You can further refine the data that is sent to the hybrid service by defining patterns, or search filters, used to remove duplicate or otherwise unwanted entries from the directory search results. See Optimizing directory search results for the hybrid service for more information.

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