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You can create a connection through the BCS to any database or web service and then use that as a secondary import source for SharePoint User Profile Service.
All LDAP compatible sources should work, so that is the first check you need to perform. Here is the Technet article for User Profile Synchronization for 2013, complete with information regarding SAP, and other business systens; http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg188041.aspx#importBusiness Here is a guide for setting up User Profile ...
Hi looks like the component in sharepoint that creates the 3 versions is not working correctly. Have you looked in ULS ... also ensure you are not overwriting when you do the AD sync ( I wrote a post on some of this ) ... I notice you posted 11 months ago so it is probably solved anyway.
Jason, This works for me. The key is that you must set the parameter for the user name before the query runs. It the parameter is empty it will run as the service account. Ensure that your connection does not run by default (this is the checkbox in the wizard that is checked by default). You should run the query by rule after setting the user name. Recheck ...
I am having the same issue. Have followed spences guide to the letter. Re deployed a fresh build, still no joy. I have installed the march CU with the autospinstaller, I might try a raw build and see.
Are you using the MMS in your Publishing Site? I have never done a publishing project without some use of MMS, as a result, you need to upgrade MMS along with your publishing site or you will orphan the terms. As for search, have you created any Managed Properties that you wish to retain? If so you need a plan for upgrading those.
The link Amit Kumawat gave should solve your problem. I've been using a third party tool to integrate Sharepoint and Active Directory, it also works out nicely: SharePoint AD Information Sync. It takes a bit time to install and setup.
Firstly, there is no clear answer to it...it depends! Secondly, why would you care migrating the service applications like User Profile since you will not be using it in future? User profiles service application is combination of Social tagging DB + Profile DB + Sync DB so consider SharePoint applications (Content Databases) which are dependent upon User ...
In 2010 there was a "Personalization Site" that had some User query web parts that allowed your to do just this type of thing. The site template is now hidden in 2013 but the web parts should still exist. Another option would be to roll your own or use REST service against the User Profile Service to pull the custom property from the UPA.
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