Why is there a 64 Character limit when creating the name of an Access Template? When entering a name with more than a policy violation message is displayed.
A value for the attribute 'cn' was not in the acceptable range of values.
PROPERTY: Name (cn)
Value for this property must be specified.
(Built-in Policy - Schema Requirements)
Object name must be unique in the container.
(Built-In Policy - Check Property Value Uniqueness)
As per design, there is a 64 character limit while creating an Access template through Active Roles.
For an attribute in Active Roles at the schema level, the lower and upper ranges are defined in the “tblSchema” table in the database. The built-in Active Roles policy evaluation happens when an Access Template is created.
Upon creation the policy checks that all mandatory attributes are set. In addition, it checks a type and length of the data for all attributes that are contained by request, with the already defined range in the schema and does not create an Access Template if there is a violation.