By default, objects with incorrect data are not synchronized. These objects can be synchronized once the data has been corrected. In certain situations, however, it might be necessary to synchronize objects like these and ignore the data properties that have errors. This synchronization behavior can be configured in One Identity Manager.
To ignoring data errors during synchronization in One Identity Manager
In the Synchronization Editor, open the synchronization project.
Select the Configuration > One Identity Manager connection category.
In the General view, click Edit connection.
This starts the system connection wizard.
On the Additional options page, enable Try to ignore data errors.
This option is only effective if Continue on error is set in the synchronization workflow.
Default columns, such as primary keys, UID columns, or mandatory input columns cannot be ignored.
- Save the changes.
IMPORTANT: If this option is set, One Identity Manager tries to ignore commit errors that could be related to data errors in a single column. This causes the data changed in the affected column to be discarded and the object is subsequently saved again. This effects performance and leads to loss of data.
Only set this option in the exceptional circumstance of not being able to correct the data before synchronization.