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Reading image binary data using FIMLDIFAdapter service

Hayden Gray 3 years ago in PowerShell connector updated by anonymous 3 years ago 8

I currently have a PowerShell Connector that reads in image binary data utilizing the FIMLDIFAdapter service (http://localhost:59990/IdentityBroker/FIMLDIFAdapter.svc). I currently use the ImportAll function provided by this service and it works providing the maximum message size quota for incoming messages is set fairly high (3040032000 bytes to be specific). If i try a lower value (i.e. 2040032000 bytes, this will cause the connector to fail with an exception "The maximum message size quota for incoming messages (2040032000) has been exceeded.").


I was wanting to know if there was a more efficient way to read from this service (another function I've possibly missed?), other than just increasing this value, as the more users that have images in the adapter the larger this quota needs to be.


Thankyou

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Yes, there's the OData Gateway. However, all endppoints are going to be subject to size limits/timeout/etc. for security purposes, so check the specifications/documentation.

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Yes, there's the OData Gateway. However, all endppoints are going to be subject to size limits/timeout/etc. for security purposes, so check the specifications/documentation.

I'll check that out, Thanks Adam.

Sorry Adam I should be more specific , the current version of IdB I'm using is IdB 4. Is this Gateway available in IdB4?

Oh ok sorry, were there any alternatives in IdB4 ?

No, the adapter data is only exposed via LDAP in v4.1.

No worries, Thanks for your help Adam