Using EDI software to pull personnel data from Oracle. I can connect to Oracle successfully, but some of the "destination[CPAM]" fields are not understood. (Can't find a Cisco chart that lists all of them.)
1. Can anyone tell me what Updated TS* and Created TS* stands for? We are using an Oracle view and since they are mandatory not mathcing anything I gave to the DBA's.
2. Also, once you select a source, there does not seem to be a way to delete that field, it is almost like i should have a blank column in my Oracle View just or that process.
Updated TS and created TS are 2 time stamp EDI uses everytime it fetches data from external database. you dont need to map these. what you need to map is some required fields and fields which you want to import into cpam database. below is the link about the same.
Do we have any document around ISE 3.0 agentless posture. Techzone type document with steps.
Besides, where can we download agentless posture module? Is it only available to download from ISE admin GUI, or is it available at CCO?
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