Set up LDAP integration via MID Server Setting up an LDAP integration via MID Server involves several steps. Before you beginRole required: admin Procedure Define the LDAP server Configure the LDAP server Provide LDAP server login credentials. Enable a listener. Specify attributes for improving performance or security. Set up communication between the LDAP and MID Servers Define organizational units (OUs) on the LDAP server Create a data source Create a transform map or select an existing transform map. Transform LDAP data into data types that the instance supports. Include onStart and onAfter scripts in a custom transform map. Create and execute a scheduled data import. Test an LDAP connection manually. Define an LDAP serverCreate a new LDAP server record in the instance.Configure an LDAP serverAfter an LDAP server record exists, you can configure login credentials, enable a listener, and add attributes to the LDAP server that can be used to improve server performance and security.Set up communication between LDAP and MID serversConfigure your LDAP and MID servers to communicate with each other.Define LDAP organizational unitsAn organizational unit (OU) definition specifies the LDAP source directories available to the integration.Create a data source for LDAPEach LDAP organizational unit (OU) definition has its own related list of data sources.LDAP transform mapsThe transform map moves data from the import set table to the target table (User or Group).LDAP data transformationIf an LDAP attribute contains simple data, the transform map links an imported LDAP attribute to an appropriate field in the target table (User or Group).Scheduled data imports for LDAPA scheduled import allows administrators to import LDAP data on a regular schedule.Import binary data through a MID ServerAs an administrator, you can import binary large object (BLOB) data with an LDAP integration through the MID Server.Troubleshooting LDAP integration via MID ServerYou may encounter issues in the following areas while integrating LDAP via MID Server.