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Example: Preventing Metaverse Damage

The following Visual Basic Scripting Edition (VBScript) example shows you how to check the results of a management agent run prior to importing the objects in the metaverse. This example assumes that the Fabrikam HR MA management agent has the following run profiles:

  • A run profile with a step to stage a full import.
  • A run profile with a step to perform a delta synchronization

The example uses a ratio to limit the number of object deletions. The number of object deletions must be less than 20 percent of the total number of connector space objects.

The example first runs the management agent with a full import (stage only) run profile step and then checks the number of objects to be deleted from the metaverse. If the number of objects to be deleted from the metaverse is less than 20 percent of the objects in the connector space, then the example runs the management agent with a delta synchronization run profile to import the objects into the metaverse.


Option Explicit

On Error Resume Next

Const PktPrivacy = 6    ' Authentication level

Dim ErrorLevel          ' Return code

Dim Service             ' Service object

Dim ManagementAgent     ' Management agent

Dim TotalCSObjects      ' Total connector space objects

Dim ImportDelete        ' Import Object Deletes

Dim DeleteRatio         ' Delete ratio

Dim AcceptRatio         ' Acceptable delete ratio

Dim Status              ' Status string

ErrorLevel = 1

Set Service = GetObject("winmgmts:{authenticationLevel=PktPrivacy}!root\MicrosoftIdentityIntegrationServer")

Set ManagementAgent = Service.Get("MIIS_ManagementAgent.Name='Fabrikam HR MA'")

Status = ManagementAgent.Execute("Full Import")

If Status = "success" Then

   WScript.Echo "Management Agent Run successful. Checking delete ratio."

   TotalCSObjects = Clng(ManagementAgent.NumCSObjects)

   ImportDelete = Clng(ManagementAgent.NumImportDelete)
      
   ' Calculate the delete ratio.
   If (ManagementAgent.NumCSObjects > 0) Then

      DeleteRatio = ImportDelete / TotalCSObjects * 100

   Else

      DeleteRatio = 0

   End If

   ' Display the delete ratio.
   WScript.echo "Delete Ratio: " & DeleteRatio

   ' In this example, the maximum acceptable delete ratio is 20 percent.
   AcceptRatio = 20

   ' Display an error message if the delete ratio is greater than the
   ' acceptable amount.
   If DeleteRatio >= AcceptRatio Then

      WScript.Echo "ATTENTION: Ratio is hit. Setting errorlevel to 2"

      ErrorLevel = 2	    

   Else

      Status = ManagementAgent.Execute("Delta Synchronization")

      WScript.Echo "Synchronization run result: " & Status

      If Status = "success" then ErrorLevel = 0

   End If
    
 Else
 
    WScript.Echo "Management Agent Run failed with " & Status
    
 End If

Sub ErrorHandler (ErrorMessage)
  WScript.Echo ErrorMessage
  WScript.Quit(1)
End Sub

See Also

Preventing Damage to the Metaverse and Connected Data Source
Example: Preventing Connected Data Source Damage
Enabling Security in Scripts


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