|Support provided by||Evolveum|
|Target systems||CSV files (local)|
Connector for CSV-formatted text files. Complete rewrite of the old CSVFile connector.
This is an CSV connector completely rewritten from scratch. It is built to work with recent ConnId versions and to take all the advantages of that. The old old CSVFile Connector is now considered to be a legacy and it is no longer supported. Use this connector instead.
|Local I/O operations on CSV files|
ConnId 1.4.14 or later
Capabilities and Features
|Schema||YES||Determined from CSV file header.|
No activation for generic CSV is possible.
|Native attribute names||YES|
This is an CSV connector completely rewritten from scratch during 2016 and 2017.
|Framework version||Bundled with midPoint|
|2.0-SNAPSHOT||Polygon||download snapshot jar||GitHub (master)||N/A||220.127.116.11||Development version. Planned to be bundled with midPoint 3.6|
|2.0||Polygon||download jar||GitHub||Jun 3rd 2017||18.104.22.168||3.6||Stable version|
|2.1 ||Polygon||download jar||GitHub||October 4th 2017||22.214.171.124||3.6.1||Improved live synchronization. Fixed file locking.|
|2.2||Polygon||download jar||GitHub||April 12th 2018||126.96.36.199||3.8||Script execution (exec)|
|2.3||Polygon||download jar||GitHub||December 19th 2018||188.8.131.52||4.0||Parallel provisioning operation (thread locking)|
Name no longer required
This connector was developed using standard Java I/O libraries. It relies on Java platform for all I/O operations, including potentially problematic operations that involve concurrent and remote access to files. The capabilities of the Java platform on specific operating systems and filesystems may be limited.
The connector is only tested using local files on standard local filesystems in Linux and Windows environments. Network filesystems are not tested - although we have reports that this connector works with some network filesystems.
This connector is bundled with midPoint distribution, therefore it is a subject to bundled support program. Such bundled support includes only support for local files on standard local filesystems in Linux and Windows environment (ext4 and NTFS file systems). Other operating systems are not supported. Network file systems and unusual (experimental) filesystems are not supported.
Support for other operating systems, remote or unusual filesystems has to be explicitly negotiated in a support contract.