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Hi,

I have tried to rename a Boolean attribute as below:

-<friendlyNameItem>
<ldapName>‚Äčadm-CustomAttributeBoolean1</ldapName>
<friendlyName>Is A Contractor</friendlyName>
</friendlyNameItem>

-<friendlyNameItem>
<ldapName>adm-CustomAttributeText1</ldapName>
<friendlyName>Shared Area Name</friendlyName>
</friendlyNameItem>

The one for customattributetext1 works fine but the Boolean one still shows as the ldap name after iis restart etc.

Would appreciate any help.

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Update 2018

Starting with Adaxes 2018.1, property display names are customized using the Administration console. For details, have a look at the following help article: https://www.adaxes.com/help/CustomizePropertyDisplayNames.

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Hello,

When we copied and pasted your text to a text editor, we noticed that there is something in-between <ldapName> and adm-CustomAttributeBoolean1. It is not a character, but something that seems like a random sequence of bytes that our text editor cannot recognize. In the editor, this looks as follows:

<ldapName>?adm-CustomAttributeBoolean1</ldapName>

This often happens when you copy text from somewhere, especially from a web browser.

There is no such an issue for adm-CustomAttributeText1, that's why the text attribute works, but the boolean doesn't. Just remove the whole line that reads <ldapName>‚Äčadm-CustomAttributeBoolean1</ldapName> and try typing it in manually. This should resolve the issue.

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Great, I've done that and it now works just fine. Obviously managed to corrupt it somehow.

Thanks for the fix.

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