Workspace ONE UEM recommends re-pushing the custom attribute profile from the UEM console after upgrading to AirWatch v8.1.

If you choose to migrate to a CA Database without pushing the updated profile, the following decisions are made by the migration process.

  • Importing Application values.
    • If an Application value does exist for a custom attribute record in an XML file, then the existing value is used as the value for application when the record is inserted into the database.
    • If an Application value does not exist for an attribute record in an XML file, then the File Name is used as the Application value when the record is inserted into the database.
  • Importing Attribute Name values.
    • The name of the custom attribute record in the XML element is imported as the name of the custom attribute database record.
  • Importing value.
    • The value of the custom attribute record in the XML element is imported as the value of the custom attribute database record.
  • Importing is_dynamic values.
    • If an is_dyanmic value does exist for a custom attribute record in an XML file, then the existing values are imported as the is_dynamic value for the database record.
    • If an is_dyanmic value does not exist for a custom attribute record in an XML file, then the is_dynamic value is set to "True" for the database record.
  • Importing Permission values:
    • If a Permission value does exist for a custom attribute record in an XML file, then the existing value is imported as the Permission value for the database record.
    • If a Permission value does not exist for a custom attribute record in an XML file, then the Permission value is set to "read/write" for the database record.
  • Importing sync.
    • If a Sync value does exist for a custom attribute record in an XML file, then the existing value is imported as the Sync value for the database record.
    • If a Sync value does not exist for a custom attribute record in an XML file, then the Sync value is set to "True" for the database record.