else if (csentry["firstName"].IsPresent && csentry["lastName"].IsPresent)
values.Add(csentry["firstName"].StringValue + "." + csentry["lastName"].StringValue);
If you dont know what it is open up the extension again in Visual Studios
In this example we will use IMASynchronization.MapAttributesForJoin
Remove the value in the window
now add the function name in this example we will use "IMASynchronization.MapAttributesForJoin" it should look like the following
Click on OK
At this point if you click on OK you will probably receive the following message unless you have the rules extension selected under Configure Extensions
When you click on OK from this window you should be directed to the Configure Extensions Window
Click on Select next to the Rules Extension at the top
This will open up a window which will display all .dll files within the default extensions directory "C:\Program Files\Microsoft Forefront Identity Manager\2010\Synchronization Service\Extensions\*.dll"
Locate the Extension you just Compiled and select and highlight it, click on OK
It should now be listed in the Rules Extension Name section.
Click on OK to complete and save the configuration.
If there are multiple functions that are using rules extensions you need to add all the functions to a single .dll.
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