Unique Name noun token, allows variables in the attribute name.

Tried that and it is not expanding. Causes really weird errors...

IDM 4.5.4 on RedHat. Anyone else seen that lately?

[06/28/17 10:24:16.129]:LDAP3-IPA ST: Action:
do-set-local-variable("UID-NUM",scope="policy",token-unique-name("$ATTR-NAME$",counter-pad="false",counter-pattern="last",counter-use="fallback",on-unavailable="error",test-all-objects="false",arg-dn(token-global-variable("idv.dit.data.users")),token-local-variable("HIGH-WATER-MARK"))).
[06/28/17 10:24:16.129]:LDAP3-IPA ST:
arg-string(token-unique-name("$ATTR-NAME$",counter-pad="false",counter-pattern="last",counter-use="fallback",on-unavailable="error",test-all-objects="false",arg-dn(token-global-variable("idv.dit.data.users")),token-local-variable("HIGH-WATER-MARK")))
[06/28/17 10:24:16.130]:LDAP3-IPA ST:
token-unique-name("$ATTR-NAME$",counter-pad="false",counter-pattern="last",counter-use="fallback",on-unavailable="error",test-all-objects="false",arg-dn(token-global-variable("idv.dit.data.users")),token-local-variable("HIGH-WATER-MARK"))
[06/28/17 10:24:16.130]:LDAP3-IPA ST:
arg-dn(token-global-variable("idv.dit.data.users"))
[06/28/17 10:24:16.130]:LDAP3-IPA ST:
token-global-variable("idv.dit.data.users")
[06/28/17 10:24:16.130]:LDAP3-IPA ST: Token Value:
"acme\users".
[06/28/17 10:24:16.130]:LDAP3-IPA ST: Arg Value: "acme\users".
[06/28/17 10:24:16.130]:LDAP3-IPA ST:
arg-string(token-local-variable("HIGH-WATER-MARK"))
[06/28/17 10:24:16.130]:LDAP3-IPA ST:
token-local-variable("HIGH-WATER-MARK")
[06/28/17 10:24:16.130]:LDAP3-IPA ST: Token Value: "20007".
[06/28/17 10:24:16.131]:LDAP3-IPA ST: Arg Value: "20007".
[06/28/17 10:24:16.131]:LDAP3-IPA ST: Query from policy
[06/28/17 10:24:16.131]:LDAP3-IPA ST:
<nds dtdversion="4.0" ndsversion="8.x">
<source>
<product edition="Advanced" version="4.5.4.0">DirXML</product>
<contact>NetIQ Corporation</contact>
</source>
<input>
<query class-name="User" dest-dn="acme\users" scope="subtree">
<search-class class-name="User"/>
<search-attr attr-name="$ATTR-NAME$">
<value>20007</value>
</search-attr>
<read-attr/>
</query>
</input>
</nds>


Even tried with the variable picker instead of typing it free hand, no
difference.

Easy to work around, just odd.