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This article will guide the reader in a graphical way through IDM Out-of-Band events. It assumes that the reader is already familiar with IDM and basic trace reading.
This article will guide the reader in a graphical way though IDM Traces. It assumes that the reader is already familiar with IDM and basic trace reading.
The JDBC driver has several different modes of operation. The schema-unaware mode is when the driver behaves as a pass-through for sql statements, and usually used in a Subscriber-only setup. This article shows policies and methodologies that allow you to use it in publisher-only mode, and can be modified to allow full bi-directional sync in schema-unaware mode.
The purpose for this article is to present a way of enabling JMX on IDM 3.6.1 JVM on SLES 11, allowing remote monitoring of the JVM itself. The remote monitoring will expose Java memory and Heap usage, Thread usage, loaded classes, CPU usage, among other options.
It will cover how to monitor a system without any level of security (useful only in Dev/QA environment) and also how to enable security on the JMX connections, both through authentication and SSL.
Novell Identity Manager has a powerful tracing mechanism that can be used to track most of what is happening behind the scenes in your IDM implementation. To tap into that capability is very simple, and can be a valuable resource during development of the driver and also to troubleshoot issues in production.