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I’ve implemented a number of PRD’s that allow an admin to modify attributes on a User, or other object, to facilitate provisioning. The motivation to write this arose mostly out of the difficulties in setting/displaying a Boolean, and in “deselecting” a pick list. Enjoy.
Finding all the steps to create and maintain a UserApp/RBPM custom theme (or themes) took me a while. I thought that if I could save even one other person the pain of digging up all of the steps, then writing a Cool Solution would be worthwhile. I hope this helps make your life a little easier.
Want to cut to the chase on clustering Jboss for Novell UserApp? These details function with UA 3.6.1 and 3.5.1, and I don’t know that the version matters, since these are JBOSS clustering instructions.
A recent post on the Novell forums made me realize I should share this information more widely. Although I could have written copious details, anecdotes and technical historical asides, I wasn’t shooting for a Carmanesque document. (Love Ya Jeff; gotta tease!)
Having poked Jeff, I now only hope that my content is accurate and I won’t be raked over the coals by him. 🙂 (I also hope reward points are calculated on tip value, not on word count. )
You’d think synching (add/modify/remove) an attribute like “Login Expiration Time” to AD would be simple, right? Well, there are a few quirks and a few hurdles you have to navigate to make it happen. But it can be done fairly easily… read on.
Shocked at finding my RBS Roles were assigning supervisor rights to users, I set out to resolve the problem. Lothar Haegar recommended I write up the results, as the question is asked frequently: Why do I need to be a Supervisor of the tree to check Password Status?
A simple rule for maintaining referential integrity when users are renamed or moved, and they also have an outstanding workorder pending.
Rob Schneider brings us up to speed on IDM loopback and null drivers, including a rule example.
Rob Schneider shares a few tips on getting eDirectory and Microsoft AD to play nicely together, when it comes to synchronizing users in Groups.
Rob Schneider shares a Word macro that takes the hassle out of doing modifications after an ICE or LDIF user import.