Author: Aditya Vikram

Designer for Identity Manager is a client-based tool for designing, debugging, deploying, and documenting your identity management solutions. Designer 3.5 released late 2009 offers a rich set of new capabilities. Some of the key ones have already been discussed about in various other articles. This article just tries to consolidate all of them together for ease of reference.

For getting Designer 3.5 released builds, go to Designer Builds.

For more information about Identity Manager Designer, refer to Designer documenation.

Modelling Role Based Entitlements in Designer:

Enabling Stage Identity Management Projects in Designer:

Key Performance improvements:

Key Usability Improvements:

Schema Compare:

Managing Structured GCVs in Designer:

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By: avikram
Mar 12, 2010
3:01 pm
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