Here’s part 3 of Alexander McHugh’s series on Delving into and beyond the current-op. The third article in the series deals exclusively with direct operations, it will outline the technical details, review general best practices related to working with direct operations. It will outline how to manipulate and transform direct operations and provide some useful toolbox rules related to direct operations.
Here’s part 2 of Alexander McHugh’s series on Delving into and beyond the current-op. This second article will outline general best practices related to working directly with nodes other than the current-op within the “current operation”. It will also outline some useful toolbox rules and expressions that can be used to access and manipulate the entire XDS document.
This article is the first part in a series that will delve into the way the NetIQ Identity Manager engine juggles atomic operations. The first article, will give an overview of how the engine actually handles the current operation and outline key technical details related to this concept. Subsequent articles will delve deeper into how to access and modify operations.
Here are some notes I took during my attempt to install the Permission Collection and Reconciliation Service (PCRS) on a new AD driver at a client.
The Work Order driver with NetIQ Identity Manager (IDM) is both a simple driver while at the same time very complex and confusing. Much of it has to do with there being little to no limits on how you might use it. There are some good articles to consider reading as you contemplate using a…
Geoffrey Carman shares some basic examples of various things you might do in XPATH.
With Identity Manager 4 Advanced Edition there are some major engine and Designer changes that are yet another example of a paradigm shift, and it can be summed up in one word, Packages. Here’s part 9 of Geoffrey Carman’s series about Packages in Designer 4.
Here’s part 8 of Geoffrey Carman’s series about Packages in Designer 4.
Here’s part 7 of Geoffrey Carman’s series about Packages in Designer 4. In this article, you’ll learn how the XSLT in Prompt Resources can manipulate the driver configurations.
Here’s part 6 of Geoffrey Carman’s series about Packages in Designer 4.