ECMA Script

An increasingly common requirement within Identity Management projects is to remove or substitute some characters in a given string. Usually these are non-English (ASCII) characters, accents and diacritic marks. We live in an increasingly global environment. This often causes challenges in identity projects where one must synchronise identity data (names, locations) from a diversity of different…

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Alexander McHugh
Aug 19, 2016
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When working with the default policies for the Active Directory driver, one quickly notices that this driver calls out to several Java functions. This is true with both the package based version or the pre-configured XML driver export used up until the release of NetIQ Identity Manager 4 Overall, the Active Directory driver is one…

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Alexander McHugh
Jun 9, 2014
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So, now you’ve created some User Application forms and added form script to make the GUI more intelligent. However, things don’t seem to work like you expected, and you’re wondering why. Less polite people would call this ‘bug’, others speak of ‘random unexpected features’.

Time to get into debugging ECMAScript. Don’t be shy – here’s your jump start.

wschreiber
Oct 30, 2013
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If you have ever thought about using ECMA Script objects in an IDM project, here is a neat tip about testing and debugging these functions.

geoffc
By: geoffc
Jan 11, 2012
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Rudy Duym explains how to show and hide buttons from a UserApp ECMA Script.

By: rduym
Jun 27, 2007
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