Global Configuration Values

GCVs are immensely valuable components within an IDM solution. Use of GCVs can increase the configurability and reduce the amount of code customization required to both reproduce a solution, to move it between deployment stages (I.e, dev to test to production), and maximizes agility in case a solution’s name space or other factors need to…

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By: rrawson
Jul 24, 2015
1:02 pm
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In part one of this series, I discussed some of the basic types of GCV’s, (string, integer, real, boolean, DN, and password-ref) and there are still three types left to discuss. The remaining three are List, Enum, and Structured. Finally some details about the header and group options as well.

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By: geoffc
Jun 1, 2010
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If you have used Novell Identity Manager much, you probably have run across Global Configuration Values. I mention GCVs in many of my other articles in passing, and they are great. I thought an article dedicated to the fun things you can do with GCVs would be appropriate and entertaining.

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By: geoffc
May 7, 2010
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