Global Configuration Values

This entry is part 1 of 4 in the series Walking through the ServiceNow driver

This entry is part 1 of 4 in the series Walking through the ServiceNow driverHelpdesk applications come and go. Like Antivirus and backup products they are all horrible, except the other ones are worse. Each of those three products have good and bad features and none seem to have them all. With the move of…

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By: geoffc
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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
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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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