I had the need to notify the administrators of our printing system every time the financial people assigned a new accounting code to our employees. We charge back printing with Equitrac which a print accounting system. Whenever we add a new type of employee the Finance people assign them unique accounting codes and these are…
Geoffrey Carman considers XPATH to be the hardest aspect of Novell’s Identity Manager product for most people to understand. He’s been churning out articles that work through interesting examples of XPATH to try and provide some real world examples that may make it more understandable. Here’s one that explores using XPATH to replicate MAP tokens.
In an Identity Vault environment, an attribute or field can have different character lengths in any of the connected data stores. This article describes a method of handling Attribute length differences by using the Substring Verb token in combination with an IDM Mapping Table.
Dave Gersic shares a few sample polices that use mapping tables to do common lookup tasks.
Here’s a walkthrough of some of the cool new features in Identity Manager 3.5, courtesy of Geoff Carman.