This guide is intended for users who want to translate the Identity Manager HPD and UA into a language that is not part of the standard language support set. In the first part I talked about how to add new locale to User Application driver and in the User Application WAR file. This part is for localizing Home and Provisioning Dashboard (HPD) including the One SSO Provider (OSP) login page.
One of the features IDM 4.5 documentation is missing are the instructions on how to add new locales to Home and Provisioning Dashboard (HPD) including the One SSO Provider (OSP) login page and the “old” UserApplication (UA) interface.
This post describes the method we used to migrate the database from MySQL to PostgreSQL for our JBoss based UserApp installations on SLES (IDM 4.0.2). This is achieved by reinstalling both JBoss with PostgreSQL and the UserApp, and then exporting the db from MySQL and importing it into PostgreSQL. Please note that the newly installed…
If you are using the IDM 4.0 SP2 Advanced Edition with additional toys like HPD, or if you are using IDM 4.5 AE with the same pieces, you may have the opportunity to use Mobile Approvals from an Android or other phone. This is basically a simplified mobile interface made to let those doing approvals…
I’ve implemented a number of PRD’s that allow an admin to modify attributes on a User, or other object, to facilitate provisioning. The motivation to write this arose mostly out of the difficulties in setting/displaying a Boolean, and in “deselecting” a pick list. Enjoy.
This small script substitutes “true” and “false” for radio control buttons in the userApp by anything you need. For example you can show disagree/agree instead of true/false within your forms.
This tip from Martyn Durrant shows you how to get the current time into a UserApp flowdata variable.
Rudy Duym explains how to use a form script function in UserApp to add a text or image button.
This tip from V.M. Luotonen gets the unwieldy “milliseconds since 1970″ into a more friendly and readable date format.
Rudy Duym explains how to show and hide buttons from a UserApp ECMA Script.