Packages replace and enhance the functionality that library objects provide. For more information about packages, see NetIQ Designer for Identity Manager Administration Guide.
Library objects store multiple policies and other resources that are shared by one or more drivers. A library object can be created in a driver set object or any eDirectory container. Multiple libraries can exist in an eDirectory tree. Drivers can reference any library in the tree as long as the server running the driver holds a Read/Write or Master replica of the library object.
Style sheets, policies, rules, and other resource objects can be stored in a library and be referenced by one or more drivers.
Right-click a driver set or the Identity Vault object in the Outline view, then click
Specify the name of the library object, then click.
Libraries can hold any policy, XSLT style sheets, or any type of resource object.
Right-click the library object, select, then select the type of object you want stored in the library. The options are:
Credential Application: Stores application authentication parameter values for NetIQ Credential Provisioning policies. For information, see NetIQ Identity Manager Credential Provisioning Guide.
Credential Repository: Stores static configuration information for NetIQ Credential Provisioning policies. For information, see NetIQ Identity Manager Credential Provisioning Guide.
DirXML Script: Creates a policy set. See Creating a Policy for more information.
ECMAScript: Creates an ECMAScript object. See Creating an ECMAScript Object for more information.
Mapping Table: Creates a mapping table object. For more information, see Creating a Mapping Table Object.
Resource: Creates a generic resource object. For more information, see Creating a Generic Resource Object.
Schema Map: Creates a Schema Map object. For more information, see Section 5.0, Defining Schema Map Policies.
XSLT: Creates an XSLT style sheet in the library. For more information, see NetIQ Identity Manager Understanding Policies Guide.
From Copy: Creates a copy of an existing object.
After you have created the library, you can use any of the resources stored in the library in any policy.
Double-click the desired policy in the Outline view.
Right-click in the Policy Builder, then selector .
Browse to and select the desired resource stored in the library object, then clicktwice.