This guide describes how to use the Designer to create User Application components. It explains how to work with the Provisioning view, the directory abstraction layer editor, the provisioning request definition editor, the provisioning team editor, and the role catalog.
Section 1.0, Introduction to the User Application Design Tools
Section 5.0, Creating Forms for a Provisioning Request Definition
Section 6.0, Creating the Workflow for a Provisioning Request Definition
This guide is intended for designers responsible for creating and modifying User Application components.
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