NetIQ Identity Manager: Work Order Driver Concepts
by Geoffrey Carman
The Work Order driver with NetIQ Identity Manager (IDM) is both a simple driver while at the same time very complex and confusing. Much of it has to do with there being little to no limits on how you might use it.
There are some good articles to consider reading as you contemplate using a Work Order driver, which you can find at these links:Aaron Burgemeister a great guy at Novell / NetIQ Technical support wrote these:
I took a stab at this in the past, in this article: Using the Work Order Driver in IDMI would like to revisit this discussion, mostly because my feelings about the driver have matured over time, as I have been exposed to several OTHER ways to use it. I recently had to explain all this to some clients, and this has lead me to consider that maybe there is a better way to approach. Let's see if I am correct.
Read Geoffrey's article in the NetIQ Qmunity >
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