Filtered by: XPATH
A major stumbling block for getting started with Identity Manager (IDM) is how XPATH works, which should be understandable, but in an Identity Manager context it seems to confuse the heck out of people. Read Geoffrey Carman's article about it here.
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Geoffrey Carman shares some basic examples of various things you might do in XPATH.
Sometimes I have a need to remigrate or re-sync certain objects through a driver. Sometimes there are only a couple of objects which is easy or maybe it's all objects in a container which is also easy.
But there are those occasions where I may need to re-sync several thousands of objects that match a certain criteria.
In those cases I have several options at my disposal, these are the ones I know about.
Submitted by: alekz on Fri. 09.03.2010
Filed Under: Identity & Security Management Cool Solutions, Cool Solutions
Topic: Attributes, Customizing, Designer, DirXML Script Tokens, Identity & Security Management, Identity Management, Why Novell is Cool, XPATH
Product: DirXML, Identity Manager, Identity Manager 3.5, iManager
Recently I ran into the need to do some fun things in XPATH, and it turns out it was easier than I expected, and while it seemed hard in principle, it turns out to be really easy, straight forward, and understandable in practice!
Geoffrey Carman explains how to use Structured Global Configuration Variables (GCV) in Identity Manager 3.6.1.