Designer provides a document generator that helps you quickly generate customized documentation for your Designer projects. You can define your own document style, but Designer ships with a default provisioning style. The default provisioning style includes sections for the User Application. The sections include:
The directory abstraction layer documentation includes the following sections:
Entities: Including access properties, auxiliary classes, and LDAP classes.
Global lists: Including key and display label.
Queries: Including the query’s keys, parameters, and conditions.
Relationships: Including key, parent key, parent attribute, child key, and child attribute
Configuration: Including default entity key, default locale, and container classes.
The provisioning request definition documentation includes:
A table containing the definition’s category, status, and e-mail notification.
An image of the workflow’s structure.
A section for each activity with a table that lists the data mappings for the activity or the expression (if supported by the activity type).
A section for each form.
The provisioning team documentation includes:
The team members
The request type and scope
The manager’s permissions