This guide describes the Authentication Services (AS) Client application programming interface (API) of the Novell® Identity Manager Fan-Out driver.
The Fan-Out driver supports multi-platform implementation of Novell Identity Manager 3.5.1, the comprehensive identity management suite that allows organizations to manage the full user life cycle, from initial hire, through ongoing changes, to ultimate retirement of the user relationship.
The guide also describes simple modifications that you can make to several popular products to make use of the API.
The guide includes the following sections:
This guide is for programmers and system administrators of the Identity Manager Fan-Out driver. It assumes that you are familiar with Identity Manager, Novell eDirectory™, and the administration or program development of systems and platforms you connect to Identity Manager.
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