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Sun[TM] Identity Manager 8.0 Deployment Tools 


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Who Should Use This Book
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Conventions Used in This Book
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Related Documentation and Help
Accessing Sun Resources Online
Contacting Sun Technical Support
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Chapter 1   Working with Rules
Before You Begin
Intended Audience
Related Documentation and Web Sites
Understanding Rules and Rule Libraries
What is a Rule?
Why Use Rules?
What is a Rule Library?
Developing New Rules and Rule Libraries
Understanding Rule Syntax
Writing Rules in JavaScript
Referencing Rules
Basic Rule Call Syntax
Invoking Rules in a Library
Resolving Rule Arguments
Securing Rules
Put Rules in an Appropriate Organization
Use Authorization Types to Secure Rules
Control Access to Rules that Reference More Secure Rules
Customizing Default Rules and Rule Libraries
Identity Manager Rules
Auditor Rules
Audit Policy Rules
Service Provider Rules

Chapter 2   Developing Custom Adapters
Before You Begin
Intended Audience
Important Notes
Related Documentation
What is a Resource Adapter?
What Are Standard Resource Adapters?
What Are Active Sync-Enabled Resource Adapters?
What is a Resource Object?
What is a Resource Adapter Class?
Preparing for Adapter Development
Become Familiar with Adapter Source Code
Profile the Resource
Decide Which Classes and Methods to Include
Review the REF Kit
Set Up the Build Environment
Writing Custom Adapters
Process Overview
Rename the Skeleton File
Edit the Source File
Map the Attributes
Specify the Identity Template
Write the Adapter Methods
Configure the Adapter to Support Pass-Through Authentication
Define the Resource Object Components
Installing Custom Adapters
Testing Custom Adapters
Unit Testing Your Adapter
Compatibility Testing Your Adapter
Testing the Resource Object
Troubleshooting Custom Adapters
Maintaining Custom Adapters

Chapter 3   Working with Firewalls or Proxy Servers
Servlet APIs

Chapter 4   Using SPML 1.0 with Identity Manager Web Services
Before You Begin
Intended Audience
Important Notes
Related Documentation and Web Sites
Configuring SPML
Installing and Modifying Repository Objects
Editing the File
Editing Configuration Objects
Starting the SPML Browser
Connecting to the Identity Manager Server
Testing and Troubleshooting Your SPML Configuration
Developing SPML Applications
ExtendedRequest Examples
Example Form
Using Trace with SPML
Example Methods for Implementing SPML
Add Request
Modify Request
Search Request

Chapter 5   Using SPML 2.0 with Identity Manager Web Services
Before You Begin
Intended Audience
Important Notes
Related Documentation and Web Sites
How SPML 2.0 Compares to SPML 1.0
How SPML 2.0 Concepts Are Mapped to Identity Manager
Supported SPML 2.0 Capabilities
Configuring Identity Manager to Use SPML 2.0
Deciding Which Attributes to Manage
Configuring the SPML2 Configuration Object
Configuring web.xml
Configuring SPML Tracing
Extending the System
Sample SPML 2.0 Adapter

Appendix A   Using the Business Process Editor
Starting and Configuring the BPE
Starting the BPE
Specifying a Workspace
Enabling JDIC
Using SSL in the BPE
Navigating the Business Process Editor
Working with the BPE Interface
Loading Processes or Objects
Setting Editor Options
Validating Workflow Revisions
Saving Changes
Inserting XPRESS
Using Keyboard Shortcuts
Accessing JavaDocs
Inserting a Method Reference
Working with Generic and Configuration Objects
Common Persistent Object Classes
Viewing and Editing Objects
Creating a New Object
Validating a New Configuration Object
Creating and Editing Rules
Using the BPE Interface
Creating a New Rule
Editing a Rule
Rule Libraries
Customizing a Workflow Process
Step 1: Create a Custom Email Template
Step 2: Customize the Workflow Process
Debugging Workflows, Forms, and Rules
Recommendations for Use
Using the Debugger Main Window
Stepping through an Executing Process
Getting Started
Debugging Workflows
Debugging Forms


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