Category Archives: Best Practices

FIM 2010-A Case for Declarative Rule Use

I continue to work along within the design of a system and have been working with objects that have reference attributes that have to be flowed. For those of you who have followed my blog, I recently posted a discussion … Continue reading

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FIM2010–Playing with Precedence

Well, I decided that the “theory” behind equal precedence was pretty cool so now I’m going to put it into practice to see how I can meet a client requirement. I have set up a sync engine environment with two … Continue reading

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FIM2010–Troubleshooting RCDC’s

One of the most common threads I see floating around is how to effectively troubleshoot RCDC’s when you’ve made edits and then it doesn’t render correctly (and in most cases, just gives the “Advanced View” and an error). The manual … Continue reading

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FIM2010-Equal Precedence and Its Use

The addition of Equal Precedence into the FIM2010 feature set was both a blessing and a curse. A blessing in that we have a tool that now auto-magically merges to multi-valued objects into a superset of unique items when coming … Continue reading

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FIM2010–Enforcing Uniqueness of Attribute Values

Well, here is the question that has been bouncing around for a while which has many of us stumped. It has to do with uniqueness of values within the FIM portal and how to enforce them. As we all have … Continue reading

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FIM2010–Period Review of MPR Definitions To Increase System Performance

I have to admit, like many people, I sometimes will try to fix a problem in an expedient manner by performing the appropriate data manipulations required. In the case of FIM2010, this may include the addition of a small “maintenance” … Continue reading

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