My quest to bring Best Practices to Identity Management especially with Microsoft FIM / ILM

Wednesday, October 8, 2008

Projections showing up as Joins?

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So I found a slight inconsistency when following some of the ILM 2 walk-throughs. When you setup an inbound synch rule that creates objects in ILM the lineage says that the connector space object became a connector through join rules instead of projection rules. Minor bug -- but it sure can be confusing.

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HR Inbound Sync Rule

General Information

Created Time

8/27/2008 8:10:09 PM

Connected System

{0cd165ec-2745-4afd-95c0-a8f7dbeefe44}

Connected Object Type

person

ILM Object Type

managed:Person

Precedence

1

Create ILM Object

True

Create Connected System Object

False

Disconnect Connected System Object

False

Flow Type

Inbound

Relationships

ILM Attribute

Data Source Attribute

managed:EmployeeID

EmployeeID

Parameters

Parameter Name

Type

Initial Import Flows

Destination

Source

managed:EmployeeID

EmployeeID

Persistent Import Flows

Destination

Source

managed:AccountName

UserID

managed:Company

Company

managed:FirstName

FirstName

managed:LastName

LastName

managed:Manager

Manager

managed:EmployeeType

EmployeeType

managed:DisplayName

FirstName  +  " "  +  LastName

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