terça-feira, 28 de fevereiro de 2012 13:43
Is FIM 2010 support Open provisioninng stantard like SPML if yes please prvide valid link.
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quarta-feira, 29 de fevereiro de 2012 20:26
quinta-feira, 1 de março de 2012 19:21
I don't think it can do it directly, as my understanding of SPML implementations is that they are done as a push, but FIM works via a pull from the data source. I'm not that familiar with ECMA 2.0, but I don't believe that fundamental behavior has changed. If you are talking file format processing, FIM does do DMSL 2.0 but that's as close as it would get and that's not necessarily what you've got in SPML.
What we've done with ILM (and likely FIM when we are able to upgrade) is the SPML from the ERP vendor's system is sent to a custom web service which writes the data into an AD/LDS instance that the sync engine reads from. It may sound sort of Rube Goldberg-ish but it's worked well for us in the production environment for nearly two years. It lets the ERP system remain transactional and send updates as it has them, and the sync engine can run in its scheduled way and we don't have to do any special effort to calculate deltas.
sexta-feira, 2 de março de 2012 22:30
Is it a general question regarding capabilities of FIM 2010 or do you have a need to integrate with systems talking SPML?
Because from my point of view, you should not invest in SPML direction if you don't have to.
Check the new SCIM protocol who is promising as Google, SalesForce, Cisco (Webex), Sailpoint, PingIdentity, Courrion, UnbundID, (and us) are all looking at this direction and implementing SCIM.
Just my point of view...
segunda-feira, 5 de março de 2012 06:14
Thanks for reply.