With the release of NetIQ Identity Manager 4.0 Support Pack 1 (aka IDM 4.01) some bug fixes, and a few new features were added.
Specifically three partner provided drivers were included, an RSA Driver, a Blackboard driver, and a Google Apps driver.
I discussed some of the new features and bugs fixed in IDM 4.01 in this series of articles:
I have been working on a series of articles walking through driver configurations, policy by policy to try and understand what the driver is doing, under the covers.
You can see more of these walk throughs on a Wiki page I maintain to keep them all together: Detailed driver walk through collection.
For this series of articles I would like to start looking at the Google Apps driver in IDM 4.01, that is provided by Consensus Consulting.
In the first article in the series I worked my way through the Subscriber Event transform and half way through the Matching Policy set.
In the second article in the series I worked my way through the rest of the Matching Policy set.
In the third article in the series I worked my way through the Creation policy set.
In the fourth article in the series I started working through the Placement policy set.
In the fourth article I did not quite finish the Subscriber Command Transform, so in the fifth article I continued to the end of the Command Transform and part way through the Schema Mapping policies.
In the sixth article in this series I would like to finish the Schema mapping policy set and begin to work through the Output Transform policy set.
In the seventh article in this series I worked through most of the rest of the Output Transform. It turns out there is a fair bit more in the Output transform than I expected.
In the eighth article in this series I wrapped up the Output transform Policy set and start in on the Input Transform policy sets.
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