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NetIQ IDM JDBC drivers are well known for synchronizing to tables or views in order for applications built on those DBs to have users, passwords, etc. Used less often is the provisioning of accounts directly to the database system itself, e.g. creating accounts within the MytSQL or Oracle environment which can login to the database itself, either to provision DB admins/users or for applications that rely on those credentials. An example will be shown to quickly show how to create users and synchronize passwords to them in XSLT showing advantages and drawbacks of this type of integration.
Speaker: Aaron Burgemeister