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GUI design for end User


Hi All,

I have a client requirement for a Good custom GUI -- to implement
Request Access IdM managed applications(40 application).

1- on click of left link user will get a page with its profile details,
and also all the 40 IdM applications in the list box.
2- User select the desired item/application(s) and move to right list
box (using arrow key button)
3- Based on the application selection, the corrosponding Form should
open in different Tabs of the form.Each app require furthur input from
user
4- User fill the info and submit the Form for processing/approval

Now, my challenge is I am not able to use multiple form in a PRD and
writing all the 40 applications GUI in one from with display/hide
feature would not be preferable.

please suggest the best approach to achieve this. I can change the
design, but the requirement is to raise the request for multiple
application at one time with good GUI.

Any response will be great help!


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AMIT KUMAR SINGH
IdM Consultant
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Re: GUI design for end User


The new Identity Manager end-user dashboard (code named Aquamarine) that
was presented at Brainshare 2013 may come very close to your requirements:
https://www.netiq.com/media/content/new-end-user-tools-for-netiq-identity-manager-4-advanced-edition.html

Other that that, you can create any custom GUI with the available
SOAP/REST APIs.

Wolfgang



On 19.11.2013 09:44, ameet140 wrote:
>
> Hi All,
>
> I have a client requirement for a Good custom GUI -- to implement
> Request Access IdM managed applications(40 application).
>
> 1- on click of left link user will get a page with its profile details,
> and also all the 40 IdM applications in the list box.
> 2- User select the desired item/application(s) and move to right list
> box (using arrow key button)
> 3- Based on the application selection, the corrosponding Form should
> open in different Tabs of the form.Each app require furthur input from
> user
> 4- User fill the info and submit the Form for processing/approval
>
> Now, my challenge is I am not able to use multiple form in a PRD and
> writing all the 40 applications GUI in one from with display/hide
> feature would not be preferable.
>
> please suggest the best approach to achieve this. I can change the
> design, but the requirement is to raise the request for multiple
> application at one time with good GUI.
>
> Any response will be great help!
>
>

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