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Rule instead, then the object hits a DLL error with the inbound sync. An Action workflow function instead of an inbound sync.

This was achieved using an Action ‘lookup’ workflow and XPath filters. Managing the update of all object attributes in the FIM portal, including exposing new objects like ‘Location’ and ‘Organisational Unit’ objects with custom FIM portal extensions, and writing of RCDC XML files for each attribute (time consuming but exposes the power of the FIM portal as a potential area to manage some objects exclusively in the portal) 4.

Using native FIM ‘sync rules’ to achieve the following types of attribute manipulations, usually inbound direction only, including: a.

There are of course many ways of detecting whether an AD account is ‘active’ however, I just wanted something to work for both existing AD accounts and ones provisioned by FIM.

Also, the only system that contributes DREs is Active Directory and this avoids ‘sticky values’ where the FIM portal keeps sending old values to the Metaverse because its the last contributing system for that attribute. As part of my Active Directory outbound provisioning rule, I used a combination of multiple Action workflows to generate the right values, including calculating a unique ‘s AMAccount Name’ using a Global Catalog lookup to the Active Directory. Rule to send initial flow values as variables to the Sync.

Using Detected Rule Entries (DREs) to calculate Set membership.