Archive/category: OpenIDM

OpenIDM Property Value Substitution

Property value substitution can be a useful technique for customizing OpenIDM deployments across multiple environments. Assume, for instance, that you have three environments (Development, Test, and Production).  Your OpenIDM deployment has been configured for one OpenDJ system resource, but the configuration properties for that resource is different across each environment.  The following diagram demonstrates the Read more

Configuring OpenIDM Password Reset

ForgeRock OpenIDM is a powerful account management and data synchronization tool that provides many robust features out of the box.  Some of these features must be enabled, however, before they can be used.  Once such feature allows a user to reset their password in the OpenIDM Web UI by responding to challenge questions. The OpenIDM Read more

OpenIDM 3.1: A Wake Up Call for Other Identity Vendors

Having implemented Sun, Novell, and Oracle provisioning solutions in the past, the one thing that I found to be lacking in ForgeRock’s OpenIDM solution was an easy to use administrative interface for connecting to and configuring target resources. Sure, you could configure JSON objects at the file level, but who wants to do that when Read more