The FIM Product group has has released a new version of ECMA2, one new Connector and an update to two Connectors to Connect for pre-release evaluation. Read Peter Geelen’s review here.
The FIM Product group has has released a new version of ECMA2, one new Connector and an update to two Connectors to Connect for pre-release evaluation.
A new release of the Sync Engine is available on Connect and it has ECMA 2.2 in it. These are the new features:
– An ECMA2 Connector can be initiated and can run outside the sync engine. It is now possible to do a test driven implementation where you create all unit tests for your Connector in Visual Studio and test your Connector without even having a Sync Engine. You can also debug the Connector without having a Sync Engine present.
– A new capabilities page and calling the capabilities later in the flow. It is now possible to ask the user for information and connect to the target directory and use that information for the Connector’s capabilities.
– Added support for…
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