RCDC – Session 4 – Dynamic RCDC

Let’s first discuss the Idea of Dynamic RCDC and its limitations with the Default FIM Portal. What the Dynamic RCDC is Attributes or Tabs that are displayed for a Resource depending on the permissions granted by an MPR for the attribute that it is bound too {Binding Source=rights, Path=DetectedRulesList} Attributes or Tabs that are displayed for…


RCDC – Session 3 – Adding a Dropdown selection to an attribute in the RCDC and Regular Expression Control

Previously in the post RCDC – Session 2 – Adding a new Attribute to an Existing TAB We added the attribute Employee Status to the Create User RCDC. Currently this attribute is displayed via a standard Text Box. we could control what values a user can type within that text box by adding a Regular Expression….


RCDC – Session 0 – Understanding RCDC.

What is the RCDC? Think of the RCDC as the means for the FIM Portal to provide a User Friendly interface to the end user. Modifications to the RCDC can be made to Add or Remove information that is displayed to particular end users. Additionally with proper schema management and RCDC modifications you can restrict…


RCDC – Session 2 – Adding a new Attribute to an Existing TAB.

Required: Understanding Understanding of Schema Management – Creating new Attributes within the FIM Portal Schema. Understanding of Schema Management – Binding Attributes to Portal Resources. Understand how to Back up the Current RCDC Configuration files. In this Blog Posting We will Discuss Adding a newly created and bound attribute to the RCDC that is used to…


RCDC – Session 1 – Backing up your RCDC Files.

There are 2 ways to Back up your RCDC Configuration Files, The Easy way Automated with Script or the not as easy way Manual Back Up Procedure, I recommend useing the Automated with Script method after you first install to have a back up of all default RCDC Configuration files and maybe periodicly acording to your…


View what groups a user is a member of on a separate tab of the User Interface (Member Of Tab)

The following piece of XML Code can be used to add a Tab to the User Edit RCDC which allows users to quickly view which group a user is a member of. <my:Grouping my:Name=”MemberOfGroup” my:Caption=”Member Of” my:Enabled=”true” my:Visible=”true”>   <my:Control my:Name=”MemberOfDistributionGroups” my:TypeName=”UocListView” my:ExpandArea=”true” my:Caption=”Distribution Groups”>        <my:Properties>          <my:Property my:Name=”ColumnsToDisplay” my:Value=”DisplayName,Email,Domain,DisplayedOwner” />          <my:Property my:Name=”EmptyResultText” my:Value=”There are no groups…