(WAL) – Workflow Example – Removal of a multivalued reference attribute

Special Thanks to Mr. David Hodge for putting the WAL Workflow Documentation together Things to keep in mind • the RemoveValues function requires a “List” to be passed to it. Adding in the GUID into the RemoveValues function didn’t seem to do it. • An example PowerShell activity that allows you to build a list…


MIM WAL–Installation Guide Part 3

  This post is a continuation of  MIM WAL–Installation Guide Part 2 This is the 3rd part of the MIM WAL Installation Guide Series, and in this section we will take the newly compiled Solution Navigate to the location where you copied the Solution Folder, If you have not yet copied the Solution Folder yet…


MIM WAL–Installation Guide Part 2

  This post is a continuation of  MIM WAL–Installation Guide Part 1 Navigate to the location where you have the MIM WAL Source Code Open the Folder “ReferencedAssemblies” In this Folder we want to copy the System.Management.Automation.dll file Once the file is copied into this folder Now open the folder “4.1.3496.0” Now copy the following…


MIM WAL–Installation Guide Part 1

Installation of the MIM WAL can sometimes be problematic especially if you are just getting started or even just an armature developer. The objective of this post is to: 1. ) Help in the collection of all files needed to compile the Workflow Activity Library 2.) Prepare solution to be compiled 3.) Install the Workflow…


(WAL) – Workflow Example – Run PowerShell Script

It is important to understand that the PowerShell Workflow is a great tool to complete task that require a PowerShell activity but it is limited when performing actions on a bulk amount of objects simultaneously and it lacks the ability for a retry, for example what happens if the PowerShell activity is triggered and the…


(WAL) – Workflow Example – Create Home Directory

The following Example is an illustration of how the PowerShell Workflow Activity could be used, some may argue that the PowerShell MA would be better suited for this type of activity and in a scenario where Bulk creations would be necessary i would agree, but this blog posting is to demonstrate that how to use…


(WAL) – Workflow Example – Employee ID Generator

In this Workflow Example we will demonstrate how to use the MIM WAL to build a Workflow that can be used to generate an Employee ID for a newly created user within the FIM Portal. This Workflow uses the following “WAL” Workflow Activities. Prerequisites for this Posting read The MIMWAL (Custom Workflow Activity Library) Create…


The MIMWAL (Custom Workflow Activity Library)

The MIMWAL has been officially released… Before use of this custom Workflow Activity Library or from here on out i will refer to it as the “WAL”, I would recommend reading all the documentation about the WAL and what it can be used for and how to use it. by navigating to the following site…