Overview#

Our IDM Best Practices Documents for naming of Global Configuration Value Naming Best Practices.

idv.dit.data.*#

These DirXML Variables are Global Configuration Variables that are specific to the tree structure within the IDV. Normally, these would normally not need edited unless the tree structure changes. Typical entries we commonly use:
display-namenamevalue
User Containeridv.dit.data.users
Active Users Containeridv.dit.data.users.active
Terminated Users Containeridv.dit.data.users.terminated
Default Password Policyidv.dit.data.default-password-policy
Posix Number Counter DNidv.dit.data.posix-counter-container
Group Containeridv.dit.data.groups
Role Locationidv.dit.data.roles
Regions Locationidv.dit.data.regions
Sectioncodes Locationidv.dit.data.sectioncodes
Current In-Scope Regionsidv.dit.data.inscope.regions
Roles In Scopeidv.dit.data.inscope.roles

idv.data.*#

These DirXML Variables are Global Configuration Variables that are specific to data within the IDV. Normally, these would normally need to be modified when changing environments, like from test to production.

Typical uses would be:

display-namenamevalue
Email Address Exchange Teamidv.data.emailaddress.exchangeexchange@willeke.com
Email Address IDM Teamidv.data.emailaddress.idmidmteam@willeke.com

idv.workflow.*#

These DirXML Variables are Global Configuration Variables that are specific to workflow operations within the IDV. Normally, these would normally not need to be modified when changing environments, like from test to production.

Typical uses would be:

display-namenamevalue
User account for starting workflowsidv.workflow.user
Default workflow approveridv.workflow.default.approver
Workflow definition containeridv.workflow.container
definition display-nameidv.workflow.url

idv.workorder.*#

These DirXML Variables are Global Configuration Variables that are specific to workorder driver operations within the IDV. Normally, these would normally not need to be modified when changing environments, like from test to production.

Typical uses would be:

display-namenamevalue
Workorder Containeridv.workorder.container
User Removal Delay (Seconds)idv.workorder.delete.delay
WorkOrder Cleanupidv.workorder.type.cleanup
WorkOrder Enableidv.workorder.type.enable
WorkOrder Disableidv.workorder.type.disable

idv.credprov* #

These DirXML Variables are Global Configuration Variables that are specific to workorder driver operations within the IDV. Normally, these would normally not need to be modified when changing environments, like from test to production.

Typical uses would be:

display-namenamevalue
SecretStore Repositoryidv.credprov.nss.repositorysystem\services\idm\driverset1\Library\lib-CredProv-NSSRepository
SecureLogin Repositoryidv.credprov.nsl.repositorysystem\services\idm\driverset1\Library\lib-CredProv-NSLRepository
NOTE: Seems Novell could not agree what to call this and so one driver or versions seems to add one and another adds the other.

Driver Configuration Value Naming#

These DirXML Variables are Global Configuration Variables are Driver Scope and are values that are "local" to the driver and not available to other drivers.

Unfortunately, Novell's driver developers are all over the place on these and so many do not follow any naming conventions.

drv.data.*#

These DirXML Variables are Global Configuration Variables are Driver Scope and are specific to data for the driver. Normally, these would normally need to be modified when changing environments, like from test to production.

drv.*#

These DirXML Variables are Global Configuration Variables are Driver Scope and are specific to the driver. Normally, these would normally not be modified when changing environments, like from test to production.

display-namenamevalue
Connected System or Driver NameConnectedSystemName

drv.dit.data.*#

These DirXML Variables are Global Configuration Variables are Driver Scope and that are specific to the tree structure within the Connected Application. Normally, these would normally not need edited unless the connected system structure changes. Typical entries we commonly use:
display-namenamevalue
User Containerdrv.dit.data.users
Active Users Containerdrv.dit.data.users.active
Terminated Users Containerdrv.dit.data.users.terminated

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