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DirXML event

Overview#

DirXML event is the report of a change in data at the channel input.

DirXML events occur both in the Identity Vault namespace and in the Connected Application. Examples of DirXML event include:

  • Creation of an object
  • Modification of object attribute values
  • Changing of an object's name
  • Movement of an object within the object hierarchy
  • Deletion of an object

A DirXML event coming from the Identity Vault namespace sent over the Subscriber Channel is eventually turned into a DirXML command to be submitted to the DirXML Shim to cause some change in the Connected Application.

A DirXML event coming from the Connected Application sent over the Publisher Channel is eventually turned into a DirXML command to be submitted to the Identity Vault namespace to synchronize the change that occurred in the Connected Application.

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