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Thanks for this, very useful. Do you have more details of the PowerShell objects in the Utils.dll on the IQ Service? would be good to know what functions and objects are exposed for the AD ConnectorBeforeModify Rule for instance.
The snippets provided in the docs are ok, but are limited.
This is great and very appreciated! As for missing classes, in the stock SDIM “beforeProvisioning” rule there are imports for “SailPoint.object.IntegrationConfig”. I’d love if information on this class could be added to the Javadoc as well.
Hey Rodrigo, welcome to the developer community and great point! We’ve had users writing Rules for years, so our first goal was to get the necessary Java Docs out ASAP so they were no longer flying blind.
Next step is to write more docs around writing Rules. Have you checked out our Rules docs that we have so far?
Anything you might hope to see in our next iteration of Rules docs?
I’ve read it many times and it was helpful with the examples also, but if its hard still today with some experience, the first impact was not good at all. I did not now what was possible to do with it(still don’t, but have to read this new doc) and what worked and what not for different connectors.
I still have problems with the logging of the rules, how to make some prints so I can guaranty that I’m using the variable I need and debug.