There are four basic types of synchronization of which reconciliation is one type.
Implicit Sync – changes made to managed objects are sent to external resources based on configured mappings Reconciliation – a **full** comparison is made between a mapping source and a mapping target and differences are processed. LiveSync – change events are discovered on an external source and processed by OpenIDM (requires a method of detecting the changes – i.e. change log or timestamp) Password Sync – a plugin in opendj or ad discovers a password change and sends it back to OpenIDM for processing and further propagation
There is an entire chapter on this in the OpenIDM Integrator’s Guide.
This reply was modified 2 years, 5 months ago by Bill Nelson.