OpenIDM – Premium Connectors ?

This topic has 6 replies, 3 voices, and was last updated 6 years, 5 months ago by Bill Nelson.

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  • #6901
     ipulkit
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    I need an exhaustive list of connectors available (but not documented) with the latest build of OpenIDM/ICF. This would give me a broader view and help me suggest Open IDM as a solution to prospects.

    • This topic was modified 6 years, 5 months ago by ipulkit.
    #6905
     Bill Nelson
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    The OOTB connectors can be found in the openidm/connectors folder in your installation. They include: CSV File, JDBC, Google Apps, Groovy, LDAP, and XML File.

    There is also an AD Connector and PowerShell Connector that you can download from backstage.

    Finally, I know that there are other connectors that are available from third parties or even developed by ForgeRock (i.e. RACF and TSS), but I am not aware of where a comprehensive list might exist of these. I can tell you that the scripted SQL and scripted Groovy connectors are kind of the Swiss army knives of the connector realm.

    It might be easier if you specify the connectors you are looking for and allow FR to come back and say, ‘yeah, we got that’ or tell you where you can get it.

    #6911
     praveenalla
    Participant

    Is there a connector in OpenIDM to connect to a SOAP web service ?
    I want to synchronize data from OpenIDM repo to another system using their SOAP web service.

    #6912
     ipulkit
    Participant

    Certainly not out of the box. We need someone from FR to help us out on this.

    #6917
     Bill Nelson
    Participant

    No, there is not a connector in OpenIDM to communicate directly with SOAP web services. To accomplish this, I would suggest using the scripted connector (either JavaScript or Groovy) and write your own using one of the available JavaScript or Groovy libraries for SOAP web services.

    I am currently working on a project where this will most likely be the direction we will take as we also need to integrate into SOAP web services.

    #6920
     ipulkit
    Participant

    This is a great work around ! Thanks for enlightening us Bill.

    #6924
     Bill Nelson
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    No problem and good luck in your evaluation.

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