IBM® Security Identity Adapters
Development and Customization
December 15, 2016
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Welcome to the IBM Security Identity Adapters Development and Customization.
IBM Security Identity Adapters Development and Customization package provides a method to customize and/or develop new custom adapters.
and agree to the terms of the IBM Security Identity License prior to using this
product. The license can be viewed from the “license” folder included in
the product package.
This folder contains the IBM Security Identity License. Review and agree to the terms of the IBM Security Identity License prior to using this product. The license can be viewed from the “license” folder included in the product package.
This is the main folder to launch the development and customization guide. This folder contains all the topics needed to develop an adapter for IGI, ISIM and PIM. Navigate to the “Custom Adapters” folder and launch the Index.html file to view your options.
This folder contains the previous version of the Adapters Development guide for reference only. The contents of the guide are pre-IGI 5.2.2 and may contain information that is no longer valid. It is included here for reference purposes only.
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