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MIIS 2003: Getting Started

Updated: February 18, 2008

Applies To: Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2003 R2, Windows Server 2003 with SP1, Windows Server 2003 with SP2

New to MIIS 2003? The Getting Started documentation includes overviews, system requirements, set-up information, and walkthroughs that help you learn about MIIS 2003.

Getting Started Documentation

  • Getting Started with MIIS 2003 Walkthrough

    This walkthrough discusses the basic steps required to use MIIS 2003 to synchronize data between two data sources. The goal is to present a rudimentary scenario to help new users get acquainted with how data flows through MIIS 2003.

  • Synchronizing Active Directory Objects to SQL Server

    This document includes step-by-step instructions if you want to synchronize objects from Active Directory, such as users and groups, to a SQL Server database.

  • Generating Delta Views Using Snapshots

    In an identity integration solution that includes a management agent for SQL Server, a delta view provides the most recent identity data changes for a delta import operation. It is the responsibility of the solution designer to develop a delta view and processes to provide only the most recent identity data changes. This document discusses one option for generating a delta view that is based on the snapshot approach.

  • Generating Delta Views Using Triggers

    This document discusses generating a delta view that is based on the trigger approach. In case of the SQL Server management agent, a master table contains the most recent state of object data in a SQL database and the changes table contains the most recent object level changes applied to the masters table. By using a well-defined set of triggers on the master tables, you can determine whether a change that is about to be applied to a master table requires to be tracked in the changes table.

  • Synchronizing SQL Server Objects to Active Directory

    This document discusses what you need to do if you want to synchronize objects from an SQL Server database to Active Directory.

  • Developing a File-Based Import Management Agent

    This document provides step-by-step instructions for developing a file-based import component for an extensible connectivity management agent.

  • Developing a File-Based Export Management Agent

    This document provides step-by-step instructions for developing a file-based export component for an extensible connectivity management agent.

  • Developing a Call-Based Export Management Agent

    This document provides step-by-step instructions for developing a call-based export component for an extensible connectivity management agent.

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