Friday, 17 July 2015

FIM2010: Writing Advanced Attribute Flows


Once in a while you will come across very complex business requirements while implementing FIM in a large environment. These requirements often require a classic architecture (with VB or C# extensions), but can create very messy code that is hard to maintain. This article does not start another discussion on whether or not you should (try to) use 100% declarative (codeless) or a classic architecture when implementing such large scenarios. A good article on this topic: codeless architecture and when you are not able to use declarative configuration. Instead, this article will focus on how you should implement a proper classic architecture, in a way that is performant, readable, agile and easy to maintain.