During this course, you’ll learn how to use the Web Designer tool in Identity Manager. This five-day course has hands-on
activity to help you understand how to configure, customize, and
perform web development for the Identity Manager Standard Web
Portal. Topics include model view controller, label editing, and custom
web project creation.
This class is designed for Architects and Consultants with the need to plan and develop customer specific Standard Web Portal extensions or custom Web Portals. This course is particularly suitable for Implementation Web Developers.
필수 구성 요소
Knowledge and experience with identity management concepts and systems
At least one of the following courses must be completed:
Introduction to Identity Manager Basics
Identity Manager Implementation Certification
Familiarity with .NET architecture and programming is recommended
Overview, Architecture, and Deployment of the Web Portal and the Web Application
Configuration of the Standard Web Portal
Web Portal Development
Welcome to Web Designer - Overview
Model View Controller in Web Designer
Web Designer interfaces
Web Designer Basics
Custom Web Project creation and module selection
Copying, configuring and creating of new modules
Web Portal layout redefinition
Web portal standard layout concept
Customization of layout style information
Web Designer tools and methods
Collections in Web Designer
References in Web Designer
Using request properties
Further technical programming capabilities
Virtual functions in Web Designer
Virtual collections / Additional properties on collections
Update events and (conditional) actions
Looping / iterations in Web Designer
In-depth look into some standard components
Publishing a web application
Install, upgrade and launch new web application on a web server
This course includes lectures, demonstrations, and lab exercises
Available in two formats:
Private, instructor-led class delivered on-site at the customer’s site
Public, instructor-led class (when available) on pre-scheduled dates delivered at a Quest facility.
A minimum number of 6 students are required for this courses and up to 8 students are allowed.
For classes in North America, the typical classroom day runs from 9AM to 5PM on the first four days and from 9AM to 2PM on the last day.
If the minimum number of students for a public training course has not been reached two weeks before the start of the training date, Quest reserves the right to cancel the course.