Delta processing mode allows you to more quickly synchronize identities by processing only the data that has changed in the source and target connected systems since their last synchronization.
Both the full mode and the delta mode provide you with the flexibility of choosing the appropriate method for your synchronization tasks.
|IMPORTANT: The delta processing mode is not supported for some data systems. For more information, see the Quick Start Guide supplied with the Quick Connect package you use. For more information about available Quick Connect packages, please visit www.quest.com/activeroles-server/quickconnect-connectedsystems.aspx.|
One Identity Quick Connect Sync Engine allows you to ensure that group membership information is in sync in all connected data systems. For example, when provisioning a group object from an Active Directory domain to an AD LDS (ADAM) instance, you can configure rules to synchronize the Member attribute from the Active Directory domain to the AD LDS (ADAM) instance.
The Management Shell component of One Identity Quick Connect Sync Engine is an automation and scripting shell that provides a command-line management interface for synchronizing data between connected systems via the Quick Connect Service.
The Management Shell is implemented as a Windows PowerShell snap-in extending the standard Windows PowerShell functionality. The cmdlets provided by the Management Shell conform to the Windows PowerShell standards and are fully compatible with the default command-line tools that come with Windows PowerShell.
The Management Shell lets administrators perform attribute or password synchronization operations by using Windows PowerShell scripts. For example, you can compose and run a Windows PowerShell script that assigns values to the target object attributes using the values of the source object attributes. For more information, see Appendices.
With One Identity Quick Connect Sync Engine, you can create and configure synchronization rules to generate values of target object attributes. These rules support the following types of synchronization: