I have the various WSDL's and there are lots of functions available, but the naming is not sufficiently clear to me, to understand what needs to be called to provision a user.
I want to be able t:
Provision an iFolder account for an existing user in the underlying datastore (I am using IDM for that part).
I want to be able to add them to an iFolder (Say a departmental or group one).
Then deprovision them
I plan to make the calls out of IDM's User App's SOAP integration activity, then I can use it in backend provisioning in IDM with little extra work.
I just need the correct functions to call and the ordering. I know how to make the various calls via the tools I have chosen, and how to test them. I just need to understand the steps needed to succeed at each task. I cannot find this documented anywhere. Point me AT the webservices is not helpful as I have the WSDL's and know how to use the test pages, I just do not understand what is needed for each of my tasks.
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