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CSF Configuration

Connected Services Framework
The CSF connectors are highly configurable - this is permits a great deal of flexibility in deploying the CSF connectors, but there is a learning curve!

Here is an alphabetical list of the CSF configuration files covered in this section:

Configuration File Description

ADListObjectMode.vbs

Used for CSF Identity Manager connector setup

Common.config

Used by every CSF connector. Location determined by Web.config. There may be a single Common.config, or multiple copies. A single Common.config is recommended.

CreateCsfAdminOU.vbs

Used for CSF Identity Manager connector setup

CreateOperatorOU.vbs

Used for CSF Identity Manager connector setup

CustomerSettings.xml

CSF Identity Manager connector runtime configuration, if specified in OrgCreateMaster.config

EnterpriseInstrumentation.config

The Enterprise Instrumentation Framework (EIF) configuration file, whose location is specified in Web.config.

IdentityManager.config

The CSF Identity Manager connector configuration file.

OrgCreateMaster.xml

CSF Identity Manager connector runtime configuration, points to CustomerSettings.xml, PartnerSettings.xml, and ReseelerSettings.xml, if appropriate.

PartnerSettings.xml

CSF Identity Manager connector runtime configuration, if specified in OrgCreateMaster.config

PolicyCache.config

WSE security settings

ProfileManager.config

CSF Profile Manager connector configuration settings.

ResellerSettings.xml

CSF Identity Manager connector runtime configuration, if specified in OrgCreateMaster.config

ServiceCatalog.config

CSF Service Catalog connector configuration settings.

Session.config

CSF Session connector configuration settings.

VasPolicyCache.config

Default location of <policyDocument> tags for each participant service.

VasServicesPolicyConfigurationData.config

List of all participant services and the files that contain their <policyDocument> tags. Usually this is the VasPolicyCache.config file.

Web.config

Each connector should have a separate Web.config.

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