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Does the RadiantOne VDS have the Capability to Join Entries across Multiple Heterogeneous Sources?

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Does the RadiantOne VDS have the Capability to Join Entries across Multiple Heterogeneous Sources?

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Yes! Any object in a virtual tree can be joined with another object based on the value of some common attribute or by its address (in the form of a DN). If the objects have a common attribute value, then an “attribute matching” join would be configured in the Directory View Designer tool. A DN (an address) that is a reference to the object can also be used to base the join on (“virtual reference chasing” join). The screen shot below depicts where the join is configured. Many different joins can be configured for each virtual node. See diagrams 10.1 and 10.2 below as examples. Diagram 10.1: Example of Attribute Matching Join VIRTUAL REFERENCE CHASING JOIN: Diagram 10.2: Virtual Reference Chasing Join The value of a virtual entry can also be transformed by a rule defined in an interception script. Interception scripts (written in Java) can be used to override the default functionality of the virtual directory.

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Yes! Any object in a virtual tree can be joined with another object based on the value of some common attribute or by its address (in the form of a DN). If the objects have a common attribute value, then an “attribute matching” join would be configured in the Directory View Designer tool. A DN (an address) that is a reference to the object can also be used to base the join on (“virtual reference chasing” join). The screen shot below depicts where the join is configured. Many different joins can be configured for each virtual node. See diagrams 10.1 and 10.2 below as examples. Diagram 10.1: Example of Attribute Matching Join VIRTUAL REFERENCE CHASING JOIN: Diagram 10.2: Virtual Reference Chasing Join The value of a virtual entry can also be transformed by a rule defined in an interception script. Interception scripts (written in Java) can be used to override the default functionality of the virtual directory. This opens up the virtual directory and allows for easily customizing the Auth

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