On Tue, 29 May 2012 21:06:02 +0000, nathanshaw wrote:

> It is my understanding that when you run the project checker on an
> individual object in Designer, that it will only check that object. The
> User Application: Design Guide says:
>> You can validate provisioning objects individually, by node (such as
>> the directory abstraction layer, a provisioning team, or a separation
>> of duty constraint), or at the User Application driver level. Each node
>> (individual, container-level, or driver-level) has a right-click menu
>> item called Validate.

> Unfortunately, I've never found this to be the case... When I do this
> against a single PRD, for example, I am getting back 28,672 results. Of
> those results, -only 16 are related to the PRD I ran 'Validate' on-.

Yeah, I recently noticed that too. This seems to be better in Designer
4.02, as now I only see validate run against the UA driver itself, not
against the entire project.

David Gersic dgersic_@_niu.edu
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