Recently, I supported two projects that required the use of Oracle Identity Manager Flat File connector. Each project had very different requirements. One project required a disconnected resource and the other, reconciliation of PeopleSoft data. In this blog post I will describe the two problems and how I used the Flat File connector to overcome them.
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