Use of MPS in future versions

Jun 12, 2008 at 3:21 PM
Use of MPS requires an SLA with MS. A lot of folks do not have that. While it looks good, for anyone without it, this project will lose some traction. At the very least, this should be provider based, so that you can still provision "the old fashioned way".
Coordinator
Jun 12, 2008 at 3:55 PM


ccyvas wrote:
Use of MPS requires an SLA with MS. A lot of folks do not have that. While it looks good, for anyone without it, this project will lose some traction. At the very least, this should be provider based, so that you can still provision "the old fashioned way".


MPS is not a pre-requisite, it was done as a "proof of concept" mainly.  Provisioning in LitewareHR is done in 1 place, so it should be simple to replace with your own.

The built-in, default provisioning is done "manually" using various APIs (for DirectoryServices, IIS, etc). Check: ProvisioningLogic.cs in the  project LitwareHR.Portfolio.Services
Jun 12, 2008 at 4:34 PM
Ok, as long as we maintain access to the ProvisioningLogic.cs and it's doing things "manually" then things should be good.
Coordinator
Jun 16, 2008 at 6:46 PM


ccyvas wrote:
Ok, as long as we maintain access to the ProvisioningLogic.cs and it's doing things "manually" then things should be good.


Here's a short article I wrote long ago about this topic: Notes on Provisioning - LitwareHR example