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Creating a Custom YAML file for the Access Control Tool by Diana Henrickson

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In my previous post I talked about how to add service users to the YAML file exported by the AC Tool. But what if you want to do something else that isn’t currently possible without a recompile?
There may be many reasons to create a custom file, the reason I did it was to include my groups’ members in the YAML output so that I can manage group memberships (whenever I choose to).

What is a YAML File
YAML files aren’t as common in JAVA projects. So, for many of us, we just haven’t had much need to use them. Put simply, a YAML file is just a text-indent formatted file. The amount of indention on an entry dictates its placement in the hierarchy.

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