Hello again, this is the Azure AD B2C Custom Policies post series.
I started the series with a description of how to begin working with custom policies and showing my favourite way to do this. In short – instead of using any example policies published on the Internet, which may be outdated and not exactly match our requirements, I suggested exporting the existing build in policies after configuring them as closely to requirements as possible. This post will explain how to make this exported content importable back. Because, surprise, it is not.
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Hello again to the Azure AD B2C post series. I’m glad you’re still here!
This posts content covers mainly the general structure of build-in
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policies (and the custom ones, at the point of exporting) as seen in documentation and as in actual exported policies. It is making an introduction to what can be found in policies structure and will serve as a point of reference later in the series.
Welcome again to the Azure AD B2C post series!
In this post I will tell about tools and resources that help (or are essential) while working with custom policies.
However, wanting this post to be as practical as possible I’ll start from tooling which will help in analyzing and moving around in the policy content we exported in ther first post of the series and list valuable resources at the end.
The content we exported in the first post with a little help from browser’s Developer mode and Postman is an XML file. A rather big XML file for that matter, at least when it comes to being handled by a human. Although the sheer size and number of things inside can be a bit intimidating we will try to deal with it part by part, element by element and tools will help us.
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