On February 24, 2012 the Kuali Foundation released version 2.0.0 of Kuali Rice. The release included the software and extensive documentation.The term Rice identifies critical infrastructure that is incorporated in the Kuali software products as well as potential use by others in their software applications.
This document was assembled from the various documents. Many were in Acrobat format; others were converted from Web pages and diagram graphics.
The purpose of the collection was to provide a convenient, indexed document that could be searched. Readers should be cautioned the referenced documents are constantly changing and the original sources should be used for precise and current analysis and design.
Because identity management, including authentication and authorization, is critical to Kuali applications and should be an enterprise solution, materials from Kuali Rice Help applying to KIM (Kuali Identity Management) were added as a source for research.
As the KSA project has evolved, a number of documents have been developed to illustrate and support system design and configuration. These documents are being migrated into the Confluence wiki so that they can be maintained and eventually distributed like other Kuali Student project documents. You can access the evolving KSA documentation repository.
This document provides notes from a meeting held between Jerry Neal, Indiana University, assigned to the Kuali Rice KRAD project and Tim Bornholtz, Sigma Systems Inc.’s Kuali Student Accounts project. The purpose of the meeting was to discuss and understand any performance concerns of KRAD and it's use within the KSA product.