I know that the idea is to move to a faster, easier to update wiki.
However for those that have used this longer, quick reference guides would be useful.
Two that i think many would appreciate are Agent Parameters and Logging.
Logging was started here: https://communities.ca.com/message/101076393#101076393
For Agent Parameters, i was thinking you could look at the listing at the end of the regular documents and improve upon that.
a simple chart similar to below
|Parameter Name||Agent Types||Where to Set||Quick Definition|
|Agent Configuration Object||Allows the Web Agent to accept session (SMSESSION) cookies created by third-party (non-CA SiteMinder®) Web Agents. Third-party agents generate and read SMSESSION cookies using the CA SiteMinder® SDK|
Specifies the number of seconds that the agent waits for the Low-level agent Worker process (LLAWP) to become available. When the interval expires, the agent tries to connect to the Policy Server.
Setting this parameter can help to resolve agent start-up errors that are related to the LLAWP connections. We recommend starting with the default value and then increasing the interval 5 seconds each time until the agent starts successfully.
|AppendIISServerLog||IIS||Agent Configuration Object||Instructs the agent to add the authenticated user name and CA SiteMinder® transaction ID to the cs-uri-query field of the IIS server log. For URLs containing query strings, commas separate the query string, CA SiteMinder® transaction ID, and username in the cs-uri-query field of the IIS server log|
|AssertByUserId||WebSphere||Agent Configuration Object||Determines whether the SiteMinder Agent asserts a userDN or a simple user name to WebSphere, a propagation that WebSphere uses to answer J2EE programmatic calls. (This value therefore impacts user mapping and J2EE RunAs identity)|
Again, that chart is a sample idea. something to get your thought jump started on what long time users need rather than the new people.
With the quick reference guide, you would be able to remove the parameter listing from each guide and simply point to the quick reference guide for a listing summary
Traditional obviously means all traditional agents (i believe that might just be Domino at this point)
Framework obviously meaning it's common to all framework agents (IIS 6.x, IIS 7.x, IIS 8.x, Apache 2.0.x, Apache 2.2.x, Apache 2.4.x, SunOne/Oracle Java Web Server)