WARNING: Data may be lost through inconsistencies.
If you select manual provisioning, you must ensure that changes from the One Identity Manager database are transferred quickly to the cloud application using suitable manual processes.
Ensure that data between the cloud application and the One Identity Manager database is synchronized regularly and quickly. To do this, set up synchronization through the SCIM connector. If this is not possible, you can synchronize using the CSV connector.
Manual provisioning permissions are configured in the cloud application. Pending manual provisioning processes for this cloud application are displayed in the Web Portal. Operators can transfer pending changes to cloud application using this overview and then mark them as done. Auditors can check pending and completed provisioning processes in the Web Portal.
To configure manual provisioning
||TIP: You can also specify operators for individual containers. For more information, see Container structures in a cloud application.|
For more detailed information about synchronizing using the CSV connector, see the One Identity Manager CSV Connector User Guide.
You can use the Web Portal to display pending manual provisioning processes for cloud applications. Operators can transfer pending changes to cloud application using this overview and then mark them as done. Auditors can check pending and completed provisioning processes in the Web Portal.
Users can view or manage their entitlements, provisioning processes in the Web Portal, depending on which application roles they own. For more information, see One Identity Manager users for managing cloud applications.
To log into the Web Portal
By default the URL is http: //<server name>/<application name>, where <server name> is the computer on which the Web Portal is installed.
For more detailed information on login languages, see the One Identity Manager Web Portal User Guide in the Web Portal.
If you are an operator, you can edit pending provisioning processes in the Web Portal. A provisioning process is a work order for an operator to carry out an operation on a target system. There are the following target objects
|NOTE: Administrators can also carry out pending provisioning processes.|
The processes displayed in descending order by date with object names and a description of the operation in Pending cloud operations. The operation type is displayed in Operation in the detailed information about the marked process. There are the following operation types.
|New object||Create a new object.|
|Change||Set a value in the target system.|
|Deletion||Delete an object.|
Detailed instructions are given in the operation detail for every requested operation labeled with . If several pending processes exist for one target object, you handle the processes in the order in which they arrived. That means the oldest process must be handled first.
To edit a pending provisioning process
||NOTE: If several operations are list under each other for the pending process marked in the operation detail, edit the first operation.|
This causes the completed provisioning process to disappear from Pending Cloud Operations.
You can view all provisioning processes as administrator. This means, you can see pending and closed processes. You can edit pending processes but you cannot edit failed provisioning processes. For more information, see Editing pending provisioning processes.
To view provisioning processes
This displays pending and closed provisioning processes in descending date order.
To view only provisioning processes.
Handled processes are moved to Cloud Operations.
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