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Identity Manager 9.2 - Administration Guide for Connecting to Native Databases through Database Systems Integration Module

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Mapping sets and object types

Mapping sets and object types

The Oracle database template has the following mapping sets:

  • Tablespace: Logical storage units that store data of all the databases.
  • Users: Users of the database.
  • Roles: Provides database security at a basic level.
  • Profile: A collection of parameters that set limits on the database resources.
  • RoleInRole: Role membership.

  • UserInRoles: User role membership.
  • UserHasTablespace: Permanent tablespace assigned to users.

  • UserHasTempTablespace: Temporary tablespace assigned to users.

    NOTE: Before updating the default mapping sets, you should save the backup of the One Identity Manager database.

Mapping object types between Oracle database and One Identity Manager tables

The following table describes how to map object types in the Oracle database to the corresponding UNS tables in One Identity Manager.

Table 1: Mapping table for Oracle object types

Mapping set name

Oracle objects One Identity Manager table





sys.dba_users UNSAccountB





sys.dba_profiles UNSContainerB


sys.dba_role_privs (GROUPINGROUP) UNSGroupBInUNSGroupB


sys.dba_role_privs (USERINROLE)

UNSAccountBInUNSGroupB (effective assignments)



UNSAccountBHasUNSItemB (Tablespace)



UNSAccountBHasUNSItemB (Temporary Tablespace)

Initializing synchronization

Initializing synchronization

Initial synchronization initializes the One Identity Manager tables with the Oracle data. Oracle users, roles, tablespaces, user role membership, and role membership are synchronized into the One Identity Manager tables.

To run the initial synchronization

  1. In the Synchronization Editor, open the synchronization project.
  2. In the Navigation pane, select Start up Configurations.
  3. Click Execute.
  4. Confirm the security prompt with Yes.

    The synchronization workflow is completed successfully. The synchronized objects can be viewed in the Manager.

Provisioning workflow

Provisioning workflow

The Provisioning workflow is used to create, update, update role membership, and delete Oracle users.

Creating an Oracle user

Creating an Oracle user

The following procedure describes how to create Oracle users on the Oracle database.

To create an Oracle user
  1. Open the Manager.
  2. Navigate to Custom target systems | <required target system root> | User accounts. To view the target system name, expand the required target system root.
  3. Click Add.
  4. Provide the relevant information for the new user.

    NOTE: The Login name for the user must be unique.

  5. Provide a password in the Password text field. If not provided, the value from the DefaultUserPassword variable is used.
  1. Click Save.

    The user is provisioned in the Oracle Database.

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