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Identity Manager 9.2 - Operational Guide

About this guide Simulating data changes in the Manager Scheduling operations activation times Re-applying templates Exporting data with the Manager Analyzing data and data changes Analyzing process monitoring in the Manager Schedules in One Identity Manager Mail templates in One Identity Manager Password policies in One Identity Manager Working with change labels Checking data consistency Compiling a One Identity Manager database Transporting custom changes Importing data with the Data Import Importing and exporting individual files for the software update Creating a One Identity Manager database for test or development from a database backup Initializing DBQueue Processor the after extending the server hardware Command line programs

Release management

You can combine several change labels into one release. There is a report that provides you with an overview of the changes in a release.

To combine change labels into one release

  1. In the Designer, select the Base data > General > Release management category.

  2. Select the Object > New menu item.

  3. In the edit view, enter a minimum of the following information in the edit view of the Properties tab.

    • Change label: Enter the name of the change label.

    • Label type: Select the Release type.

  4. In the edit view, select the Change label tab and assign the change labels you want to combine into one release.

To display a report about a release

  1. In the Designer, select the Basic data > General > Release management > <name of release> category.

  2. Select the Show report task.

    This opens the Change management release overview report.

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Checking data consistency

The consistency check provides different tests for analyzing data objects and to ascertain the current state of their data. In addition to predefined tests, you can define your own tests and, if necessary, run a repair.

You should run a consistency check at regular intervals, as well as after significant changes to the system configuration.

You can run consistency checks in the Manager and in the Designer. The following special cases apply:

  • Database tests are run in their entirety in the Manager and the Designer.

  • Table tests and object tests in the Manager check the application model data.

  • Table tests and object tests in the Designer check the data of the system data model.

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Notes on the consistency check

  • It is recommended to run consistency checks with an administrative user.

    Not all consistency checks are available for end users and configuration users.

  • To use the Consistency Editor, users require the Common_ConsistencyCheck program function.

  • To use the repair function in the Consistency Editor, users require the Common_ConsistencyCheck_Repair program function.

  • Consistency checks of type Object test are always run in the context of the user currently logged in. If users do not have any permissions for a certain object, errors may not be identified or repairing errors may fail.

Running consistency checks

To run a consistency check

  1. in the Designer or the Manager, start the Consistency Editor with the Database > Check data consistency menu item.

    During start up, One Identity Manager schema table definitions are loaded and database objects are made available for testing.

  2. Specify the test settings.

    1. In the Consistency Editor toolbar, click .

    2. Enable the test that is to be run and adjust the test settings further if necessary.

    3. Click OK.

    NOTE: In the Designer, the test settings dialog opens immediately after the Consistency Editor is started.

  3. Start the consistency check. The following test procedures are available in the Consistency Editor for this:

    • Checking all test objects

      Use the button to start the check.

      NOTE: To exclude individual test objects from the check, use the Disable item in the context menu to disable these test objects in the list view before the check starts.

    • Checking single test objects

      In the list view, select the relevant test objects and start this check by selecting Test.

      TIP: Use Shift + select or Ctrl + select to select more than one test object to be checked.

    NOTE: To stop a check that is in progress, click in the Consistency Editor toolbar.

  4. Verify error output.

  5. Repair errors if necessary.

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