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Identity Manager 9.2 - Operational Guide

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Specifying connection variables

Connection variables are set when the import is run immediately and are also added to the generated import script. You can use the variables in customized processes or templates that are run after importing.

To define a connection variable in the Data Import

  1. Click the button on the Connection variables page.

  2. Click the Name entry and enter the variable name

  3. Click the Value entry and enter the value of the variables.

To delete a connection variable in the Data Import

  • Click the button on the Connection variables page.

Importing the data

The following methods are available to you to import data:

  • Start the data import manually in the Data Import. The data records that are processed during import are logged.

  • To run data imports on a regular basis, create an import script.

    You can use the import script in custom processes, for example. To create custom processes to run the import, use the DataImport process task of the ScriptComponent process component.

    For more information about creating and editing processes, see the One Identity Manager Configuration Guide.

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Start import immediately

To start the import immediately in the Data Import

  1. In Data Import, on the Saving the import definition page, set the Import data option.

  2. To start the import, click Next.

    After importing has finished the processing result are displayed. If errors occur during the importing process you can view them with Show.

    TIP: Save the import log using the Save log as file context menu item.

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Creating import scripts

NOTE: The import script is stored in the One Identity Manager database. To transfer import scripts to the database, users required the DataImport_CreateScript program function.

To create an import script

  1. In Data Import, on the Saving the import definition page, enable the Create import script option.

  2. Enter a name for the import script in Import script name.

    Only the VB name are permitted. If a character is not permitted, the field is highlighted in red.

  3. Select a change label in Add script to tag. Use the ... button to create a new change label.

  4. To create the import script, click Next.

  5. Compile the script library after saving the script. Click Yes to start the compiler.

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