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Enterprise Single Sign-On 9.0.2 - One Identity Enterprise Access Management Console Administration Guide

Preface Overview Authenticating to EAM Console and Managing Protection Modes Searching the Directory Tree Managing administrators Managing Security Profiles
Managing time slices Managing Password Format Control Policies Managing User Security Profiles Managing Access Point Security Profiles Managing Application Security Profiles Defining Security Profiles Default Values Managing User and Access Point Security Profiles Priorities
Managing directory objects
Managing applications Managing users Managing access points Managing representative objects Managing clusters of access points Selecting a domain controller
Importing/Exporting security profiles and directory objects Managing smart cards Managing SA server devices Managing RFID tokens Managing biometrics Managing Mobile Devices Enabling the public key authentication method Managing Emergency Accesses Managing audit events Managing reports Customizing configuration files Creating scripts Basic syntax of regular expressions Listing audit events and error codes Correspondence between profiles and administration rights Report Models and Parameters List Custom Group Files Format

Basic syntax of regular expressions

Basic syntax of regular expressions

Subject

This section gives you the list of special characters you can use to create regular expressions during the Self Service Password Request configuration. For more details on the Self Service Password Request activation and configuration, see Section Self Service Password Request Tab.

Basic syntax

Character

Description

.

Indicates any character.

[ ]

Defines a character class. Indicates any character inside the brackets. For example, [abc] indicates a string containing an "a", a "b", or a "c".

^

If this character is placed at the beginning of a character class, it forbids the character class. A forbidden character class indicates any character, except the characters inside the brackets (for example; [^abc] indicates any character except "a", "b" and "c").

If this character is placed at the beginning of a regular expression, it indicates the beginning of the string, to delimit it (for example, [^abc] indicates any string beginning with "a", "b" or "c").

-

In a character class, indicates a range of characters. (for example, [0-9] indicates any number between "0" and "9").

?

Applies to the preceding expression: indicates that the preceding expression is optional; it can never appear, or once (for example, [0-9][0-9]? indicates "2" or "12").

+

Applies to the preceding expression: this character indicates that it can appear one or more times (for example, [0-9]+ indicates "1", "12", "444", and so on).

*

Applies to the preceding expression: this character indicates either that it never appears, or several times.

??, +?, *?

As ?, + and *, but increasingly restrictive: indicates as little characters as possible.
Example: consider the following string: "<abc><def>"
<.*?> indicates "<abc>" whereas <.*> indicates "<abc><def>".

( )

Represents a sequence of characters.
Example: (\d+,)*\d+ indicates a comma separated list of numbers (as "1" or "1,23,456").

{ }

Indicates a limit number (for example, abc{2.} indicates "ab" followed by two or more "c").

\

This character permits to interpret the next character literally (for example, [0-9]+ means one or more numbers, whereas [0-9]\+ means one number followed by the "+" character). It is also used for abbreviations (such as \a for any alphanumeric character).

$

If \ is followed by a number n, it means the Nth previous expression (from 0). Example: <{.*?}>.*?</\0> can indicate "<head>Contents</head>".

Note: in C++ literal strings, you must use two backslashes: "\\+", "\\a", "<{.*?}>.*?</\\0>".

$

At the end of a regular expression, this character indicates the end of the string. Example: [0-9]$ indicates a number at the end of a string.

|

OR operator: separates two expressions, indicates one or the other (for example, T|the means "The" or "the").

!

Negation operator: the expression following character ! must not appear in the string. Example: a!b means "a" not followed by "b".

 

Listing audit events and error codes

Subject

The Errors and Events tool delivered with One Identity EAM allows you to list all the encountered audit events and error codes.

The Errors and Events tool allows you to perform the following actions:

  • Get the list of all supported audit events.
  • Get the description associated with a given code.
  • Get the list of all supported error messages.
  • Export the resulting lists (or a part of them) to CSV or XML files.

In this section:

Listing audit events

Listing audit events

Procedure

  1. Click Start/All applications/One Identity EAM/Errors and Events to start the tool.

    NOTE: On the user workstations, this tool is available at the following location:
    %CommonProgramFiles%\One Identity\
    Enterprise Access Management\EssoErrors.exe
  1. Select Audit Events.
    • The audit events list appears.

Window description

The Audit Events area displays the following information:

Interface Element

Description

Cat.

Code corresponding to the category.

Category

Category of the event, which can be:

Admin: administration events.

SSO: events related to user accounts.

Authentication: event related to user authentication on access points and on applications.

System: action automatically performed by the system.

Event

Event code.

Description

Event description.

CSV

Format of the file in which the audit events will be exported.

Separator

Field separator for the CSV file.

Default: "#".

XML

Format of the file in which the audit events will be exported.

Syntax

Syntax of the generated XML file.

You cannot modify the XML syntax.

File path

Path of the output file.

The button allows you to select in a folder an existing file or a default file (ESSO-AuditEvents-en.csv or ESSO-AuditEvents-en.xml).

Export button

To export all or part of the events list to the file in the selected format.

Listing error codes

Listing error codes

Procedure

  1. Click Start/All applications/One Identity EAM/
    Errors and Events to start the tool.

    NOTE: On the user workstations, this tool is available at the following location: %CommonProgramFiles%\One Identity\
    Enterprise Access Management\EssoErrors.exe
  2. Select Error Codes.
    • The error code list appears.

Window description

The Error Codes area displays the following information:

 

Interface Element

Description

Error

Error code.

Description

Error description.

CSV

Format of the file in which the audit events will be exported.

Separator

Field separator for the CSV file.

Default: "#".

XML

Format of the file in which the audit events will be exported.

Syntax

Syntax of the generated XML file.

You cannot modify the XML syntax.

File path

Path of the output file.

The button allows you to select in a folder an existing file or a default file (ESSO-Errors-en.csv or ESSO-Errors-en.xml).

Export button

To export all or part of the events list to the file in the selected format.

Error code

Specific error code you want to find.

Display as a Windows error

To retrieve the error message from the Windows operating system.

 

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