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Identity Manager Data Governance Edition 8.0 - Technical Insight Guide

Introduction Data Governance Edition Network Communications Data Governance service Data Governance agents Resource activity collection in Data Governance Edition QAM module tables Configurable configuration file settings
Data Governance service configuration file settings Data Governance agent configuration file settings
Configurable registry settings PowerShell commands
Adding the PowerShell snap-ins Finding component IDs Data Governance Edition deployment Service account management Managed domain deployment Agent deployment Managed host deployment Account access management Resource access management Governed data management Classification management
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Oracle deployment: One Identity Manager database (Q1IMDBPlatformOracle)

Oracle deployment: One Identity Manager database (Q1IMDBPlatformOracle)

This key defines the database system, SQL Server or Oracle Database, being used for the One Identity Manager database. This setting is used by the ManagementServer internal service that manages the core Data Governance service dependencies.

NOTE: If you are using an Oracle database for the One Identity Manager database, create this registry key on the computer where the Data Governance service is to be installed. Once this key and the QDGDBPlatformOracle key are created and set to 1, use the Data Governance Configuration wizard to deploy the Data Governance service and create the Resource Activity database.
Table 91: Registry setting: Q1IMDBPlatformOracle
Location Registry
Path HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\One Identity\Broadway\Server
Value name

Q1IMDBPlatformOracle

Value type REG_DWORD
Value

Valid values:

  • 0: Use SQL server database (default)
  • 1: Use Oracle database
Note If using an Oracle deployment, create the key and set the value to 1.

Write default managed group template data to database (ResourceTemplateDefaultData)

Write default managed resource data to database (ResourceTemplateDefaultData)

This key indicates whether the default managed resource data defined in Data Governance Edition is written to the One Identity Manager database This includes the following default data about a managed resource:

  • Managed group templates
  • Name pattern resolvers
  • Server selection scripts
  • Managed resource type (that is, Simple Share)
  • Type group permissions
  • Managed resource functions

For more information on the managed resources, see the One Identity Manager Data Governance Edition IT Shop Resource Access Requests User Guide.

NOTE: This registry value is checked on Data Governance service startup and if not present or if its value is set to 0, Data Governance Edition writes the default managed resource data into the One Identity Manager database and sets the registry value. When this value is set to 1, this indicates that the default managed resource data is already stored in One Identity Manager database and should not be overwritten on service startup.
Table 92: Registry setting: ResourceTemplateDefaultData
Location Registry
Path

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\One Identity\Broadway\Server

Value name ResourceTemplateDefaultData
Value type REG_DWORD
Value

Valid values:

  • 0: Write the default managed resource data into the One Identity Manager database.
  • 1: Default template data is already stored in the One Identity Manager database: do not overwrite on Data Governance service startup.
Notes

If you delete the default managed resource data in your Data Governance Edition deployment and replace it with a new managed resources, you must move or set this registry key if you move the Data Governance service to another machine. When you move the Data Governance service to another machine, before starting the Data Governance service ensure that this registry key is set (value is set to 1); otherwise, the Data Governance service will reload any previously deleted template data that was inserted when the Data Governance service was initially started (on the first machine).

If you modify the default managed resource data in your Data Governance Edition deployment, the data is retained if you move the Data Governance service to another machine.

Agent start/stop timeout (StartStopServiceTimeout)

Agent start/stop timeout (StartStopServiceTimeout)

Create this registry key on the Data Governance server to specify the amount of time (in seconds) to wait for an agent service to start or stop before timing out.

Table 93: Registry setting: StartStopServiceTimeout
Location Registry
Path

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\One Identity\Broadway\Server\AgentDeployment

NOTE: The AgentDeployment subkey does not exist by default and will need to be created.
Value name StartStopServiceTimeout
Value type REG_DWORD
Value

Maximum amount of time, in seconds, before an agent start/stop times out.

NOTE: The default is 300 seconds.
Note

During an agent uninstall, the Data Governance server sends a command to stop the agent service and then waits for the service to stop. If the agent service takes a long time to shut down, the unistall fails. To solve this, the timeout value for the agent service stop can be increased using this registry key setting.

In addition, if you modify the timeout value here, you should also update the RemoteExecutor.WaitResultTimeout configuration setting to the same value. For more information, see RemoteExecutor.WaitResultTimeout.

WCF timeouts (wcfTimeoutInMinutes)

WCF timeouts (wcfTimeoutInMinutes)

Create the following registry key on the client computer where the Manager is installed to specify the maximum amount of time it should take a WCF command to complete before it times out. The Data Governance service will disconnect from the Manager client if the server does not receive any contact or messages within the allotted time.

Table 94: Registry setting: wcfTimeoutInMinutes
Location Registry
Path HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\One Identity\Broadway\Client
Value name wcfTimeoutInMinutes
Value type DWORD
Value

Maximum amount of time, in minutes, for WCF commands to complete before timing out.

Default: 5 minutes

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