|Installed Module:||Report Subscription Module|
Use this task to add subscribable reports to an SAP product. If you assign the SAP product to employees, the subscribable reports contained in the SAP product are inherited by the employees.
|NOTE: Subscribable reports with the option Only use in IT Shop set, can only be assigned to SAP products that also have this option set.|
To assign subscribable reports to an SAP product
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Remove subscribable reports in Remove assignments.
Extended properties are meta objects that cannot be mapped directly in the One Identity Manager, for example, operating codes, cost codes or cost accounting areas.
To specify extended properties for an SAP product
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Remove extended properties from Remove assignments.
|Configuration parameter||Active Meaning|
|QER\Structures\ExcludeStructures||Preprocessor relevant configuration parameter for controlling the model parts that specify conflicts between roles. Changes to the parameter require recompiling the database.
If the parameter is set, you can specify which roles are mutually exclusive.
It is possible that employees may not own certain groups, roles and profiles at the same time. To avoid this, you can assign mutually exclusive groups, roles and profiles to different SAP products. Define these SAP products afterward as conflicting system roles. This means that conflicting system roles can be grouped together into a system role.
|NOTE: Only SAP products, which are defined directly as conflicting system roles cannot be assigned to the same employee. Definitions made on parent or child SAP products do not affect the assignment.|
To implement conflicting system roles
To define conflicting system roles
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Double-click on the system roles in Remove assignments which are no longer excluded.
User account license information can be mapped in One Identity Manager. An employee can have several user accounts which belong to different clients and systems. The employee's most significant user account is required for system measurement. This user account is determined as a chargeable user account by system measurement. One Identity Manager calculates user account ratings from the licenses assigned.
The employee's most significant user account is automatically determined from all user accounts not managed though CUACentral user administration.. CUA user accounts are mapped in the license information in One Identity Manager and can be edited. The most significant user account is not, however, determined automatically.
System measurement data is supplied in One Identity Manager. The actual measurement takes place in the target system.
To make system measurement data available
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One Identity Manager calculates the most significant user account license from the licenses entered.
The calculated licenses are transferred to the active licenses. Active licenses are published in the target system. System measurement can be carried out there.