The export date, the export description, database revision and the name of the export file in the source database transport history are recorded when a transport package is created with the Database Transporter.
When you import a transport package with the Database Transporter, the import date and description, the database version and the transport package name are recorded in the transport history of the target database.
To display transport history
Data Import has a program called "One Identity Manager" which provides a simple solution for importing data from other systems. The program supports importing from files and importing directly from other database systems. You can import data immediately. You also have the option to import data from customized processes using the import scripts that are created. The import definition is saved so that you can use it for future data imports.
The steps in the program are as follows:
Two methods are supplied, "Import CSV file" and "Import from database".
The data structure of the import file needs to fulfill the following requirements:
NOTE You can use the Data Import sort options for CSV imports with small data sets.
To import data from CSV files into the One Identity Manager database
NOTE: Leave this field empty if you want to create a new import definition.
Enter the following data to load an import file:
Enter the path for the file that contains the import data. Use the ... button next to text box to browse for the file and open it.
CSV file character encoding. Encoding of the character set is determined from the character set on your workstation when the import file is loaded. Change the setting if the file was created with another character set.
File language for the file. The language is required in order to read local character formats correctly, for example, dates.
If the date and time data is imported, select the time zone for the data. The time zone is required for converting the data to UTC.