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Identity Manager 8.0 - Configuration Guide

One Identity Manager Software Architecture Working with the Designer Customizing the One Identity Manager Default Configuration Checking Data Consistency Compiling a One Identity Manager Database Working with Change Labels Basic System Configuration Data
One Identity Manager Authentication Module Database Connection Data Configuration Parameters for System Configuration Setting up the Mail Notification System Enabling More Languages for Displaying and Maintaining Data Displaying Country Information Setting Up and Configuring Schedules Password Policies in One Identity Manager Reloading Changes Dynamically TimeTrace Databases Machine Roles and Server Functions Files for Software Update Operating Systems in Use System Configuration Reports Using Predefined Database Queries Managing Custom Database Objects within a Database
The One Identity Manager Data Model Granting One Identity Manager Schema Permissions Working with the User Interface
Object definitions for the User Interface User Interface Navigation Forms for the User Interface Statistics in the One Identity Manager Extending the Launchpad Task Definitions for the User Interface Applications for Configuring the User Interface Icons and Images for Configuring the User Interface Language Dependent Data Representation
Process Orchestration in One Identity Manager
Declaring the Job Server One Identity Manager Service Configuration Handling Processes in the One Identity Manager
Tracking Changes with Process Monitoring Conditional Compilation using Preprocessor Conditions One Identity Manager Scripts Maintaining Mail Templates Reports in the One Identity Manager Custom schema extensions Transporting One Identity Manager Schema Customizations Importing Data Web Service Integration SOAP Web Service One Identity Manager as SPML Provisioning Service Provider Searching for Errors in the One Identity Manager Processing DBQueue Tasks One Identity Manager Configuration Files

Column Configuration

You can specify which columns will be displayed in each of the program's views.

To specify which columns to display

  • Select a node in the hierarchical display and select Configure columns from the context menu.

    Select the columns you want to display by moving through the list and accepting with the arrow buttons, then change the order in which they are displayed.

To change the width of the columns on display

  • The column is adjusted to the optimal size by double-clicking on the column sizing bar.
  • You can optimize the size of all columns at once by double-clicking on the column delimiter whilst holding down the Shift key.

Job Queue Info Views

Job Queue Info Views

The Job Queue Info has several views for displaying and editing processes and process steps in the Job queue.

Table 347: Job Queue Info Views
View Description

Job queue

This view shows the contents of the Job queue grouped by processes. In the first level of the hierarchy, all the processes are shown with a process count. If a process node is opened, all the processes are shown with start times. The complete process with its hierarchy is displayed under a process node. Each process step contains its success and failure branches as sub elements.

Job server

This view shows the Job queue contents sorted by executing servers. At the first hierarchy level, all Job servers are displayed, with their counts of the different processes, that exist in the Job queue for the Job server. If a Job server node is opened, the process tasks are listed and the number of process step per process task is shown. The process steps are listed by start time under the process task node.

Process History

The shows the contents of the table JobHistory. The course of the process execution is displayed by sorted processes. You can limit the list of processes in the process history to only processes with errors in the program settings. If you select a failed process step, the entire error message is shown in a tooltip.

Base objects

The process history entries and the current job queue entries are summarized here in this view for the object being processed. If an error occurs during processing which stops process handling (execution state "Frozen" or "Overlimit"), you can use this view to analyze the processing flow up until this point. Once all processes have been successfully handled for this object the error messages are removed from the view.

Process

This view gives an overview of how process steps are linked within a process. In this way, the execution sequence of individual process steps for large processes can be monitored better. After selecting a process, all its process steps are displayed.

Process step

In this view detailed information is displayed for each process step. The view shows the data structure for a process step at compilation time. After selecting a process step, specific information from the Job queue is mapped as well as each parameter of the selected process step with its values.

Parameters

After selecting a process step, the passing parameters of the process step are displayed with their names and their values. If the selected node does not represent a process step, the parameter view is cleared.

Progress

This view displays the number of entries in the Job queue is queried. The current value is represented by a number and inserted, at the same time, into a bar graph. The process step progress state is shown in different colors.

Server state

This view gives you a faster overview of all the Job servers and Web servers available in the network.

DBQueue

Calculation tasks in the table DialogDBQueue used for DBQueue Processor processing are displayed in this view. The number, sort order and name of the queued requests are displayed.

Database journal

Displays entries in the database journal.

Monitoring Process Execution

To monitor the process information

  • Select the Job queue or Base objects process and select Monitor process in the context menu.

    The process information is updated regularly.

In order to improve the overview, the execution progress of a process step is mirrored in the color of the text.

Table 348: Job Queue Display - Meaning of the Colors
Color Meaning Execution state
Orange This process step is being processed. Processing
Yellow This process step is loaded for processing. Loaded
Green This process step is ready for processing. True
Blue This process step has already been processed. Finished
Black This process step is not ready for processing. False
Red The process step being dealt with cannot be processed. You can re-enable process steps with a progress state of "Frozen" and therefore present them again for processing. The error message is shown in a tooltip. Frozen

Purple

The process step being dealt with cannot be processed. You can re-enable process steps with a progress state of "Overlimit" and therefore present them again for processing. The error message is shown in a tooltip.

Overlimit

Light purple

The process step cannot be found.

Missing

TIP: Use CTRL + F2 you can mark process steps with a bookmark. Use F2 or SHIFT + F2 can swap between the marked process steps.

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Displaying Details of Process Handling

This view gives an overview of how process steps are linked within a process. In this way, the execution sequence of individual process steps for large processes can be monitored better.

To display details of the process handling

  • Select a process and select View | Process from the menu.

    All the process steps of the selected process are displayed.

The process step and its properties are displayed through a special control element. The process step name is displayed in the control's header. The progress state of the process step is clarified by the use of a color icon (). All other entries represent the parameters for this process step. You can hide or show the parameter list by clicking on the icon in the header of the control element.

Figure 58: The Process View

Each control element entry has a tooltip.

The process step's tooltip displays the following information:

  • Name of the executing queue
  • Name of the process component
  • Name of the process task name
  • Execution state
  • Start time of the process step
  • Error Message

A parameter's tooltip show the following information:

  • Parameter name
  • Parameter value
Table 349: Displaying Process's Process Steps - Meaning of the Colors
Color Meaning Execution state
Orange This process step is being processed. Processing
Yellow This process step is loaded for processing. Loaded
Green This process step is ready for processing. True
Blue This process step has already been processed. Finished
Black This process step is not ready for processing. False
Red The process step being dealt with cannot be processed. You can re-enable process steps with a progress state of "Frozen" and "Over limit" and therefore present them again for processing. Frozen/Overlimit/unknown
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