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Identity Manager 8.0 - Configuration Guide

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Process Orchestration in One Identity Manager
Declaring the Job Server One Identity Manager Service Configuration Handling Processes in the One Identity Manager
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Configuring the One Identity Manager History Database for Archiving

Configuring the One Identity Manager History Database for Archiving

  • Enable the configuration parameter "Common\ProcessState\ExportPolicy" in the Designer and enter the value HDB.
  • Configure the subsections for export and define a retention period.
  • Check the value of the configuration parameter "Common\ProcessState\PackageSizeHDB". This parameter specifies the maximum number of process groups to be transferred to the History Database. The default value is 10000.
  • Configure the One Identity Manager History Database for importing data. For more detailed information, see the .One Identity Manager Data Archiving Administration Guide
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Configuring Archiving with XML Files

  • Enable the configuration parameter "Common\ProcessState\ExportPolicy" in the Designer and enter the value FILE.
  • Configure the subsections for export and define a retention period.
  • Specify a repository for the XML files and the executing server using the configuration parameters "Common\ProcessState\ExportPolicy\ExportPath" and "Common\ProcessState\ExportPolicy\ExportServer".
  • Exporting is carried out at regular intervals by the One Identity Manager Service. Configure and enable the schedule "Export process information" in the Designer.

    Note: A file ProcessInfoExport.log is created in the depository during export. It logs the actions that are executed.

  • Configure the One Identity Manager History Database for importing data. For more detailed information, see the .One Identity Manager Data Archiving Administration Guide

    Alternatively you can load the XML files into another archiving system provided by the company.

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Direct Deletion of Records in the One Identity Manager Database

Direct Deletion of Records in the One Identity Manager Database

If records from a subsection should be kept in the One Identity Manager database for a certain amount of time but are not archived later however, then you have the following options:

  • To exclude subsection from archiving do not configure it for export, but only specify a retention period.
  • To delete all subsections with archiving, specify the retention period. Set the configuration parameter "Common\ProcessState\ExportPolicy" in the Designer and enter the value NONE.

The records are deleted from the DBQueue Processor database by the One Identity Manager when the retention period has ended. In addition, all entries for triggered actions that have no corresponding records in the subsections are deleted.

NOTE: If you do not specify a retention period, the records from the subsection are deleted from the One Identity Manager database during DBQueue Processor daily maintenance tasks.

If there is a large amount of data, you can specify the number of objects to delete per DBQueue Processor operation and run in order to improve performance. You use configuration parameters to make the choice for each subsection.

Table 262: Configuration Parameters for Deleting logged Data Changes
Configuration parameter Meaning

Common\ProcessState\PropertyLog\Delete

This configuration parameter allows configuration of deletion behavior for logged data changes.

Common\ProcessState\PropertyLog\Delete\BulkCount

This configuration parameter contains the number of entries to be deleted in an operation.

Common\ProcessState\PropertyLog\Delete\TotalCount

This configuration parameter the total number of entries to be deleted in one processing run.

Table 263: Configuration Parameters for Deleting Process Information
Configuration parameter Meaning

Common\ProcessState\ProgressView\Delete

This configuration parameter allows configuration of deletion behavior for process information.

Common\ProcessState\ProgressView\Delete\BulkCount

This configuration parameter contains the number of entries to be deleted in an operation.

Common\ProcessState\ProgressView\Delete\TotalCount

This configuration parameter the total number of entries to be deleted in one processing run.

Table 264: Configuration Parameters for Deleting Process History
Configuration parameter Meaning

Common\ProcessState\JobHistory\Delete

This configuration parameter allows configuration of deletion behavior for the process history.

Common\ProcessState\JobHistory\Delete\BulkCount

This configuration parameter contains the number of entries to be deleted in an operation.

Common\ProcessState\JobHistory\Delete\TotalCount

This configuration parameter the total number of entries to be deleted in one processing run.

Table 265: Configuration Parameters for Deleting Process Status Entries
Configuration parameter Meaning

Common\ProcessState\Delete

This configuration parameter allows configuration of deletion behavior for process status entries.

Common\ProcessState\Delete\BulkCount

This configuration parameter contains the number of entries to be deleted in an operation.

Common\ProcessState\Delete\TotalCount

This configuration parameter the total number of entries to be deleted in one processing run.

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Conditional Compilation using Preprocessor Conditions

Conditional compiling of program code is integrated into the One Identity Manager. Conditional compilation allows parts of the program code to be parsed whereas other parts remain untouched.

Conditional compiling has the following advantages:

  • Assemblies are reduced in size
  • System configuration organization
  • Improves clarity for the model and rights
  • Speeds up processing
  • Hides unnecessary data in all VB.Net expressions
  • Hides unnecessary model components

The One Identity Manager conditional compiling is controlled using preprocessor conditions. Preprocessor conditions can be used in:

  • Objects with the property Preprocessor condition.
  • VB.Net expressions

Configuration parameters and their options define the possible preprocessor conditions.

In order to become effective on a system-wide basis, every modification to preprocessor relevant configuration parameters as well as modifications to preprocessor conditions on objects and VB.Net expressions requires the One Identity Manager database to be recompiled.

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