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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
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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

Default Functions for Creating Hyperlinks

Several default functions are available to help you create hyperlinks. You can use these functions to directly insert a hyperlink in a mail body or into processes.

Direct Function Input

A function is referenced in the Address field when a hyperlink is inserted:

$Script(<Function>)$

Example:

$Script(VI_BuildITShopLink_Show_for_Requester)$

$Script(VI_BuildAttestationLink_Approve)$

$Script(VI_BuildComplianceLink_Show)$

$Script(VI_BuildQERPolicyLink_Show)$

Default Functions for Requests

The script VI_BuildAttestationLinks contains a collection of default functions for composing hyperlinks to directly grant or deny approval of requests from email notifications.

Table 281: Functions of the Script "VI_BuildAttestationLinks"
Function Usage

VI_BuildAttestationLink_Show

Opens the attestation page in the Web Portal.

VI_BuildAttestationLink_Approve

Approves an attestation and opens the attestation page in the Web Portal.

VI_BuildAttestationLink_Deny

Denies an attestation and opens the attestation page in the Web Portal.

VI_BuildAttestationLink_AnswerQuestion

Opens the page for answering a question in the Web Portal.

VI_BuildAttestationLink_Pending

Opens the page with pending attestations in the Web Portal.

Default Functions for IT Shop Requests

The script VI_BuildITShopLinks contains a collection of default functions for composing hyperlinks to directly grant or deny approval of IT Shop requests from email notifications.

Table 282: Functions of the Script "VI_BuildITShopLinks"
Function Usage

VI_BuildITShopLink_Show_for_Approver

Opens the overview page for request approval in the Web Portal.

VI_BuildITShopLink_Show_for_Requester

Opens the overview page for requests in the Web Portal.

VI_BuildITShopLink_Approve

Approves a request and opens the approvals page in the Web Portal.

VI_BuildITShopLink_Deny

Denies a request and opens the approvals page in the Web Portal.

VI_BuildITShopLink_Unsubscribe

Opens the email notification configuration page in the Web Portal. This function is used in processes for unsubscribing email notifications.

VI_BuildITShopLink_AnswerQuestion

Opens the page for answering a question in the Web Portal.

VI_BuildITShopLink_Reject

Opens the page with denied requests in the Web Portal.

VI_BuildAttestationLink_Pending

Opens the page with pending requests in the Web Portal.

VI_BuildITShopLink_Unsubscribe

Creates the link for canceling email notification.

Default Functions for Identity Audit

The script VI_BuildComplianceLinks contains a collection of default functions for composing hyperlinks for exception approval of rule violations.

Table 283: Functions of the Script, "VI_BuildComplianceLinks"
Function Usage

VI_BuildComplianceLink_Show

Opens the exception approval page in the Web Portal.

Default function for policy checking

The script VI_BuildComplianceLinks contains a collection of default functions for composing hyperlinks for exception approval of policy violations.

Table 284: Functions of the Script, "VI_BuildComplianceLinks"
Function Usage

VI_BuildQERPolicyLink_Show

Opens the exception approval page in the Web Portal.

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Using Process Parameters in Hyperlinks

Use this method to pass additional parameters to a function. Email notifications are generated during the process handling. The process task "SendRichMail" is provided for this through the process component "MailComponent".

To compose a hyperlink, for example, to unsubscribe email notifications, within a process, use the spare process parameters [ParamName 1-n] and [ParamValue 1-n] from the process component.

Example for filling the process parameter:

ParamName1 Value = "NoSubscription"
ParamValue1 Value = VI_BuildITShopLink_Unsubscribe (values("UID_RichMail").ToString())

UID_RichMail is determined by the pre-script for generating within the process and passed to the function.

Take implementation examples from base object PersonWantsOrg processes that are triggered by changes to IT Shop requests.

The process parameter is referenced when a hyperlink is entered in the Address field:

$PC(<ParamName>)$

Example:

$PC(NoSubscription)$

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Customizing Email Signatures

Configure the email signature for mail templates using the following configuration parameter.

Table 285: Configuration Parameters for Email Signatures
Configuration Parameter Description
Common\MailNotification\Signature Data for the signature in email automatically generated from mail templates.
Common\MailNotification\Signature\Caption Signature under the salutation.
Common\MailNotification\Signature\Company Company name.
Common\MailNotification\Signature\Link Link to company website.

The script VI_GetRichMailSignature combines the components of an email signature according to the configuration parameters for use in mail templates.

Reports in the One Identity Manager

Reports in the One Identity Manager

The One Identity Manager provides the means to create and execute multi-object reports, including totals and other aggregate functions. It is also possible to create groups and graphically represent data. Predefined reports are supplied with the schema installation. You can create and edit custom reports with the Report Editor.

You can also send reports to specified email addresses using scheduled subscriptions. You can create reports for the current state or over a specified period (change history). For every report, you can create different subscribable reports that can be requested by Web Portal users. You can also link the report to the administration tool user interfaces, for example, to view in the Manager.

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