Identity Manager 8.0 - Identity Management Base Module Administration Guide

Basics for Mapping Company Structures in One Identity Manager Managing Departments, Cost Centers and Locations Working with Dynamic Roles Employee Administration
One Identity Manager Users for Employee Administration Basic Configuration Data for Employees Entering Employee Master Data Employee's Central User Account Employee's Central Password Employee's Default Email Address Disabling and Deleting Employees Assigning Company Resources to Employees Origin of an Employee's Roles and Entitlements Analyzing Role Memberships and Employee Assignments Mapping Multiple Employee Identities Limited Access to One Identity Manager Additional Tasks for Managing Employees Determining an Employee‘s Language Determining an Employee‘s Working Hours Employee Reports
Managing Devices and Workdesks Managing Resources Set up Extended Properties Appendix: Configuration Parameters for Managing Departments, Cost Centers and Locations Appendix: Configuration Parameters for Managing Applications Appendix: Configuration Parameters for Managing Devices and Workdesks Appendix: Authentication Modules for Logging into the One Identity Manager

Create Property Groups

Create Property Groups

Property groups are used to group extended properties. Each extended property must be assigned to at least one property group. Furthermore, you can assign the extended properties to any other property groups.

To create a property group

  1. Select the category Entitlements | Basic configuration data | Extended properties.
  2. Click in the result list toolbar.

  3. Enter a name and description for the property group.
  4. Save the changes.

To assign extended properties to a property group

  1. Select the category Entitlements | Basic configuration | Extended properties.
  2. Select a property group in the result list.

  3. Select Assign extended properties in the task view.
  4. Assign extended properties in Add assignments.

    - OR -

    Remove extended properties from Remove assignments.

  5. Save the changes.

Edit Extended Properties

Edit Extended Properties

To edit an extended property

  1. Select the category Entitlements| Basic configuration data | Extended properties | <property group>.
  2. Select the extended property in the result list. Select Change master data in the task view.

    - OR -

    Click in the result list toolbar.

  3. Edit the extended property's master data.
  4. Save the changes.
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Extended Property Master Data

Extended Property Master Data

Enter the following data for an extended property.

Table 77: Extended Property Master Data
Property Description

Extended property name

Name of the extended property.

Property group

The property group for structuring extended properties. You can assign a primary property group to a property on the master data form. Extended properties are grouped by this property group in navigation.

If an extended property needs to be assigned to several property groups, then you can use the task Assign property groups to assign additional property groups.

Lower scope boundary

Lower scope boundary for further subdivision.

Upper scope boundary

Upper scope boundary for further subdivision.

Description

Spare text box for additional explanation.

Spare fields no. 01.....spare field no. 10

Additional company specific information. Use the Designer to customize display names, formats and templates for the input fields.

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Specifying Scoped Boundaries

Specifying Scoped Boundaries

You can subdivide extended properties by specifying scoped boundaries. You are not obliged to enter scoped boundaries. If you do enter a lower boundary you are not required to enter an upper one. However, if you specify an upper boundary, you have to enter a lower one.

Take note of the following when defining scoped boundaries:

  • Basically, any string is permitted as a lower or upper scoped boundary.
  • You can use * as a wildcard for any number of characters (even null).
  • Wild cards can only be added to the end of a string, for example, AB*. Strings such as *AB or A*B are not allowed, for example.
  • If you enter a lower boundary without a wildcard, you cannot use a wildcard in the upper boundary.

The following restrictions apply for the length of the string:

  • If you enter a lower and upper boundary without a wildcard, the strings have to be the same length, for example, lower boundary 123/upper boundary 456. A lower boundary of 123 and an upper of 45, for example, is not permitted or a lower boundary 123/upper boundary 4567 is also not allowed.
  • If you use a wildcard in the lower boundary but none in the upper boundary, then the length of the upper boundary string needs to be the same as or bigger than the string in the lower boundary.
  • If you use a wildcard in the lower and upper boundary, they have to be the same length, for example, lower boundary 123*/upper boundary 456*. A lower boundary of 123* and an upper of 45*, for example, is not permitted or a lower boundary 123*/upper boundary 4567* is also not allowed.
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