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Identity Manager 8.0 - LDAP Connector for IBM RACF Reference Guide

System Variables

The following system variables need to be defined for the attribute mappings. For more detailed information about variables, see the One Identity Manager Target System Synchronization Reference Guide.

Table 1: System variables
Name Value
IdentDomain The name of your RACF domain e.g. RACF_DOMAIN
UserLocation Parent DN of your RACF user container, e.g. profiletype=user,cn=mainframe1,o=mycompany,c=com
GroupLocation Parent DN of your RAF group container, e.g. profiletype=group,cn=mainframe1,o=mycompany,c=com
DatasetLocation Parent DN of your RACF dataset container, e.g. profiletype=dataset,cn=mainframe1,o=mycompany,c=com
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Domain Filter Setting

A domain filter needs to be created to identify information that has been retrieved from the RACF database to keep it separate from other imported data.

  1. Update the One Identity Manager schema so that all entries are included.
    1. In the Synchronization Editor, open your RACF project.
    2. Select the category Configuration | One Identity Manager connection.
    3. Then in the "General" section on the right-hand side, click Update schema.
    4. Click on Yes in the next two dialog boxes.
    5. Click Ok when completed.
  2. In the Manager
    1. Select the category LDAP | Domains.
    2. In the result list toolbar, click .
    3. Enter at least the following general master data on the General tab.
      Table 2: Domain Master Data

      Property

      Description

      Display name Display name e.g. RACF Domain
      Distinguished name Distinguished name of the domain e.g. cn=mainframe1,o=mycompany,c=com
      Domain Domain name e.g. RACF_DOMAIN
      Structural object class Structural object class representing the object type, enter DCOBJECT
    4. Save the changes.
  3. In the Synchronization Editor, open your RACF project.
    1. Select the category Configuration | One Identity Manager connection.

    2. Select the Scope view and click Edit scope.

    3. Select the object type LDPDomain in the Scope hierarchy list and set the Object filter to: Ident_Domain =’$IdentDomain$’.
    4. Save the changes.

For more detailed information about scopes, see the One Identity Manager Target System Synchronization Reference Guide.

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User Mapping Information

This section shows a possible mapping between a user account in RACF and the standard One Identity Manager database table called LDAPAccount.

  • Set up a new mapping from LDAPAccount(all) to racfUser(all).

For more detailed information about setting up mappings, see the One Identity Manager Target System Synchronization Reference Guide.

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Mandatory RACF User Attributes

When creating a user in the RACF database, the following LDAP attributes must be defined:

  • objectclass
  • racfid
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