Scripts can be implemented at different points in the synchronization configuration. You can use scripts, for example, to define a scope, add schema classes or virtual schema properties of type "script property".
When you define a synchronization project with the project wizard, you specify a script language in which to create the script. You can select either "C#" or "Visual Basic .NET". You can only use project templates in the synchronization wizard that support the selected script language.
|NOTE: If you want to create a synchronization project using a template, check whether the project template supports the selected script language.|
Note: You cannot change the script language once the project wizard is finished!
Create a new synchronization project to change the script language later.
|NOTE: If you are running One Identity Manager in a Linux system, you can only use C# as the script language.|
Some system connectors provide template which you can use to configure a complete synchronization project with the project wizard, The project templates add the following components to the synchronization configuration in the synchronization project, depending on the target system type.
The synchronization base object, for example, the actual Active Directory domain you want to synchronize, is added as an object in the One Identity Manager database.
The workflow display the following characteristics:
This workflow is only added if the option Changes still have to be made in the target system was selected in the project wizard on page Limit target system access.
The workflow shows the following characteristics:
Once a synchronization project has been created from a project template, you can check the settings assign a schedule and start synchronization.
When you set up a synchronization project with the project wizard, you decide whether the target system is only read in or whether One Identity Manager can also make changes. If you select the option Target system has read-only access, only modifications in the target system are transferred to the One Identity Manager database. Changes in the One Identity Manager database are not written to the target system. This means:
Not all system connectors provide a project template for creating a full configured synchronization project. Therefore, you can also create a synchronization project manually. In this case, the project wizard sets up the system connection. All other synchronization configuration components must be configured after you have saved the synchronization project.
To set up synchronization of the One Identity Manager database with a target system manually