Mappings group the rules used to map the schema properties of two connected system. For this, a schema class is created for every schema type which requires mapping. A schema class limits the result list of a schema type through defined filer criteria. A mapping maps schema properties from exactly one target system schema class to the schema properties of exactly one schema class in the One Identity Manager schema. A schema class without a filter condition represents the schema type.
Property mapping rules describe how the target system schema properties are mapped in the One Identity Manager schema. Object matching rules assign schema properties through which system objects can be uniquely identified. For example, groups can be uniquely identified through schema properties DistinguishedName and Active DirectoryObjectGUID.
You specify in the mapping, which mapping direction is permitted for the connected schema classes. Furthermore, you can also specify the permitted mapping direction for individual property mapping rules.
Default mappings for target system synchronization are added if the synchronization project was created with a default project template. You can edit or delete these mappings or create new mappings. If the synchronization project was created without a project template, no mappings are set up.
The schema property mapping is edited with the mapping editor.
The schema property mapping is edited with the mapping editor. The mapping editor is divided into two schema view and two rule views. Each mapping editor view has its own toolbar.
To display mapped schema properties of a shelf
|Create a new mapping.|
|Add schema property.|
|Edit selected schema property.|
|Delete selected schema property.|
|Filter schema properties.|
|Search schema properties.|
|Filter schema properties with similar names in other schema respectively.|
|Edit selected rule.|
|Delete selected rule.|
|Transform selected property mapping rule into an object matching rule.|
|Sorts object matching rule.|
|Tests object matching rule.|
|Create new rules with help of the mapping wizard.|
|The schema property is a unique key.|
|The schema property references another schema property.|
|Schema propertyProperty of a schema type. Refers to exactly one column of a table or view of the database based schema or exactly one object type property of the non-database based schema. with a special feature.|
|User defined virtual schema property.|
|The schema property contains several values.|
|Rule based mandatory property.|
|The schema property is read-only.|
|The schema property is write-only.|
|The value of the schema property is calculated automatically.|
|Direction of synchronizationDirection in which synchronization is run. The master system is defined by the direction of synchronization.: One Identity Manager.|
|Direction of synchronization: target system.|
|A condition limited use of the rule.|
|MappingList of object matching rules and property mapping rules which map the schema properties of two connected systems to one another. in the opposite direction of synchronization is permitted.|
|Indicates configuration errors. Mouse over the icon to display the error description.|
To create a mapping
To edit the general properties of a mapping