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 ObjectGUIDActive Directory.
Object matching rules can be added or created from property mapping rules. If system objects can only be identified through several schema properties, different property matching rules can be linked with logical operators to form an object matching rule.
If several object matching rules are set up, they are executed in the order in which they are listed in the rule view. If system objects can be identified using the top rule, the rest of the rules are not executed. If system objects cannot be identified using the top rule, One Identity Manager uses the next rule to determine the system objects.
To create an object matching rule from a property mapping rule
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Click Yes to convert the property mapping rule into an object matching rule and save a copy of the property mapping rule.
To create a new object matching rule
One Identity Manager helps you to set up new object matching rules based on existing rules. Use the mapping wizard for this.
To create an object matching rules with the mapping wizard
To edit an object matching rule
To delete an object matching rule