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Identity Manager 8.0 - User Guide for the User Interface and Default Functions

About this Guide Logging into One Identity Manager Tools User Interface of the One Identity Manager Tools
The User Interface Layout Status Bar Information Menu Items in the Manager Views in the Manager Current User Customizing Program Settings Using Help Detailed Information about the User Interface Limiting List Entries Searching for List Entries Using Custom Filters for the Database Search Displaying Advanced Properties of an Object Editing Multiple Objects Displaying Reports Configuring the Infosystem Committing Data on Change Conflicts
Analyzing Data from the Process Monitoring System Analyzing Historical Data with TimeTrace Scheduling Operations Activation Times Working in Simulation Mode Exporting Data Checking Data Consistency Working with Change Labels Error Search How To? - Quick guides

Attaching Filters

Attaching Filters

You can attach filters to various categories so you can quickly access the filtered objects.

To attach a filter:

  1. Select the category My One Identity Manager | My filters.
  2. Click Attach... on the context menu.
  3. Select one or multiple menu categories to attach the filter to.
  4. Click OK.

When you select a category with an attached filter in the navigation view, all objects that correspond to the filter are displayed on a separate form page. The following functions are available:

  • Double-click an entry in this form page to jump to the corresponding object. The first available form is opened.
  • Open the export form via the Export data task or click Export data on the context menu. The filter condition of the attached filter is already applied as an export condition.
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Displaying Advanced Properties of an Object

NOTE: The Manager must be running in expert mode if you want to show an object's properties.

To show extended object properties

  • Select the object and open the Properties... from the context menu.

On the General tab you can see the object‘s general properties, for example, ID, status or primary key.

All the object columns are displayed in a grid on the Properties tab with the values. You can choose between a simple column view and the advanced view with additional data for column definitions.

Table 39: Icon used for Column Properties
Icon Meaning
Compulsory field.
No viewing permissions.

No edit permissions.

On the Access permissions tab, you can see which permissions are valid for an object based on permissions groups. The first entry shows the basic permissions for the table. The permissions for this particular object are displayed beneath that. The other entries show the column permissions. By double-clicking on a table, an object or a column entry all the permissions groups are displayed that are used to determine the permissions.

Figure 29: Displaying Object Permissions

Table 40: Icon used for Permissions
Icon Meaning
Permissions exist.
Permissions have been removed by the object layer
Permissions limited by conditions.
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Editing Multiple Objects

Multiple Object Edit

It is possible to edit more than one object of the same object type at the same time in the Manager. The form tab of the master data form shows the number of selected objects and the object type. Input fields with different values are labeled with the icon. When you edit an input field and save your changes, the change applies to all open objects.

To edit multiple objects at the same time:

  1. Select the objects in the result list using Shift + Click or Ctrl + Click.
  2. Open the master data form either by pressing Enter, clicking the icon in the result list or clicking Tasks | Edit master data in the context menu.

Displaying Reports

The Manager contains various reports about employees and their user accounts, company structures, resources and system permissions, attestations and compliance rule violation reports.

To display a report in the Manager

  1. Select the object you want to see the report for.
  2. Under "Reports" in the task view, select the report.

    Use the tooltip to show a more detailed description of a report.

In the report form you can change the window size and switch between pages. The following table shows other features.

Table 41: Functions for displaying reports
Button Description Key combination
Print Print report. CTRL + P
Save Save report. There are additional save options on the selection menu.
Send by email Send report by email.
Page size Change page size. CTRL + SHIFT + S
Bookmarks Set bookmark. Ctrl + B
Parameter Show the parameters applied when generating the report. Ctrl + Enter
Find Search in the report. Ctrl + F
Full screen Show full screen preview. F2
Single page Show a single page. F3
Page width Change the page width. F5
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