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

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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

Storing the Export Definition as a Single Report

NOTE: This function is only available if the Report Subscription Module is installed.

The system generates a simple report showing the export definitions that can be displayed and subscribed to in the Web Portal. You make this report available to Web Portal users.

NOTE: To create the report with the export definition, enable the plugin "Data export as report" in the Manager settings.

To create a simple report with the export definition

  1. In the Managermenu, click Database | Export data to open the export form.
  2. Create the export.
  3. Click in the title bar of the export form.
  4. Select the option Simple list report.
  5. Click next to the report definition menu.
  6. Enter the name of the report in Name.
  7. Enter additional information about the report in Description.
  8. Click OK.

To make the report available to Web Portal users, assign the report to the employees.

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Checking Data Consistency

The consistency check provides different tests for analyzing data objects and to ascertain the current state of their data. You can use your own tests as well as the predefined one and repair the data if necessary.

NOTE: You should run a consistency check at regular intervals or after major changes to the system configuration.

You can run consistency checks in the Manager and in the Designer. Database tests are run in their entirety in the Manager and the Designer. In the case of table tests and object tests in the Manager, the application model is tested and in the Designer, the system model is tested.

Note: The Consistency Editor is only available if the current user is authorized to use the function "Option to call a consistency check for a database (Common_ConsistencyCheck)".

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Starting a Consistency Check

Starting the Consistency Check

NOTE: It is recommended to run consistency checks with an administrative system user.

Consistency checks of type "Object test" are always run in user context. If the user does not have any permissions for a certain object, errors may not be identified or repairing errors may fail.

To run a consistency check

  1. Start the Consistency Editor in the using the menu item Database | Check data consistency.....DesignerManager

    During start up, One Identity Manager schema and database objects are made available for testing.

  2. Specify the test options.
    1. Select in the Consistency Editor toolbar.
    2. Enable the tests you want to run and customize them if required.
    3. Click OK.
  3. Start the consistency check. The following test procedures are available in the Consistency Editor for this:
    • Check all test objects

      Start this test by pressing in the Consistency Editor toolbar.

      NOTE: To exclude individual test objects from the test, select them before starting the test in the Consistency Editor list view, right-click and press Deactivate.

    • Checking single test objects

      Select the test objects you want from the list and start the test by right-clicking and pressing Test.

      TIP: Use SHIFT + CLICK or CTRL + CLICK to select multiple items for testing.

      Note: To stop a test, click in the Consistency Editor toolbar.

  4. Verify error output.
  5. Repair errors if necessary.
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Displaying Test Objects and the Test Status

During Consistency Editor startup, the table definitions from the One Identity Manager schema are loaded from the database and the database objects are made available for testing. The database tables, the number of objects per table and the test status are displayed in the Consistency Editor’s list view.

TIP: Click with the mouse in a column header to sort by the selected column.

Figure 44: Consistency Editor with Initialized Data

Table 66: List View Information
Column Meaning
Target Test object name.
Count Total number of objects in the database table.
Verified Test progress in percent.
error The number of error that occurred during a consistency check.
Status Current test status. The status is updated during the consistency check.
Table 67: Meaning of List View Icons
Icon Meaning
Test object is currently being test.
Consistency check was successful for this Test object.
Consistency check for this test object is complete but errors occurred.
Table 68: List View Context Menu Items
Context Menu Item Meaning
Enable Enables selected test object(s) for the period of the consistency check.
Disable Disables selected test object(s) for the period of the consistency check.
Test Starts execution of the consistency check for the selected test object(s).
Skip Skip the test object during the consistency check.
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