If a column is suitable for entering multiple values, you will see extra icons next to the input field.
Figure 17: Entering multiple values
|Insert data. A separate input form opens.|
Use the slider to set a value within a defined range. The value appears next to the slider and can be displayed in full with the tooltip. The color indicates how critical the value is assessed to be.
Figure 18: Slider
This input field is used in the editors when the input data needs to have a specified syntax (for example SQL, XML, Visual Basic .NET). It has an advanced edit mode which provides additional actions.
To switch to advanced mode
Figure 19: Directly Entering a Database Query
|Quitting advanced edit mode.|
|Undoes last change.|
|Redoes last change.|
|Cuts selected code.|
|Copies selected code into clipboard.|
|Inserts code from clipboard.|
|Deletes selected code.|
|Shows/hides line numbers.|
|Inserts code snippet.|
|Word wrap automatically.|
|Search within code.|
Additional input aids are provided for creating script code.
The input fields support syntax highlighting depending on the syntax type.
Auto-completion can be used when creating script code. The amount of scripted code to enter is reduced by displaying the names of properties or functions that can be used. Automatic completion is called with the key combination CTRL + SPACE at the appropriate point in the editor. The contents of the list is determined by the key words in the code.
Input fields that required data in VB.Net syntax support code snippets. Standard code snippets are available in the option "Visual Basic". The option "Object layer" contains special code snippets for the One Identity Manager object layer.
You can insert code snippets using the following options:
||NOTE: Remember that the connection name is case sensitive.|
|NOTE: If you select the code snippet using a shortcut or the icon, a short description and the shortcut name is displayed in a tooltip.|
|TIP: You can use custom code snippets. To do this, create a directory CustomSnippets in the One Identity Manager installation directory to store the code snippets. Use Visual Studio documentation to develop your own code snippets.|
If you enter a "$" in fields which expect VB.Net expressions, a wizard opens. All properties of the current object are displayed. You can also see a tooltip with a detailed description of the property. If you select an FK column, you can navigate to the columns of the associated table using the arrows keys. Exit the selection on the target column with Enter or by double-clicking. The complete $ notation for your selection should now be shown in the input column. Use Esc or exit the input field to close the list without accepting any data.
Figure 20: Help List for Dollar Notation
|Property of current object.|
|Primary key (PK).|
Foreign key (FK).
|Dynamic foreign key|
|Down arrow||Opens the help list.|
|Up arrow, down arrow||Swaps to next or previous entry respectively.|
|Left arrow, right arrow||Swaps from FK to parent object or back to the child object respectively.|
|Enter||Accepts the value in dollar notation.|
It is sometimes necessary to enter database queries. You can enter the SQL query directly or with a wizard. Use and to switch to the appropriate view.
|Enter a database query as an SQL query.|
|Wizard for entering database queries.|