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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

Setting a Date

As well as manually entering a date, you can copy a date into the input field from the control. Open the control by pressing [...] next to a date input field.

Figure 25: Control for setting a date

The title bar of the control repeats the name of the corresponding input field.

To select a date:

  1. Today's date is identified by a colored border. Click Today to select today's date.

    - OR -

    Select the date from the calendar.

    1. Use the arrow next to "Month Year" to choose the month and year or click "Month Year".
    2. Select the day by clicking it in the calendar.
  2. Click OK.

Editing Login Times

Use this control to configure a user account's daily login times.

Figure 26: Login time control

The calendar shows a 7-day week, each box represents one hour. The configured login times are shown in color, respectively. If a box is filled, login is allowed. If the box is empty, login is refused.

To specify login times

  • Select a time period with the mouse or keyboard.
  • Use the Assign button to permit logins at the specified times.
  • Use the Remove button to deny logins at the specified times.
  • Use the Reverse button to invert the selected time period.
  • Use the arrow keys to reset or repeat a selection.

Displaying Object Relations

This control element shows the relations between the One Identity Manager database objects (Parent/ChildRelation).

  • Under Remove assignments you can see the list of allocated elements. You can remove them from here.
  • Under Add assignments you can see all the elements.

    Make new assignments or remove existing ones here. If allowed, you can use a filter to further restrict the selection of elements you want to show.

To activate or deactivate an assignment

  • Make new assignments or remove existing ones here.

    - OR -

  • Double-click an entry.

Figure 27: Displaying assignments in the control element

Table 26: Meaning of icons in the control element
Icon Meaning
Object is assigned to the selected base object.
Object is not assigned to an object.
Object is assigned to another object.

NOTE: In the list, assigned elements come before unassigned elements.

Table 27: Control element context menu items
Entry Meaning
Assign Assign object to the selected base object.
Remove Remove assignment of object to base object.
Assign child objects In a hierarchical structure, assign the selected object and its child objects to the base object.
Remove child objects In a hierarchical structure, remove the assignments of the selected object and its child object to the base object.
Assign all objects Assign all existing objects to the base object.
Remove all assignments Remove all assignments to the base object.
Search... Opens the search dialog.
Go to object Go to the selected object.
Go to assigned object Go to this object's assigned base object.
Show objects already assigned to other objects. Objects that are assigned to other objects are shown under Add assignments.
Hide objects already assigned to other objects. Objects that are assigned to other objects are hidden from Add assignments.

Displaying Assignments

The membership tree shows the direct and indirect assignments to a base object. It also shows the source of the indirectly assigned objects. This means that the object was assigned to a base object via a dynamic role, for example, or through inheritance.

  • Under Remove assignments you can see the list of allocated elements. You can remove them from here.
  • Under Add assignments you can see all the elements.

    Make new assignments or remove existing ones here. If allowed, you can use a filter to further restrict the selection of elements you want to show.

To activate or deactivate an assignment

  • Make new assignments or remove existing ones here.

    - OR -

  • Double-click an entry.

Figure 28: Displaying assignments

Table 28: Meaning of icons in the membership tree
Icon Meaning
Object is assigned directly to the selected base object.
Object is assigned indirectly to the selected base object.
Object is assigned directly and indirectly to the selected base object.
Object is not assigned to a base object.
Inheritance stopped (applies only when assigning objects in hierarchical structures)
Indirect assignment.
Assignment through dynamic roles.
Assignment not yet effective. The DBQueue Processor has not yet calculated the assignment.

NOTE: The list displays assigned elements before unassigned elements.

Table 29: Entries in the membership tree context menu
Entry Meaning
Assign Directly assign the selected object to the base object.
Remove Remove the assignment of the selected object to the base object.
Assign child objects In a hierarchical structure, assign the selected object and its child objects to the base object.
Remove child objects In a hierarchical structure, remove the assignments of the selected object and its child object to the base object.
Assign all objects Directly assign all existing objects to the base object.
Remove all assignments Remove all direct assignments to the base object.
Search... Opens the search dialog.
Go to object Go to the selected object.
Extended properties Switches to the detailed form for the selected object, where you can make additional assignments. A prerequisite for this is that the selected object is assigned and this assignment has been saved.

NOTE: Use the Search... function to search the entire assignment tree for the presence of specified text. The search sequence does not follow the displayed hierarchical structure of the tree, but instead the internal structures of the control element. As such, the search seems to jump through the tree at random. All records are searched to find the requested object.

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