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Identity Manager 8.0 - Web Designer Reference Guide

Web Designer Editor Web Designer Structures and Functions The Web Designer Object Model Working with the Web Designer Web Project Configuration Options Customizing the Web Portal Basics of Web Designer Programming Compiling and Debugging Monitoring Frequent Tasks in the Web Portal

Parameter Type "Property list"

The configuration key for the "Property list" parameter type can, for example, be used to modify columns in the White pages view that is displayed in the Web Portal.

This chapter describes how to edit a configuration key value. Declaring a configuration key is covered in another section of this guide. For more information, see Declaring Configuration Keys in Modules and Components.

To edit a configuration key value for the "Property list" parameter type in the "Settings..." view

Note: Before you can edit the values in a database column, you must add a matching entry in the Configuration (custom) view. You can recognize this entry because it is marked with X in the Value (custom) column in the configuration key list in the Settings... view of the selected database object.

  1. Open the required database object in the definition tree view and select the Settings... view.
  2. In the Settings... view, mark the configuration key of the "Property list" parameter type that you previously added in the Object definitions view.

    NOTE: If you want to see more details for a configuration key without editing the value, open the Configure dashboard display dialog box by clicking without converting the value in the Value (custom) column beforehand. This read mode is available for configuration keys with "Configuration object" and "Property list" parameter types.

  3. Enter the value - Is equivalent to standard value in the Value (custom) column, by clicking .
  4. Open the Database column selection dialog box by clicking .

    On the left-hand side, all selectable columns of the preset table are displayed. On the right-hand side, all columns in use are displayed.

  1. Mark the relevant entry in the list of available columns and click .

    The marked entry is displayed in the list of used columns. The following input fields and option boxes for editing selected columns are displayed in the lower part of the dialog box.

    Table 37: Settings for Database Columns
    Setting Description
    Condition

    SQL input field specifying the condition.

    Property

    This setting makes properties available.

    Enable the setting and select a property.

    Expression SQL input field for entering an expression.
    Database table for simulated foreign key references SQL input field for entering a database table for simulated foreign key references.
    Name of column for simulated foreign keys SQL input field for entering a column name for simulated foreign key references.
    Comment Text field for entering a comment on using a database column.
    Component for editing a value

    This setting makes components for editing a value available.

    Enable the setting and select a component.

    Component for displaying a value

    This setting makes components for displaying a value available.

    Enable the setting and select a component.

    Foreign key candidate filter SQL input field for entering a foreign key candidate filter.
    Expression for display values SQL input field for entering an expression for a display value.
    Descriptive text SQL input field for entering a descriptive text.
    Name SQL input field for entering a caption.
    Property values are not editable SQL input field for entering non-editable property values.
    Maximum number of characters Text field for imposing a maximum on the number of characters used.
    Minimum number of characters Text field for imposing a minimum on the number of characters used.
    Control-ID* Text field for entering a Control-ID*.

    NOTE: Using the button, you can specify that the database column display name be used. If you click again, the original database column name is displayed.
  2. Configure your settings.
  3. Save the changes.

To add a validation node to a database column

  1. Select the relevant database column in the Database column selection dialog box.
  2. Click in the toolbar and select Validation from the context menu.

    A new validation node is added under the marked entry and a number of edit boxes are displayed. For more information, see Table 37.

  3. Configure your settings.
  4. Save the changes.

To add a parameter to a database column

  1. Select the relevant database column in the Database column selection dialog box.
  2. Click in the toolbar and select Parameter from the context menu.

    A new parameter is added under the marked entry and a number of edit boxes are displayed.

  3. Enter an identifier for the new parameter in the Identifier* text field using the button.
  4. Enter a value for the new parameter in the Value* text field using the button.
  5. Save the changes.

NOTE: Added validation nodes or parameters can be deleted using the button. This button is only enabled if you have added new properties.

Parameter Type "Image"

You can use the configuration key of the "Image" parameter type for logos, for example.

This chapter describes how to edit a configuration key value. Declaring a configuration key is covered in another section of this guide. For more information, see Declaring Configuration Keys in Modules and Components.

To edit a configuration key value of the "image" parameter type in the "Settings..." view

Note: Before you can edit the values in a database column, you must add a matching entry in the Configuration (custom) view. You can recognize this entry because it is marked with X in the Value (custom) column in the configuration key list in the Settings... view of the selected database object.
  1. Open the required database object in the definition tree view and select the Settings... view.
  2. In the Settings... view, mark the configuration key of the "image" parameter type that you previously added in the Object definitions view.
  3. Enter the value - Is equivalent to standard value in the Value (custom) column, by clicking .
  4. Perform one of the following tasks.
    1. Select an image in the Use image from resource option box.

      Your selection is shown in the Image preview.

      NOTE: Only images that have already been loaded once are available in Use image from resource.

    2. Select an image in the Use stock image option box.
  5. Select the image size in the Size option box.

    In the Configure project tab, you can see the file name of the selected image and the method of loading the image, in the Value (custom) column.

    NOTE: Use Delete to remove your selection again.

Parameter Type "Configuration Object"

The configuration key of the "Configuration Object" parameter type is used when you want to add or remove statistics.

This chapter describes how to edit a configuration key value. Declaring a configuration key is covered in another section of this guide. For more information, see Declaring Configuration Keys in Modules and Components.

To edit the configuration key value for the "Configuration object" parameter type in the "Settings..." view

Note: Before you can edit the values in a database column, you must add a matching entry in the Configuration (custom) view. You can recognize this entry because it is marked with X in the Value (custom) column in the configuration key list in the Settings... view of the selected database object.
  1. Open the required database object in the definition tree view and select the Settings... view.
  2. In the Settings... view, mark the configuration key of the "Configuration object" parameter type that you previously added in the Object definitions view.

    NOTE: If you want to see more details for a configuration key without editing the value, open the Configure dashboard display dialog box by clicking without converting the value in the Value (custom) column beforehand. This read mode is available for configuration keys with "Configuration object" and "Property list" parameter types.

  3. Enter the value - Is equivalent to standard value in the Value (custom) column, by clicking .
  4. Open the Configure dashboard display dialog box by clicking .

    In this window, you can view the statistics and heatmaps for the selected element. The following functions are available in this dialog box.

    Table 38: Functions in the "Configure dashboard display" dialog box
    Function Description

    Opens the Select statistics dialog box.

    You can select and add statistics in the list of available statistics. Multi-select is possible.

    Deletes marked statistics from the list of statistics used.

    Moves the marked statistics higher in the list of statistics used.
    Moves the marked statistics lower in the list of statistics used.
    Table 39: Functions in the "Select statistics" dialog box
    Function Description
    Shows you all the global statistics from the list of available statistics.
    Shows you all object-related statistics from the list of available statistics.

    TIP: You can use multi-select by selecting items in the list whilst holding the CTRL key.

  1. Select a function from the toolbar.
  2. Close the dialog box after editing the relevant settings.

To edit chart settings

Note: You have enabled the Chart option.

  1. Select the chart type in the Type option box.
  2. Enter a title for the chart in the Title or Text text fields. This is displayed later for the organizational unit in the web application.

    For more detailed information on organizational units, see the One Identity Manager Web Portal User Guide.

    NOTE: The available text fields that you need to edit depends on the chart type you selected in the Type option box. The properties Title, Text and Tooltip in this view use an SQL editor. Enter the captions for the organizational units shown in the web applications. For more information, see Multilingual Captions.
  3. Configure the selected statistic with the available input fields and menus.
  4. Click OK.

    Your settings are saved. The number of selected columns is displayed under Details and in the Settings.. view in the column Value (custom).

To edit heatmap settings

Note: You have enabled the Heatmap option. The dialog box mask changes and divides into three parts, General, Current database and Historical data.

NOTE: Statistics that need to be represented in heatmaps must return values for the ElementValueZ column from a query.
  • Configure the selected statistic with the available input fields and menus.
    Table 40: Heatmap configurations
    Area Setting Description
    General known issues Additional Where clause Used when loading a heatmap.
    Title

    Replaces the statistic’s display value.

    Parameters available in this expression are documented in the ChartTitleInfo class.

    Measurement parameters represented by rectangles Display name for measurement parameters represented by rectangles.
    Measurement parameters represented by colored rectangles Display name for measurement parameters represented by rectangles.
    Data Text

    Specifies the caption for rectangles.

    Parameters available in this expression are documented in the HeatmapDataPoint class.

    Tooltip

    Specifies the tooltips for rectangles.

    Parameters available in this expression are documented in the HeatmapDataPoint class.

    Limit

    Specifies the color of rectangles according to data values.

    The color spectrum goes from red to yellow to green. Red means a critical value, green an uncritical value and yellow a neutral or average value.

    Limits can be assigned to data values directly using double values. Alternatively, maximum and minimum values can be set for the outer colors. The corresponding data value is then dynamically assigned.

    For neutral values a value can be optionally configured.

    historical data Statistics for monthly historical data

    Used to calculate historical comparison values.

    You can select one of the statistics available in the option box to be used to calculate historical comparison values.

    Statistics for annual historical data

    Used to calculate historical comparison values.

    You can select one of the statistics available in the option box to be used to calculate historical comparison values.

    Text

    Specifies the caption for tiles.

    Parameters available in this expression are documented in the HeatmapDataPoint class.

    Tooltip

    Specifies the tooltips for tiles.

    Parameters available in this expression are documented in the HeatmapDataPoint class.

    Limit

    Specifies the color of tiles according to data values.

    The color spectrum goes from red to yellow to green. Red means a critical value, green an uncritical value and yellow a neutral or average value.

    Limits can be assigned to data values directly using double values. Alternatively, maximum and minimum values can be set for the outer colors. The corresponding data value is then dynamically assigned.

    For neutral values a value can be optionally configured.

Parameter Type "Color value"

You can use the configuration key of the "Color value" parameter type to change all the colors used.

This chapter describes how to edit a configuration key value. Declaring a configuration key is covered in another section of this guide. For more information, see Declaring Configuration Keys in Modules and Components.

To edit a configuration key value of the "Color value" parameter type in the "Settings..." view

  1. Open the required database object in the definition tree view and select the Settings... view.
  2. In the Settings... view, mark the configuration key of the "Color value" parameter type that you previously added in the Object definitions view.
  3. Enter the value - Is equivalent to standard value in the Value (custom) column, by clicking .
  4. Open the Color edit view by clicking .
  5. Select the settings from the available options and click Add colors.

    The selected colors are displayed under Custom colors.

  6. Click OK.

    The selected color values are displayed in the Settings... view. in the column Value (custom) and under Details.

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