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Identity Manager 8.1.2 - Operational Guide

About this guide Simulating data changes in the Manager Scheduling operations activation times Re-applying templates Exporting data with Manager Analyzing data and data changes Analyzing process monitoring in the Manager Schedules in One Identity Manager Mail templates in One Identity Manager Password policies in One Identity Manager Working with change labels Checking data consistency Compiling a One Identity Manager database Transporting custom changes Importing data with Data Import Importing and exporting individual files for the software update Command line programs

The Info system in the Manager

The Manager‘s info system provides data about the health of the system in the form of diagrams.

  • Topic-specific statistics and cross-functional statistics are displayed on the Manager home page.
  • Within each category, topic-specific statistics are displayed under Info system.
  • Topic-specific statistics for all categories are displayed in the My One Identity Manager category.

Statistics definitions form the basis of the info system. These are created centrally. For detailed information about creating statistics definitions, see the One Identity Manager Configuration Guide.

Every user can set which statistics they want to see and in which order. Use the settings to do this. The changes are saved to the user configuration so that the last setting used is shown when the program is restarted.

All the available statistics are grouped by topic in the settings. Each statistic has a title and a description.

To select statistics for display

  1. Show the statistics and click Settings.

  2. Enable or disable statistics by clicking the button in front of the name of the statistics.

    To restore the default setting, click Restore default.

  3. Click OK.

    Figure 3: Statistics settings

To change the order in which statistics are displayed:

  1. Display the statistics and select Settings.

  2. Click Change sort order.

  3. Select the statistic that you wish to move. You can select multiple statistics using Shift + select or Ctrl + select.

  4. Move the selected statistics with the arrow keys.

    1. Move the selected statistics with the arrow keys.
      Table 10: Meaning of buttons for changing the order
      Icon Meaning

      Moves the selected statistics up.

      Moves the selected statistics down.

      To restore the default settings, click Restore default.

  5. Click OK.

    - OR -

    If you wish to make more changes, go back to the Assignment view.

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Diagram types in the info system

There are several diagram types available for visualizing statistics.

Bar chart

A bar chart can be used to visualize comparisons between measurements.

Figure 4: Bar Chart Example

Pie chart

A pie chart can be used to visualize the measurements as a percentage of the base measurement.

Figure 5: Pie Chart Example

Line diagram

A line diagram can be used to visualize a data sequence over a specified time period. Click with the mouse on a point of measurement and a tooltip showing the measurement is displayed.

Figure 6: Line Diagram Example

Traffic light

A traffic light diagram can be used to visualize the state of the system. The state is indicated by the color.

Table 11: Meaning of the colors
Color State
Green correct
Yellow acceptable
Red unacceptable

Figure 7: Traffic Light Example

Tachometer

A tachometer diagram can be used to visualize the state of the system in more detail than in a traffic light diagram. The base measurement is also displayed. The state is indicated by the color.

Figure 8: Tachometer Diagram Example

Thermometer

A thermometer diagram can be used to visualize the state of the system in more detail that in a traffic light diagram. The state is indicated by a color scale on the side of the diagram.

Figure 9: Thermometer Diagram Example

Table

Choose this diagram type to display the measurements or measurement trends over a certain timeframe in tabular format.

Figure 10: Table Example

Analyzing process monitoring in the Manager

In One Identity Manager, you have the option of logging the change history of objects and their properties. Different methods can be used to track changes within One Identity Manager.

For detailed information about the process monitoring methods, see the One Identity Manager Configuration Guide. For more information about configuring process monitoring of IT Shop requests, see the One Identity Manager IT Shop Administration Guide.

In the Manager process view, the system shows the process data from running processes and process steps, the process data for direct database actions, and the recorded data changes in graphical format.

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Prerequisites for displaying the process information

  • The process view in the Manager is only available if the Common | ProcessState configuration parameter is enabled and a method for monitoring the process is configured.

  • The process view shows the process data only if the process data recording procedure is configured.

  • The log is only displayed in the process view if the method for recording changes to data is configured and the logged in user has at least viewing permissions for the Dialogwatch* , DialogProcess* and QBMWatchOperationSummary tables.

  • To open the process view in the Manager, the user needs the Option to show process information (Common_ProcessView) program function.

For detailed information about configuring the process monitoring, see the One Identity Manager Configuration Guide.

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