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Identity Manager 8.1.4 - Configuration Guide

About this guide One Identity Manager software architecture Customizing the One Identity Manager default configuration Customizing the One Identity Manager base configuration One Identity Manager schema basics Editing the user interface
Object definitions for the user interface User interface navigation Forms for the user interface Statistics in One Identity Manager Extending the Launchpad Task definitions for the user interface Applications for configuring the user interface Icons and images for configuring the user interface Using predefined database queries
Localization in One Identity Manager Process orchestration in One Identity Manager
Setting up Job servers Configuring the One Identity Manager Service Handling processes in One Identity Manager
Tracking changes with process monitoring Conditional compilation using preprocessor conditions Scripts in One Identity Manager
Using scripts Notes on message output Notes on using date values Using dollar ($) notation Using base objects Calling functions Pre-scripts for use in processes and process steps Using session services Using #LD-notation Script library Support for processing of scripts in Script Editor Creating and editing scripts in the Script Editor Copying scripts in the Script Editor Testing scripts in the Script Editor Testing script compilation in the Script Editor Overriding scripts Permissions for executing scripts Editing and testing script code with the System Debugger Extended debugging in the Object Browser
Reports in One Identity Manager Adding custom tables or columns to the One Identity Manager schema Web service integration SOAP Web Service One Identity Manager as SPML provisioning service provider Processing DBQueue tasks One Identity Manager Service configuration files

Creating dynamic foreign keys

Technical details
  • The technical identifier for the column is automatically formed according to the CCC_<column name> schema.

  • Dynamic foreign key columns are created with the String data type and a length of 138 characters.

To create a dynamic foreign key column in the Schema Extension

  1. On the Configure columns page, click .

  2. Select Dynamic foreign key columns and enter the name of the column under Column name.

  3. Click OK.
  4. On the Configure columns page, enter at least the following information.

    • Required field: Specifies whether a column must be filled.

    • Display name: Specifies how the column is labeled.

  5. Click and enter the following information in the Dynamic foreign key tab.

    Table 169: Properties for foreign key columns
    Property Remarks

    Referenced table

    Select the tables to be referenced. All tables are permitted, if there are no restrictions.

    Delete restrictions

    Restriction for testing referential integrity when deleting an object

    Insert restrictions

    Restriction for testing referential integrity when inserting an object

  1. (Optional) You can also configure more column properties. For more information, see Advanced configuration of columns.

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Creating new columns for database views with type view

If the table to be expanded is a database view with the View table type, the selection of new columns is restricted to custom columns of the underlying base table. You can only select custom columns from the base table that are not yet used in the view.

  • First extend the base table by a new column (simple column or foreign key column).

  • Then you extend the database view with the new columns.

To create a new column for database views with the View type in the Schema Extension

  1. On the Configure columns page, click and enter the following information.

    • Column name: Enter the name of the column.

    • Base column: Select the base table column that you want to add to the database view.

  2. Click OK.
  3. (Optional) Click to configure more column properties. For more information, see Advanced configuration of columns.

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Advanced configuration of columns

To edit column properties

  1. Select the column on the Define column page and click the button.

  2. Configure the column properties.

  3. Enter the following information on the Advanced tab.

    Table 170: Advanced configuration of columns
    Property Remarks

    Name

    Technical identifier for the column The column name is formed from CCC_<column name.

    Data type

    Column data type Permitted .Net data types are listed in a pop-up menu. These are represented internally as SQL data types. The only permitted data types are those already used in the One Identity Manager data model.

    Length

    Column length The column length is only specified for the .Net String data type. For columns containing UIDs, enter the value 38.

    Column contains UIDs

    Specifies whether this is UID column. This option is only permissible for columns with the String .Net data type and a length of 38 characters.

    Column contains unicode

    Specifies whether the column contains Unicode. This option is only permissible for String .Net data types.

  4. Enter the following information on the Base values tab.

    Table 171: Column base values
    Property Remarks

    Primary key

    Specifies whether the column is used as a primary key.

    Required field

    Specifies whether a column must be filled.

    Display name

    Specifies how the column is labeled.

    Show in wizards

    Indicates if the column can be displayed in the Rule Editor for compliance rules for creating queries and in tabular overviews in the Web Portal.

    Do not auto extend permissions

    For custom columns in a predefined table, permissions are not automatically assigned to predefined permissions groups, even though the Common | AutoExtendPermissions configuration parameter is set.

    Comment

    Additional information about the column.

    Initial value

    Initial value for the column This value is transferred to the existing data records of the extended table. The initial value for numerical data types is 0. The initial value for the Bool data type is False.

    Sort order

    The sort order specifies the position for displaying the column on the generic form and the custom tabs of the default form. Columns with a value less than 1 are not displayed on the forms.

  5. Enter the following information for foreign key columns on the Key column values tab.

    Table 172: Properties for foreign key columns
    Property Remarks

    Foreign key

    Indicates whether the column is a foreign key column.

    From table

    Referenced table for foreign key relations

    Delete restrictions

    Restriction for testing referential integrity when deleting an object

    Insert restrictions

    Restriction for testing referential integrity when inserting an object

  6. Enter the following information for dynamic foreign key columns on the Dynamic foreign key tab.

    Table 173: Properties for foreign key columns
    Property Remarks

    Referenced table

    Select the tables to be referenced. All tables are permitted, if there are no restrictions.

    Delete restrictions

    Restriction for testing referential integrity when deleting an object

    Insert restrictions

    Restriction for testing referential integrity when inserting an object

  7. Click OK.
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Creating database views with read-only type

Technical details
  • The technical identifier for the database view is automatically formed according to the CCC<Table name> schema.

  • The first column of the database query (view definition) is used as the primary key column of the database view.

    NOTE: It is recommended that you reference the primary key column of the queried table in the view definition as the first column. If this is not possible, then at least select a unique characteristic.

  • If a database view contains a foreign key column, you specify which destinations tables should be referenced. The table and column relations are generated automatically.

  • If you want to index the database view for the full-text search, the XDateInserted, XDateUpdated, and XObjectKey columns must be available.

To create a database view of read-only type in theSchema Extension

  1. Start the Launchpad and log in to the One Identity Manager database.

  2. Open the Launchpad and select the One Identity Manager Schema Extension entry. This starts the Schema Extension program.

  3. Click Next on the start page.

  4. On the Database connection page, check the connection data for the One Identity Manager database.

  5. On the Select method page, select Create view.

  6. On the Create view page, enter the following information.

    Table 174: Database view properties
    Property Description

    Table

    A technical name for the database view.

    Display name

    Name displayed for the database view. The display name is used, for example, to identify the database view in a database search or error output.

    Description

    Comments on using the database view.

    View definition

    Enter the database query as a Select statement.

  7. (Optional) Create the foreign key relations on the Create FK relations for views page.

    • Double-click the icon in front of the column name and select the target table in the Target table column.

  8. On the Configure columns page, enter the display name of the columns.

  9. (Optional) Click to configure more column properties.For more information, see Advanced configuration of columns.

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