Identity Manager 8.1 - Administration Guide for Connecting to SharePoint

Managing SharePoint Environments Setting Up SharePoint Farm Synchronization Basic data for managing a SharePoint environment SharePoint Farms SharePoint Web Applications SharePointSite Collections and Sites SharePoint User accounts SharePoint Roles and Groups
SharePoint Groups SharePoint Roles and Permission Levels
Permissions for SharePoint Web Applications Reports about SharePoint Site Collections Appendix: Configuration parameters for managing a SharePoint environment Appendix: Default Project Template for SharePoint

SharePoint Sites

You can structure sites hierarchically. There is always a site labeled as "root site" in every site collection. The other sites in the site collection are sorted below the root site.

To display properties of a site

  1. Select SharePoint | Sites.
  2. Select the site in the result list. Select Change master data.
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General Master Data for a Site

The following master data is displayed for sites.

Table 20: General master data for a site
Property Description
Display name Display name of the site.
Root site Specifies whether the site is the site collection root site.
Parent site Unique ID for the parent site.
Site collection Unique identifier for the site collection to which the site belongs.
Unique role definition Specifies whether permission levels and associated permission can be defined for the site (tables SPSRole and SPSRoleHasSPSPermission). If the option is not set the role definitions are inherited from the parent site.
Use roles from Unique identifier for the site from which the role definitions are inherited. If the site is assigned roles of its own, their permissions are overwritten by the inherited permissions.
Unique role assignments Specifies whether user accounts or groups can have direct access permissions to the site (tables SPSUserHasSPSRLAsgn and SPSGroupHasSPSRLAsgn). If this option is not set, the role assignments are inherited from the parent site. No other user accounts or groups have permissions for this site.
Use assignments from Unique identifier for the site from which the role assignments are inherited.
Author Link to user account that created the site.
Description Spare text box for additional explanation.
Permit anonymous access Specifies whether anonymous access is permitted to the site.
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Address Data for a Site

The following address data is mapped on Addresses.

Table 21: Address data for a site
Properties Description
Prefix Unique identifier of the prefix for the site collection under which you want the site to be added. A value is only shown if you add the site through One Identity Manager.
URL relative to server URL for the site logo relative to the web application URL.
URL Absolute site URL.
Master page URL URL of the master page used for the site.
Alternative master URL URL to an alternative master page referenced by the site.
Portal URL URL for a portal site that this site is linked to.

If the server declared in the URL can be resolved by DNS, you can open the site in the default browser.

To open the site

  1. Select SharePoint | Sites.
  2. Select the site in the result list.
  3. Select Open URL.
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Site Design Properties

The following design information is displayed on Design.

Table 22: Site design properties
Property Description
Site template

Unique identifier for the site template to be used when the site is created. A value is only shown if you add the site through One Identity Manager.

Title Name for displaying the site.
URL for logo URL for the site logo relative to the web application URL.
Logo icon description Description of the site's logo.
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