All user interface forms to be displayed in an application user interface must be assigned to a permissions group. Assign the user interface forms to permissions groups for non-role-based and role-based login. The interface forms are available to system users depending on their permissions group memberships. For detailed information about permissions groups, see the One Identity Manager Authorization and Authentication Guide.
To assign a user interface form to permissions groups
If you want to display a user interface form in the user interface depending on the particular object selected, you must assign the form to the valid object definition.
To assign a user interface form to an object definition
Interface forms that need to be valid for all entries in a database table are allocated a general object definition. Other limited object definitions can have more interface forms. If an entry is selected in the user interface, the currently valid object definitions are used to gather all the interface forms and display them in the user interface in their sort order in the task view and in the context menu.
The following object definitions with interface forms are set up for the table Person.
|Object definition||Assigned Interface Form|
|Person_with_ADUserAccount||Active Directory user accounts|
|Person_with_LDAPAccount||LDAP user accounts|
The following interface forms are displayed for an employee object that meets the object definition Person_with_ADUserAccount:
The following interface forms are displayed for an employee object that meets the object definition Person_with_LDAPAccount:
You can assign user interface forms for individual menu items. The user interface form is displayed when a user chooses the menu item in the navigation view or an entry in the result list. It is displayed irrespective of the user’s permission groups.
To assign a user interface form to a menu item
(Optional) Enable the Show in navigation option to open the form from the navigation view.