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Identity Manager 8.1 - Configuration Guide

About this guide One Identity Manager software architecture Customizing the One Identity Manager default configuration Adjusting 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 in Designer 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 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 Appendix: Configuration files of the One Identity Manager Service

Editing countries

The countries are loaded into the database during the schema installation and do not normally have to be customized.

NOTE: For enabled countries, an entry with the country name is displayed in Designer in the Base data | Localization | Country category. Countries that are not enabled are displayed in Base data | Localization | Country | Disabled.

To edit a country

  1. In Designer, select the Base data | Localization | Country category.
  2. Select a country.
  3. Edit the master data.
  4. (Optional) Assign the language to the country.
    1. Select the View | Select table relations menu item and enable the DialogCountryHasCulture table.
    2. On the Languages tab, select the languages.

  5. (Optional) Assign the time zones to the country.
    1. Select the View | Select table relations menu item and enable the DialogCountryHasTimeZone table.
    2. On the Time zones tab, select the time zones.

  6. (Optional) Assign the public holidays to the country.
    1. Select the View | Select table relations menu item and enable the DialogCountryHoliday table.
    2. On the Holidays tab, select the public holidays.

  7. (Optional) Assign the states/provinces/counties to the country.
    1. Select the View | Select table relations menu item and enable the DialogState table.
    2. On the States tab, select the states.

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Editing states

The states are loaded into the database during the schema installation and do not normally have to be customized.

To edit a state

  1. In Designer, select the Base data | Localization | Country | <Country name> | States category.
  2. Select a state.
  3. Edit the master data.
  4. (Optional) Assign languages to the state.
    1. Select the View | Select table relations menu item and enable the DialogStateHasCulture table.
    2. On the Languages tab, select the languages.

  1. (Optional) Assign time zones to the state.
    1. Select the View | Select table relations menu item and enable the DialogStateHasTimeZone table.
    2. On the Time zones tab, select the time zones.

  2. (Optional) Assign public holidays to the state.
    1. Select the View | Select table relations menu item and enable the DialogStateHoliday table.
    2. On the Holidays tab, select the public holidays.

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Country properties

Table 68: Country Properties
Property Description

Country name

Name of the country.

Description

Description of the country.

Enabled

If this option is set, this country is can be selected from the list in the administration tools. This helps to limit the selection of time zones and languages.

Daylight saving time

Specifies whether daylight saving time is taken into account when the difference to UTC time is calculated.

Hours (default)

Specify the working hours which apply across the country. Working hours are taken into account when calculating time periods, for example in the IT Shop.

Country name (national language)

Name of the country in the national language using the national script.

Capital city (national language)

Name of the capital city in the national language using the national script.

Country code

International telephone code for the country.

International vehicle reg. ID

International identifier for vehicle license plates.

ISO code (2-letter)

Two letter country code for this country. This data has to comply with ISO 3166, a standard for coding geographical units.

ISO code (3-letter)

Three letter country code for this country. This data has to comply with ISO 3166, a standard for coding geographical units.

ISO code (numeric)

Numeric country code for this country. This data has to comply with ISO 3166, a standard for coding geographical units.

Object class

Object class for mapping country data in an LDAP schema.

Search mask

Search mask for mapping country data in an LDAP schema.

UTC Offset (average)

Average time difference between country and UTC time. This value is calculated by the DBQueue Processor based on the country‘s time zones.

Language

Language and language code of the country. The language specifies the language for email notification sent to users.

Time zones

The country's time zone. The calculation of processes that are time dependent, such as in the IT Shop, is taken in account by specifying a time zone.

Holidays

National holidays.

States

States within this country.

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State properties

Table 69: State properties
Property Description

State

Name of the state.

State name (national language)

Name of the state in the national language using the national script.

Country

Enter the country that the state belongs to.

Enabled

Use this option to mark the states that your system uses.

Daylight saving time

Specifies whether daylight saving time is taken into account when the difference to UTC time is calculated.

Hours (default)

Specify the working hours which apply across the state. Working hours are taken into account when calculating time periods, for example in the IT Shop.

Capital city

Name of the state's capital.

Capital city (national language)

Name of the capital city in the national language using the national script.

Short name

Code according to ISO 3166-2 for the state, such as CA for California or SN for Saxony.

UTC Offset (average)

Average time difference between country and UTC time. This value is calculated by the DBQueue Processor based on the state‘s time zones.

Language

Language and language code of the country. The language specifies the language for email notification sent to users.

Time zones

The country's time zone. The calculation of processes that are time dependent, such as in the IT Shop, is taken in account by specifying a time zone.

Holidays

Public holidays of the state.

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