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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 all translations

NOTE: Before changing a translation, check how it is used.

To display and edit all translation in the Language Editor

  1. In Designer, select Base data.
  2. Start the Language Editor using Edit translation in database.
  3. Select the languages of the translations you want to edit under Select languages in the toolbar.
  4. To identify entries for which no translation is currently available, click .
  5. Use filters to limit how much data is displayed, if necessary.
    • Click with the mouse in a column header to sort by the selected column.
    • To limit column entries, click on the arrow in the column header. This opens a text box into which you can enter filter text. If a filter is defined, the column header displays an icon. To delete the filter, click the arrow in the column header and select Remove filter.
    • You can also enter add a filter to the toolbar using Filter. The icon applies the filter to the key and the translations. To reset the filter, click the . The icon can also be used to create and save additional filter queries with wildcards, full-text search or SQL queries.

      When you double-click an entry in a translation field to unlock and highlight it, the selected text is automatically copied to Filter in the display.

  6. Edit the translations.
    1. Double-click the input field to unlock it and enter the translation.
    2. Once you have checked a translation, set the translation to Checked.

After the changes have been committed to the main database, the system data must be recalculated by the DBQueue Processor in order make the new multi-language data available to all system users.

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Changing the key text of a translation

Use this task to change the key of a translation (Entrykey) in the DialogMultiLanguage table and the source text on all objects that use this key, such as a column name or description.

IMPORTANT: Before changing a key text, check how the translation is used.

To change a key text

  1. In Designer, select Base data.
  2. Start the Language Editor using the task Language Editor.
  3. In the column Key for the required entry, select the context menu Edit key.

Importing translations

The default One Identity Manager installation is supplied in the languages English - United States [en-US] and German - Germany [de-DE]. Other languages are made available with a One Identity Manager Language Pack CSV files for translating the Web Portal.

NOTE: You will find the One Identity Manager Language Pack in the Support Portal under https://support.oneidentity.com/.

The import:

  • Creates the translations in the table DialogMultiLanguage.
  • Updates currently existing entries based on the key, the table and the column.
  • Deletes the entries.

To import the language files

  1. In Designer, select Base data.
  2. Start the Language Editor using the task Language Editor.
  3. In the editor toolbar, click .
  4. Select *.CSV files with the required language and click Open.

    This starts the import. The process may take some time.

  5. Commit the changes to the main database. Use Database | Save to database.

    After the changes have been committed to the main database, the system data must be recalculated by the DBQueue Processor in order make the new multi-language data available to all system users.

Process orchestration in One Identity Manager

One Identity Manager uses so called 'processes' for mapping business processes. A process consists of process steps, which represent processing tasks and are joined by predecessor/successor relations. This functionality allows flexibility when linking up actions and sequences on object events. Processes are modeled using process templates. A process generator (Jobgenerator) is responsible for converting script templates in processes and process steps into a concrete process in the ’Job queue’.

The One Identity Manager Service server service is used to process the information managed in the One Identity Manager database within the network. The One Identity Manager Service performs data synchronization between the database and any connected target systems and executes actions at the database and file level. The One Identity Manager Service retrieves process steps from the JobQueue. Process steps are executed by process components. The One Identity Manager Service also creates an instance of the required process component and transfers the process step parameters. Decision logic monitors the execution of the process steps and determines how processing should continue depending on the results of the executed process components. The One Identity Manager Service enables parallel processing of process steps because it can create several instances of process components.

The One Identity Manager Service is the only One Identity Manager component authorized to make changes in the target system.

To monitor the process handling, use the Job Queue Info program. For more detailed information, see the One Identity Manager Process Monitoring and Troubleshooting Guide.

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