|Name||Name of the process plan. Translate the given text using the button.|
|Table||Base object (table) for which the process plan will run.|
|Event||Event to be executed. All base object events are listed for new process plans.|
Schedule that contains the execution time for the process plan.
For detailed information about schedules, see the One Identity Manager Operational Guide.
|Max. execution time||Enter the number of hours after which the process plan should automatically quit.|
|Description||Enter a detailed description of the process plan.|
Limiting condition for elements to which the scheduled task will be applied. The input must satisfy the "WHERE clause" database query syntax.
|Parameter||List of parameters of a parameter collection that are set when the process is generated from this process plan.|
Process components and their process tasks form a framework that all process steps can be based on. The tables Jobcomponent, JobTask and Jobparameter define the complete range of One Identity Manager’s own process components and process task with the associated parameters.
Process tasks are used to carry out single basic jobs at system level, for example, adding directories. A process component consists of one or more process tasks and its parameters.
When a process is created, the parameter templates for the process task are copied and entered in the process step. This means that every process step that uses this process task can pass other parameter values. The original is not altered.
NOTE:The information available for the process components is added through migration and cannot be edited.
To obtain a complete overview of process components and their process tasks and parameters
To display individual process components and their process tasks and parameters
The following table contains short descriptions of the process components.
|NOTE: Additional process components may be available depending on which modules are installed.|
|AutoUpdateComponent||This process component maps the One Identity Manager Service built-in-tasks.|
|CommandComponent||This process component runs any command.|
|DelayComponent||This process component controls the start time of the following process steps.|
|FileComponent||This process component creates, deletes, copies and modifies file and directories and also their access permissions.
The RSync program is a prerequisite for using the process component on Linux operating systems.
The XCacls program is a prerequisite for setting permissions. You can find this in the your server installation resource kit.
|FtpComponent||This process component can transfer file by FTP.|
|HandleObjectComponent||This process component runs default and custom events for database objects. Each assigned default process is generated as in the front-ends. The component also makes it possible to initiate so called CustomEvents for triggering object related generation of a special process.|
|LogComponent||This process component is used to log messages, for example, in the result log.|
|MailComponent||This process component can send emails.|
|PowerShellComponent||This process is used for calling Windows PowerShell. Version 2.0 of Windows PowerShell must be installed.|
This process is used for calling a .NET 4 Windows PowerShell. A version of Windows PowerShell later than 2.0 must be installed.
|ProjectorComponent||This process component contains tasks for synchronizing and provisioning data with the One Identity Manager database.|
|ReportComponent||This process component can create reports and export them in various file formats.|
|ScriptComponent||This process component run the scripts from the assemblies.|
|SQLComponent||This process component runs SQL queries and can be used to determine the number of data records and the existence of data records.|
|ZipComponent||This process component creates or unpacks ZIP files.|
|Display name||Name of component for displaying.|
|Component class||Component class.|
|Assembly name||Name of the component.|
|Description||Description of component functionality.|
|Additional remarks about the process component.|
This value specifies the maximum number of instances in which this process component is allowed to run in a queue in the Job server.
|Configuration||Definition of possible additional options for the component in XML syntax.|
|Name||Name of the process task.|
|Operating system class||Specifies the operating system on which the process task can be run. The Win32, Linux and ALL values are permitted, where the ALL value specifies that this process task is used on any operating system.|
The execution type specifies whether the process components for the process task should be executed internally in One Identity Manager Service (Internal) or externally in a separate process (External).
|Description||Description of the process task.|
This value specifies the maximum number of instances that can be run by One Identity Manager Service in parallel per process task.
|Last step in the partial process tree||Specifies whether a process task is principally marks the end of a partial process tree.|
|Component||Process component to which the process function belongs.|
Direct database connection required
Specifies whether a process task requires a direct database connection.
Exclusive per object
Specifies whether execution of the process task is done exclusively per object. If this option is set, only one specific object is ever executed for a process step with this process function. There is no parallel processing.
|Name||Name of the parameter.|
|Value template||Default template for finding values. When a parameter is added to a process step, the value template is taken from the parameter template. Define value templates in VB.Net syntax.|
|Value template (example)||Example of the value template.|
|Description||Description of the parameter.|
The IN, OUT and INOUT values are permitted.
Parameters of the OUT or INOUT type are parameters that a process component can use to output a value. This value is then available in all subsequent process steps in the process and can be used as a value for parameters of the IN type.
|Optional||Labels the parameter as a mandatory or optional parameter.|
This option specifies whether the parameter is shown in the One Identity Manager Service log file and in the Job Queue Info program. Values for hidden parameters are shown as <HIDDEN>.
|Encrypted||Specifies whether the parameter is encrypted when it is passed.|
|Contains encrypted components||Specifies whether encrypted sequences are contained in this value.|
|Process task||Process task to which the parameter belongs.|
With the One Identity Manager it is possible to create a change history for objects and their properties.This can be used to fulfil reporting duties for internal committees and legal obligations for providing documentary evidence. Different methods can be used to track changes within the One Identity Manager. With this combination of methods, all changes that are made in the One Identity Manager system can be traced.
Data changes can be recorded for add or delete operations on objects and up to and including changes to individual object properties.
Recording process information allows all processes and process steps to be tracked while being processed by One Identity Manager Service.
In the process history, success and error messages from handling each process step in the Job queues are recorded by the One Identity Manager Service.
All entries logged in One Identity Manager are initially saved in the One Identity Manager database. The proportion of historical data to total volume of a One Identity Manager database should not exceed 25%. Otherwise performance problems may arise. You must ensure that log entries are regularly removed from the One Identity Manager database and archived. For detailed information about archiving data, see the One Identity Manager Data Archiving Administration Guide