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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

Creating a simple column

Technical details
  • The technical identifier for the column is automatically formed according to the CCC_<column name> schema.

To create a simple column in the Schema Extension

  1. On the Configure columns page, click .
  2. Select Simple column and enter the name of the column under Column name.
  3. Click OK.
  4. On the Configure columns page, enter at least the following information.

    Table 183: General column properties

    Property

    Description

    Required field

    Specifies whether a column must be filled.

    Data type

    Column data type. Permitted .Net data types are listed in a pop-up menu. These are represented internally as SQL data types.

    Length

    Column length. The column length is only specified for the .Net data type String.

    Display name

    Specifies how the column is labeled.

  5. (Optional) Click to configure more column properties.For more information, see Advanced configuration of columns.
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Creating a foreign key column

Restrictions
  • The referenced table has a one-column primary key.
Technical details
  • The technical identifier for the column is automatically formed according to the CCC_<column name> schema.
  • Foreign key columns are created with the String data type and a length of 38 characters.
  • The table relations and column relations are generated automatically.
    • The relation IDs follow the naming convention:

      CCC-<database ID>-<4 digit sequential number>

    • If a foreign key column is added to a database view, the relation IDs follow the naming convention:

      CCC-<database ID>-<4 digit sequential number> <Name of referenced table>

    • If a column from a base table is referenced using the Base table table type, the table relations and column relations are also created for the base table.
    • Validation of referential integrity is done by DLL or triggered.

To create a foreign key column in the Schema Extension

  1. On the Configure columns page, click .
  2. Select Foreign key column and enter the following data.
    • Column name: Enter the name of the column. If possible, the name of the foreign key column should correspond to the name of the referenced table's primary key.
    • From table: Select the referenced table.
  3. Click OK.
  4. On the Configure columns page, enter at least the following information.

    • Required field: Specifies whether a column must be filled.
    • Display name: Specifies how the column is labeled.

  5. Click and enter the following information in the Key column values tab.

    Table 184: Properties for foreign key columns
    Property Remarks
    Foreign key Indicates whether the column is a foreign key column. Enable the option.
    From table Referenced table for foreign key relations.
    Delete restrictions Restriction for testing referential integrity when deleting an object
    Insert restrictions Restriction for testing referential integrity when inserting an object
  6. (Optional) You can also configure more column properties.For more information, see Advanced configuration of columns.

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Creating a dynamic foreign key column

Technical details
  • The technical identifier for the column is automatically formed according to the CCC_<column name> schema.
  • Dynamic foreign key columns are created with the String data type and a length of 138 characters.

To create a dynamic foreign key column in the Schema Extension

  1. On the Configure columns page, click .
  2. Select Dynamic foreign key columns and enter the name of the column under Column name.
  3. Click OK.
  4. On the Configure columns page, enter at least the following information.

    • Required field: Specifies whether a column must be filled.
    • Display name: Specifies how the column is labeled.

  5. Click and enter the following information in the Dynamic foreign key tab.

    Table 185: Properties for foreign key columns
    Property Remarks
    Referenced table Select the tables to be referenced. All tables are permitted, if there are no restrictions.
    Delete restrictions Restriction for testing referential integrity when deleting an object
    Insert restrictions Restriction for testing referential integrity when inserting an object
  1. (Optional) You can also configure more column properties.For more information, see Advanced configuration of columns.
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Creating a new column for database views of View type

If the table to be expanded is a database view with the View table type, the selection of new columns is restricted to custom columns of the underlying base table. You can only select custom columns from the base table that are not yet used in the view.

  • First extend the base table by a new column (simple column or foreign key column).
  • Then you extend the database view with the new columns.

To create a new column for database views with the View type in theSchema Extension

  1. On the Configure columns page, click and enter the following information.
    • Column name: Enter the name of the column.
    • Base column: Select the base table column that you want to add to the database view.
  2. Click OK.
  3. (Optional) Click to configure more column properties.For more information, see Advanced configuration of columns.
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