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Identity Manager 9.2 - HTML5 Development Guide

About this guide

This guide shows you to view One Identity Manager HTML applications as code and how to understand their internal functionality. You will discover how to create your own HTML applications and implement them.

You can use existing HTML applications from a GitHub repository as templates for this (see Developing HTML applications with the GitHub repository).

Available documentation

The online version of One Identity Manager documentation is available in the Support portal under Technical Documentation. You will find videos with additional information at

Architecture of One Identity Manager HTML applications

The HTML applications are structured as nodeJS applications that use the Angular framework. Generally, any HTML applications that can be compiled as nodeJS applications are supported.

HTML applications use the API Client to communicate with the One Identity Manager API. The API Client is an npm library that is automatically generated and stored to the database during API compilation. The API Client controls all network access on the API Server.

For more information about API development, see the One Identity Manager API Development Guide.

Developing HTML applications with the GitHub repository

You can develop your own HTML applications using the source code of a default HTML applications as a template.

The source code of the standard HTML applications is available in a GitHub repository.

Detailed information about this topic

Angular workspace architecture

The GitHub repository contains the source code for the HTML applications in One Identity Manager.

It is a monorepo that contains the Angular workspace, which consists of applications and libraries.

Each Angular library and application belongs to a folder in the projects directory. The Angular workspace is defined in the angular.json file.

Table 1: Angular libraries



Dependencies within the workspace

qbm Angular library none
qer Angular library qer
tsb Angular plug-in library qbm, qer
att Angular plug-in library qbm, qer
rms Angular plug-in library qbm, qer
aad Angular plug-in library qbm, qer, tsb
aob Angular plug-in library qbm, qer


Angular plug-in library

qbm, qer


Angular plug-in library

qbm, qer


Angular plug-in library



Angular plug-in library

qbm, qer, tsb


Angular plug-in library

qbm, qer

Each Angular library belongs to the One Identity Manager module of the same name.

An Angular library behaves like a regular compile-time dependency.
A plug-in library is loaded dynamically at runtime. This is specified in the plug-in's imx-plugin-config.json files.

Table 2: Angular applications



Project type

Static dependencies


API Server landing page and server management

Angular application



Web Portal

Angular application

qbm, qer


Operations Support Web Portal

Angular application

qbm, qer


Password Reset Portal

Angular application

qbm, qer


CertAccess Web Portal

Angular app


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