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Identity Manager 9.2 - Report Subscriptions Administration Guide

Report subscriptions in the One Identity Manager Providing subscribable reports for Web Portal users Creating and editing subscribable reports Sending subscribed reports Configuration parameters for subscribable reports Technical details for inheriting subscribable reports

Configuration parameters for subscribable reports

The following configuration parameters are additionally available in One Identity Manager after the module has been installed.

Table 11: Configuration parameter for report subscriptions
Configuration parameter Meaning

QER | RPS

Preprocessor relevant configuration parameter for controlling model components for report subscriptions. If the parameter is set, the report subscription components are available. Changes to this parameter require the database to be recompiled.

If you disable the configuration parameter at a later date, model components and scripts that are no longer required, are disabled. SQL procedures and triggers are still carried out. For more information about the behavior of preprocessor relevant configuration parameters and conditional compiling, see the One Identity Manager Configuration Guide.

QER | RPS | DefaultReportTemplate

Default report that is used as a template for creating simple list reports.

QER | RPS | DefaultSenderAddress

Sender's default email address for sending automatically generated notifications about report subscriptions. Replace the default address with a valid email address.

QER | RPS | MailTemplateIdents

Mail template names are defined under this configuration parameter which are used in association with report subscriptions.

QER | RPS | MailTemplateIdents | InformCC

Mail template used for sending email notification to a report's subscriber (CC). The report is sent as attachment.

QER | RPS | MailTemplateIdents | InformSubscriber

Mail template used for sending email notification to a report's subscriber. The report is sent as attachment.

QER | RPS | MailTemplateIdents | StoredOnServer

Mail template used for sending email notification to a report's subscriber. The report is stored on the server.

QER | RPS | MailTemplateIdents | StoredOnServerForCC

Mail template used for sending email notification to a report's subscriber (CC). The report is stored on the server.

QER | RPS | StoreSubscription

Specifies whether subscribable reports are not sent by email but are kept in a drop folder. If you enable the configuration parameter, edit the required settings in the QER | RPS | SubscriptionStorageShare and QER | RPS | SubscriptionStorageLifeTime configuration parameters.

QER | RPS | SubscriptionStorageLifeTime

Maximum retention period (in days) that a report is available in the storage share. After this period, reports are deleted.

QER | RPS | SubscriptionStorageShare

Path to the repository for subscribed reports.

Syntax: \\<server>\<share>

Technical details for inheriting subscribable reports

An identity (person table) can receive subscribable report (RPSReport table) directly. An identity also inherits all subscribable reports (including those passed on) of all roles in which they are a member (PersonIn<BaseTree> table) and the subscribable reports of all roles referenced through foreign key relations (Person table, UID_<BaseTree> column). Assignments of subscribable reports to roles are saved in the <BaseTree>HasRPSReport table.

Subscribable reports can be inherited by system roles. For more information, see the One Identity Manager System Roles Administration Guide.

Direct and indirect assignments of subscribable reports to identities are mapped in the PersonHasRPSReport table.

Figure 4: Inheritance with direct assignment of subscribable reports to identities

Figure 5: Inheritance with indirect secondary assignment of subscribable reports to identities

Figure 6: Inheritance with indirect primary assignment of subscribable reports to identities

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