|Oracle® Identity Manager Connector Guide for Oracle E-Business Employee Reconciliation
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This chapter provides an overview of the updates made to the software and documentation for the Oracle E-Business Employee Reconciliation connector in release 22.214.171.124.
See Also:The earlier release of this guide for information about updates that were new for that release
The updates discussed in this chapter are divided into the following categories:
This section describes updates made to the connector software.
This section describes major changes made to this guide. These changes are not related to software updates.
The following sections discuss software updates:
The following are software updates in release 126.96.36.199_6728655:
Instead of using the
apps target system account for connector operations, you can now use scripts provided in the connector installation package to create an account and assign the minimum required privileges to the account.
See "Configuring the Target System" for more information.
The following are issues resolved in release 188.8.131.52_6728655:
|6006892 and 6656960||You had to use the APPS User with full privileges for connector operations.||You can now create a target system account for connector operations with the required privileges. Scripts have been provided in the connector installation package for creating this target system account. See "Configuring the Target System" for more information.|
The following are software updates in release 184.108.40.206:
From Oracle Identity Manager release 9.1.0 onward, the Administrative and User Console provides the Connector Installer feature. This feature can be used to automate the connector installation procedure.
The following languages have been added to the list of supported languages:
See "Multilanguage Support" for more information.
The following are issues resolved in release 220.127.116.11:
|6924495||If a new attribute added for reconciliation had the same column name as an existing attribute, then the values of the attribute were not reconciled correctly. This occurred even if both columns were in different tables in the target system database.||This issue has been resolved. An attribute that you add for reconciliation can have the same column name as that of an existing mapped attribute.|
The following are software updates in release 18.104.22.168:
OracleHREmp.Organization Name parameter has been removed from the following sections:
In "Employee Reconciliation Scheduled Tasks", the name of the scheduled task has been changed from
Reconcile Ora HR Emp Non Trusted to
Reconcile Ora HR Emp Target Resource.
The following are issues resolved in release 22.214.171.124:
|7420297||You use the
||This issue has been resolved. Users are reconciled into the organization whose name you specify as the value of the
Note: The organization you specify must exist in Oracle Identity Manager.
The following sections discuss documentation-specific updates:
The "Tables Used During Reconciliation" section has been added.
The procedure described in "Adding Custom Attributes for Reconciliation" has been modified.
Appendix B, "query.properties File" has been added. This appendix describes the variables in the
In the "Verifying Deployment Requirements" section, changes have been made in the "Target system" row.
From this release onward:
The minimum certified release of Oracle Identity Manager is release 126.96.36.199.
The minimum certified release of JDK is release 1.4.2.
See "Verifying Deployment Requirements" section for the complete listing of certified components.