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Oracle® Identity Manager Connector Guide for RSA Authentication Manager
Release 9.0.4

E11207-08
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A Attribute Mappings Between Oracle Identity Manager and RSA Authentication Manager

The following table discusses attribute mappings between Oracle Identity Manager and RSA Authentication Manager.

Note:

Some Asian languages use multibyte character sets. If the character limit for the fields in the target system is specified in bytes, then the number of Asian-language characters that you can enter in a particular field may be less than the number of English-language characters that you can enter in the same field. The following example illustrates this limitation:

Suppose you can enter 50 characters of English in the User Last Name field of the target system. If you were using the Japanese language and if the character limit for the target system fields were specified in bytes, then you would not be able to enter more than 25 characters in the same field.

Oracle Identity Manager Attribute RSA Authentication Manager Attribute Description
Group Login chLogin Login ID of this user when logged in as a member of a specific group

If a group login ID is not defined, the user's regular default login is used.

Group Name chName Name of the group
Token Serial Number chSerialNum Serial number
Pin Pin Sets a PIN for a specified token that is assigned to a user
Set Pin bCreatePIN Specifies whether or not users can create their own PINs

The value can be True or False.

Curent Token Code Not mapped to an attribute in RSA Authentication Manager DB Token code that is displayed on the token device

There is no designated field in the target to store it.

Set PIN to NTC iNextTCodeStatus Specifies that the next autogenerated token code must be taken as the PIN for the user
Lifetime (Hours) datePWExpires Date on which the password expires
Number of Digits iNumDigits Number of digits returned in the password generated for emergency access after a token is set to the LOST state
Set Lost bLost Specifies whether or not the token device is lost

The default is NOT LOST.

Type of Token iType Token type

The token can be a hardware token device or a software token authenticator.

Copy Protection Flag bSoftID_CopyProtected Specifies whether or not copy protection is enabled

The value can be True or False.

Password chOTPasswordsSB Password to be provided by the RSA Authentication Manager administrator in order to access an RSA SecurID software token XML file

If there is no password associated with the file, then an empty string can be passed.

Password Usage and Interpretation Method method Password usage and interpretation method

The value can be any one of the following:

  • 0: No password

  • 1: Static password

  • 2: Default login

  • 3: Default login appended to static password

Software Token File Name Not mapped to an attribute in RSA Authentication Manager DB Software token file name path

There is no designated field in the target to store/represent it.

Encryption Key Type iTokenVersion Version of the token algorithm
Type of Algorithm iSeedSizeType Specifies the algorithm type

The value can be any one of the following:

  • SID: For 64-bit encryption

  • AES: For 128-bit encryption

First Name chFirstName First name
Last Name chLastName Last name
Default Login chDefaultLogin Default login ID