Sun Identity Manager 8.1 Business Administrator's Guide

ProcedureTo Map Process Types

  1. In the Administrator interface, select Server Tasks from the menu, and then select Configure Tasks.

    Figure 9–1 illustrates the Configure Tasks page.

    Figure 9–1 Initial Configure Tasks Page

    Figure illustrating the initial Configure Tasks page.

    The Configure Tasks page contains a table with the following columns:

    • Name. Provides links to the Create User, Delete User, and Update User Templates.

    • Action. Contains one of the following buttons:

      • Enable. Displays if you have not enabled a template yet.

      • Edit Mapping. Displays after you enable a template.

        The procedure for enabling and editing process mappings is the same.

    • Process Mapping. Lists the process type mapped for each template.

    • Description. Provides a short description of each template.

  2. Click Enable to open the Edit Process Mappings page for a template.

    For example, the following page (Figure 9–2) displays for the Create User Template.

    Figure 9–2 Edit Process Mappings Page

    Figure showing the page that displays for the Create
User Template.

    Note –

    The default process type (in this case, createUser) automatically displays in the Selected Process Types list. If necessary, you can select a different process type from the menu.

    • Generally, you do not map more than one process type for each template.

    • If you remove the process type from the Selected Process Types list and do not select a replacement, a Required Process Mappings section displays instructing you to select a new task mapping.

      Figure showing the Required Process Mappings section.
  3. Click Save to map the selected process type and return to the Configure Tasks page.

    Note –

    When the Configure Tasks page re-displays, an Edit Mapping button replaces the Enable button and the process name is listed in the Process Mapping column.

    Figure 9–3 Updated Configure Tasks Table

    Figure showing an updated Configure Tasks table with
the process name listed in the Process Mapping column.

  4. Repeat the mapping process for each of the remaining templates.

Verifying Your Mappings