Once you have defined account types, you can assign them to a resource. Identity Manager treats each assignment of an account type as a separate account. As a result, each distinct assignment in a role can have different attributes set.
Similar to the single account per resource case, all assignments of a specific type create only one account, regardless of the number of assignments.
Although you can assign users to any number of different types of accounts on a resource, each user can be assigned one account of a given type on a resource. The exception to this rule is the built-in “default” type. Users can have any number of accounts of default type on a resource. It is not recommended that you do this however, as this leads to ambiguity when referencing accounts in forms and views.