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Oracle® Fusion Middleware Developer's Guide for Oracle Identity Manager
11g Release 2 (11.1.2)

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A

account status reconciliation, 16.3.1.2
action field, 8.20
actions, 3.5.2
activeRequest, 32.10
adapter, 8.19, 8.19.1
mapping, 8.19
Adapter Factory, 1.1.14, 2.1.2.2.3
adapter mapping information, 8.19
Adapter Variables, 8.7
Adapters, 8.4
adapters
compilation, 37.5.11
entity adapter variable mappings, 8.19.2.4
literals, 8.19.1.3
organization definition, 8.19.1.5
prepopulate adapter variable mappings, 8.19.2.5
process definition, 8.19.1.6
process task adapter variable mappings, 8.19.2.2
references, 8.19.1.4
rule generator adapter variable mappings, 8.19.2.4
task, 8.19.1
task assignment adapter variable mappings, 8.19.2.3
task mapping, 8.19.1
tasks, 8.19.1.2
user definition, 8.19.1.7
variable, 8.19.2
variable mapping, 8.19.2
variables, 8.19.1.1
add
custom SoD engine, 22.10.2
addRequest, 32.3
ADF component
hiding and deleting, 30.4.8
admin role, 3.1.1
API services, 2.1.2.1
APIs, 31
commonly used services, 31.3
developing clients for Oracle Identity Manager, 31.4
legacy APIs, 31.5
OIMclient, 31.1.1
Oracle Identity Manager services, 31.1, 31.2
reconciliation, 23.6
tcUtilityFactory, 31.1.2
application instance, 4
connected, 4
disconnected, 4
approval
operation level, 21.1.2
request level, 21.1.2
approval policy, 21.1.2
approval workflow, 2.1.3.1
architecture, 2
Business Services Tier, 2.1.2
Data Tier, 2.1.4
Platform Services, 2.1.2.3
Presentation Tier, 2.1.1
reconciliation, 23.2
tiers, 2.1
Archiving Directory parameter, 17.1
archiving directory, permissions on, 17.1
assigning and event handler or adapter, 4.3.4.2.4
asynchronous SoD validation process, 22.8.2
Attaching Pre-Populate Adapters, 8.17.1
Attaching Process Task Adapters to Process Tasks, 8.18.2
Attaching Task Assignment Adapters to Process Tasks, 8.16.1
attestation
definition, 1.1.13
attribute-level security, 3.1.2
denied attributes, 3.1.2
attributes, adding new, 14.6.2
audit and compliance management
attestation automation, 1.1.13
comprehensive reporting, 1.1.13
identity reconciliation, 1.1.13
rogue and orphan account, 1.1.13
audit and reports, 2.2
audit engine, 39
audit levels, 39.1
audit management, 1.1.13
auditing
audit levels, 39.1
audit messages, 39.3
authorization policies, 2.1.3.2

B

backend security, 3.5
Batch Size parameter, 19.2.4.2
batched reconciliation, 16.3.1.4, 19.2.4.2
batchsize parameter, 23.1.1.2
best practices
Deployment Manager, 37.5
event handler, 28.6
reconciliation, 23.10
BPEL process, 21.1.2
Bulk Load, 2.2
Bulk Load utility, 24
cleaning up, 24.9
creating a datafile, 24.2.2.2
creating a tablespace, 24.2.2.1
creating input source, 24.4.2
features, 24.1
fixing exceptions, 24.4.6
gathering performance data, 24.8
generating audit snapshot, 24.4.8
handling exceptions, 24.4.5
input parameters, 24.4.3
installing, 24.2.1
loading account data, 24.5
loading OIM User data, 24.4
loading role, role hierarchy, role membership, and role category data, 24.6
monitoring progress, 24.4.4
options, 24.2.1.3
preparing your database, 24.2.2
running, 24.3
scripts, 24.2.1.1
setting default password, 24.4.1
temporary tables, 24.2.1.2
verifying the outcome, 24.4.7
bulk orchestration, 28.1
bulk reconciliation, 23.1.1.5

C

callback
definition, 34.1
callback service, 34
configuring, 34.4
event processing, 34.1.2
mapping attributes, 34.2
overview, 34.1
retries, 34.1.3
sending callbacks, 34.3
troubleshooting, 34.5
CallbackConfiguration.xml, 34.4
callbacks, 34
callback service, 34
event processing, 34.1.2
challenge questions
customization, 30.8
child data sets, 16.2.1, 16.2.1, 16.2.2, 16.2.3, 16.2.3, 19.2.4.3.1, 19.2.4.3.4, 19.5.3.1, 20.2.2
Code, 8.20
common services, 2.2
components, 2.2
Concatenation Transformation Provider, 17.5.1
configuration
callbacks, 34.4
configure
integration with LDAP, 2.1.4.4.1
plug-in, 27.4
reports, 38.6
scheduled task plugin.xml, 26.5
scheduled task XML file, 26.3
SoD engine, 22.5
configuring LDAP container rules, 25
connected application instance, 4
Connector Framework, 2.1.2.2.1
connector load balancer, 14.1
connector objects, 16.4, 19.2.4.5, 19.3.3, 19.5.6
connector performance
indexes, 23.10
connector server, 14.1
connectors, 2.1.2.2.1
containerID field, 19.2.4.3
context, 29
converting disconnected application instance to connected, 4.4
create, 5.3.1
process definition, 5.3.1
scheduled task, 26.1.1
transformation layer, 22.10.1.2
Create a Remote Task, 8.8.3
Create a Response, 8.12.1
Create a Stored Procedure Task, 8.8.4
Create a Utility Task, 8.8.5
Create an Oracle Identity Manager API Task, 8.8.6
create directory structure
scheduled task, 26.6
Creating Adapter Tasks, 8.8
creating IT resources, 4.1
creating SOA composite, 21.3.1
CSV files, 20.1.2
CSV Reconciliation Format Provider, 17.2, 18.1.1, 18.3.1
Custom Authentication Credentials Namespace parameter, 17.3.2
Custom Authentication Header Element parameter, 17.3.2
Custom Element to Store Password parameter, 17.3.2
Custom Element to Store User Name parameter, 17.3.2
custom event handler, 28.2
custom events definition XML, 28.3.2
custom help topics
adding, 30.6.1
custom post-process event handler, 28.3.1.3
custom providers, 16.3.2.2, 18, 19.5.5
custom SoD engine, 22.2
customize
interface, 30
reconciliation operations, 23.4
UI, 30
customizing
interface, 30
customizing challenge questions, 30.8
customizing Help, 30.6

D

Data Object Manager, 28.9
data sets, 19.2.4.3
child, 16.2.1, 16.2.1, 16.2.2, 16.2.3, 16.2.3, 19.2.4.3.1, 19.2.4.3.4, 19.5.3.1, 20.2.2
fields, adding or editing, 19.2.4.3.1
OIM, 19.2.4.3, 19.2.4.4, 19.5.3.5
OIM - Account, 20.2.2, 20.2.2
OIM - Account data set, 16.2.3
OIM - User, 20.2.2
OIM - User data set, 16.2.3
OIM Data Sets, 16.2.3
Provisioning Staging, 19.2.4.3
Provisioning Staging data sets, 16.2.2
Reconciliation Staging, 16.2.1, 19.2.4.3, 20.2.2
Source, 19.2.4.3
Source data set, 16.2.1
data types, A.1, A.1
database, 2.1.4.1
database back up, 37.5.14
date formats, 16.3.2.4
declare
plug-ins, 27.5.2
implicit declaration, 27.5.2
define metadata
scheduled task, 26.2
defining event metadata, 33.2.1.1
defining IT resources, 4.3.2.1
definition data, 37.5.3
delegated administration, 1.1.6
Delete a Response, 8.12.3
deleteRequest, 32.5
Deleting Adapter Tasks, 8.11
deleting IT resources, 4.2.3
denied attributes, 3.1.2
deploy
reports, 38.5
service components, 22.10.2.4
SOA composites, 21.3.2
transformation layer, 22.10.1.3
deploying SOA composite, 21.4.5.8
Deploying the Request web service, 21.4.2.1
Deployment Manager, 1.1.1, 37
best practices, 37.5
exporting deployments, 37.2
exporting system objects, 37.5.1
features, 37.1
importing deployments, 37.3
limitations, 37.1
troubleshooting, 37.8
Description field, 8.20
Design Console, A
design parameters, 19.2.4.2
develop
clients for Oracle Identity Manager, 31.4
event handler, 28
LDAP synchronization operations, 25
plug-ins, 27
scheduled task, 26
scheduled task class, 26.4
developing
identity connectors using .NET, 11
developing flat file .NET connector, 11.1
developing notification events, 33
disable
SoD, 22.6.2
Disabling Adapters, 8.6
disconnected application instance, 4
converting to connected application instance, 4.4

E

EL, 30.4.1
EL expression, 30.4.1
Email Definition form, 5.2
E-Mail Notification, 5.3.3.6.1
assign, 5.3.3.6.1
enable
SoD, 22.6.1
enable logging
SoD-related events, 22.13
entitlements
marking fields, 22.9
Entity Adapters, 8.13
entity adapters, 37.5.12
event callbacks
sending, 34.3
event handler, 28.1
best practices, 28.6
custom event handler, 28.2
developing, 28
developing LDAP synchronization operations, 25
migrating, 28.7
post-process, 28.3.1.3
squencing the execution, 28.4
troubleshooting, 28.8
XML definition, 28.3.2
Event Handler Manager Form, 28.9.1
event handlers, 4.3.4.2.4
event metadata
defining, 33.2.1.1
exception handling, 18.2.5
exclusion lists, 14.4
Execution Schedule, 8.5.2
export descriptions, 37.5.6
exporting data
dependencies, 37.5.8
extending
request management operations
prepopulating an attribute, 21.7.3
running custom code, 21.7.1
validating request data, 21.7.2

F

FacesUtils class, B
failure threshold for stopping reconciliation, 16.3.1.6
features, 1.1
field-level security, 3.5.3
File Encoding parameter, 17.1
File Prefix parameter, 17.1
Fixed Column Width parameter, 17.1
flat file .NET connector, 11.1
form names, 17.1, 19.2.4.4, 20.2.1
full reconciliation, 16.3.1.3
functional and data security mapping, 3.2

G

General tab, 5.3.3.1
generate
Oracle Identity Management reports, 38.7
generating reports
against sample data source, 38.7.1
against the BPEL-based JDBC data source, 38.7.3
against the production JDBC data source, 38.7.2
Generic Technology Connector, 2.1.2.2.4
generic technology connector
connector objects, 16.4, 19.2.4.5, 19.3.3
generic technology connector framework
features, 16.3
generic technology connectors
account status reconciliation, 16.3.1.2
architecture, 16.2
batched reconciliation, 16.3.1.4
creating, 19.2
data sets
See data sets
date formats, 16.3.2.4
exporting, 19.3.2
features, 16.3
full reconciliation, 16.3.1.3
functional architecture, 16.2
importing, 19.3.3, 20.2.1
incremental reconciliation, 16.3.1.3
managing, 19.3
mappings, purpose, 16.2
modifying, 19.3.1, 19.5.7
need for, 16.1
providers
See providers
provisioning module, 16.2.2, 16.2.2
reconciliation of multivalued attribute data deletion, 16.3.1.5
troubleshooting, 20
configuration issues, 20.2
general issues, 20.1
trusted source reconciliation, 16.3.1.1
GTC, 2.1.2.2.4

H

handling race conditions, 23.1.3.2
Help, 30.6
adding inline help, 30.6.2
custom help topics, 30.6.1
Help URL, 8.20
high availability, 2.1.4.1
Home page customization, 30.7
horizontal tables, 23.1.1.7, 23.1.3.1
How a Process Task Adapter Works, 8.18.1
Human task, 21.1.2

I

ICF, 2.1.2.2.2
best practices and FAQs, 15
filter syntax, 12.8
GroovyFilterBuilder, 12.8
integration with Oracle Identity Manager, 12
architecture, 12.2
Java APIs, 13
predefined scheduled tasks, 12.7
ID Attribute for Child Dataset Holding Group Membership Information parameter, 17.3.2
ID field, 19.2.4.3, 19.2.4.3, 19.2.6
Identity Administration, 2.2
identity connector, 2.1.2.2.2
common customizations, 14
connector load balancer, 14.1
connector server, 14.1
developing identity connectors using .NET, 11
ICF Provisioning Manager, 12.5.1
Oracle Identity Manager lookups, 12.3
resource exclusion list, 14.4
SSL for connector server and Oracle Identity Manager, 14.5
target system attributes, 14.6
transformation of data during user reconciliation, 14.3
validation of data during reconciliation and provisioning, 14.2
Identity Connector Framework, 2.1.2.2.2
identity connector, 2.1.2.2.2
identity connector framework
bundle JAR, 9.5
Java Connector Server, 9.6.1
.NET Connector Server, 9.6.2
server, 9.6
SSL, 9.6.1.5
identity store, 2.1.4.3
implementing taskflow region, 3.5.1
importing data, 37.5.15
incremental reconciliation, 16.3.1.3
inline help
adding, 30.6.2
integrated solutions
Adapter Factory, 1.1.14
predefined connectors, 1.1.14
Integration, 5.3.3.2
integration
Oracle Identity Manager and LDAP, 2.1.4.4
integration services, 2.1.2.2
integration solutions, 1.1.14
Issue Audit Messages Task, 39.3
IT Resources Type Definition Form, 4.3.2
IT resources, creating, 4.1
IT resources, deleting, 4.2.3
IT resources, managing, 4.2
IT resources, modifying, 4.2.2
IT resources, viewing, 4.2.1

J

Java Connector Server, 9.6.1

K

Key field, 8.20

L

LDAP, 2.1.4.3, 2.1.4.4
container rules, 25
LDAP container rules
configuring, 25
LDAP identity store, 2.1.4.4
provisioning, 2.1.4.4.2
reconciliation, 2.1.4.4.5
LDAP integration
configuring, 2.1.4.4.1
LDAP synchronization operations
developing event handlers, 25
listTargets, 32.7
logging, 18.2.5, 18.2.5
Lookup Definition form, 7.1, 7.2
lookup fields, 19.2.4.3.1
Lookup Query, A.1

M

managed beans, 30.10
managing IT resources, 4.2
managing sandboxes, 30.2
mapping
Identity Manager and SPML attributes, 34.2
Mapping Rule Generator Adapter Variables, 8.14.1
mappings, 16.3.2.1, 19.2.4.3, 19.2.4.3.1, 19.5.3.4
examples of, 19.2.4.3
limitations, 20.2.2
transformation mappings, 20.2.2
mark fields as entitlements, 22.9
MDS, 2.1.4.2
MDS backup, 36.1.5
menu items, for creating generic technology connectors, 19.2.3
metadata, 19.2.4.3
deleting from MDS, 36.1.3
exporting to MDS, 36.1.1
importing from MDS, 36.1.2
metadata definition
See metadata detection
metadata detection, 18.1.1, 19.2.4.2, 19.2.4.3, 19.3.1, 19.5.2, 20.2.4
Metadata Store, 2.1.4.2
modify
approval workflow for SoD, 22.8.1
provisioning workflow for SoD, 22.8.2
registration XML file, 22.10.1.4
registration XML file for SoD engine, 22.10.2.5
Modify a Response, 8.12.2
Modify an Adapter Variable, 8.7.2
Modifying Adapter Tasks, 8.9
modifying IT resources, 4.2.2
modifying process tasks, 5.3.3
modifyRequest, 32.4
multilanguage support, 16.3.2.3, 18.2.7, 20.1.2
Multiple server instances, 1.1.4
multiple trusted source reconciliation, 4.3.4.3

N

naming conventions, 37.5.4
.NET Connector Server, 9.6.2
.NET connector server
deploying the connector bundle, 11.2
Note field, 8.20
notification
custom notification, 33.2
definition, 34.1
event metadata XML, 33.2.1
troubleshooting, 33.3
notification event, 33.1
developing, 33
Notification tab, 5.3.3.6
notification template, 33.1

O

OAACG SIL Provider, 22.2, 22.2, 22.2, 22.2
objectClass field, 19.2.4.3
OES, 3
OES policies, 3.4
OIA SIL Provider, 22.2
OIM - Account data set, 16.2.3, 20.2.2, 20.2.2
OIM - User data set, 16.2.3, 20.2.2
OIM Data Sets, 16.2.3
OIM data sets, 19.2.4.3, 19.2.4.4, 19.5.3.5
OIM User, 16.3.2.5
open architecture, 1.1.5
operational data, 37.5.3
operation-level approval, 21.1.2
Oracle Application Access Controls Governor, 22.2, 22.5.1, 22.7.1, 22.10.1, 22.10.1.4, 22.10.1.5.1, 22.10.2, 22.10.2.2, 22.10.2.5
Oracle e-Business Suite, 22.5.1, 22.10.1, 22.10.1.5.1, 22.10.2
Oracle e-Business User Management, 22.2, 22.8, 22.8.2
Oracle Entitlements Server, 3
Oracle Identity Analytics, 22.5.3
Oracle Identity Management reports, 38.1
Oracle Identity Manager
architecture, 2
components, 2.2
connectors, 2.1.2.2.1
features, 1.1
LDAP integration, 2.1.4.4
security architecture, 3
security model, 3.1
system requirements, 1.2
tiers of architecture, 2.1
Oracle Identity Manager APIs, 31
Oracle Identity Manager reports, 2.1.3.5
orchestration, 28.1
Organization Provisioning, A.1
organizational hierarchy
exporting, 37.5.5

P

partner link, 21.1.2
password fields, 19.5.3.2, 20.1.3
password-like fields, 19.5.3.3, 20.1.3
permissions, for creating generic technology connectors, 19.2.3
plug-in
configuring, 27.4
Plug-in store
database store, 27.1.2.2
file store, 27.1.2.1
Plug-in stores, 27.1.2
Plug-in Framework, 2.1.2.3.1
plug-ins
declaring, 27.5.2
implicit declaration, 27.5.2
developing, 27
directory structure, 27.5.1
registering, 27.6
using APIs, 27.6.1
using registration utility, 27.6.2
policy migration, 37.7
policy obligations, 3.1.3
preconfigured SoD connectors
Oracle e-Business User Management, 22.2, 22.8, 22.8.2
SAP User Management connector, 22.2, 22.8
predefined providers
CSV Reconciliation Format Provider, 17.2, 18.1.1, 18.3.1
Shared Drive Reconciliation Transport Provider, 17.1, 18.3.1, 19.5.2, 19.5.2, 19.5.4
SPML Provisioning Format Provider, 17.3, 18.1.1, 18.2.1.2, 18.3.2
Transformation Provider, 17.5
Validation Provider, 17.6
Web Services Provisioning Transport Provider, 17.4, 18.2.1.2, 18.3.2
predefined request datasets, 21.6
Process Definition form, 5.3
process engine, 1.1.10
process forms, 17.1, 19.2.4.4, 20.1.2, 20.2.1
providers
definition, 16.2
parameters, design, 19.2.4.2
parameters, run-time, 19.2.4.2
Provisioning Format Providers, 16.2.2, 18.1.1, 19.2.4.1
Provisioning Transport Providers, 16.2.2, 18.1.1, 19.2.4.1
Reconciliation Format Providers, 16.2.1, 18.1.1, 18.2.1.1, 19.2.4.1
Reconciliation Transport Providers, 16.2.1, 18.1.1, 18.2.1.1, 19.2.4.1
resource bundles, 18.2.7
reusing, 18.3
role, 18.1
selecting, 19.2.4.1
Transformation Provider, 16.2.2
Transformation Providers, 16.2.1, 19.2.4.3.1
Validation Providers, 16.2.1, 19.2.4.3.1
XML files, 18.2.6, 18.2.6
See also predefined providers
provisioning, 1.1.15, 2.2
application instance, 4
Oracle Identity Manager to LDAP, 2.1.4.4.2
provisioning callback, 21.1.2
Provisioning Format Providers, 16.2.2, 18.1.1, 19.2.4.1
Provisioning Staging, 16.2.2
Provisioning Staging data sets, 19.2.4.3
Provisioning Transport Providers, 16.2.2, 18.1.1, 19.2.4.1
PSO
regarding mapping, 34.2
publishing entities, 3.3

R

Reconcile Deletion of Multivalued Attribute Data parameter, 19.2.4.2
reconciliation
action module, 23.2.7.2
action rules, 23.2.2, 23.2.7.2
adding new attributes, 14.6.2
ad-hoc linking, 23.1.2, 23.1.3.3
APIs, 23.2.5
architecture, 23.2
archival, 23.2.9
auto retry, 23.1.1.2, 23.1.3.2
backward compatibility, 23.2.10
batches, 23.1.1.4
best practices, 23.10
bulk, 23.1.1.5
connector, 23.2.8
engine, 23.2.7
error messages, 23.9
features, 23.1
horizontal tables, 23.1.1.7, 23.1.3.1
interface, 23.2.11
Java engine, 23.1.1.6
LDAP to Oracle Identity Manager, 2.1.4.4.5
mapping rules, 23.2.2
matching module, 23.2.7.1
matching rules, 23.2.2
metadata, 23.2.2
parameters, 23.1.1.2
batchsize, 23.1.1.2
performance enhancements, 23.1.1
profile, 23.2.1
race conditions, 23.1.3.2
RECON_EXCEPTIONS table, 23.9
run, 23.2.4
schema, 23.2.6
target, 23.2.3
target attributes, 23.2.2
troubleshooting, 23.8
Reconciliation Engine, 2.2
reconciliation engine, 23.2.7
action module, 23.2.7.2
matching module, 23.2.7.1
Reconciliation Format Providers, 16.2.1, 18.1.1, 18.2.1.1, 19.2.4.1
reconciliation of multivalued attribute data deletion, 16.3.1.5
reconciliation operations
customizing, 23.4
reconciliation profile, 23.5
changing profile mode, 23.5.2
updating, 23.5
Reconciliation Staging data sets, 16.2.1, 19.2.4.3, 20.2.2
Reconciliation Transport Providers, 16.2.1, 18.1.1, 18.2.1.1, 19.2.4.1
Reconciliation Type parameter, 19.2.4.2
register
new target system, 22.10.1.5
plug-ins, 27.6
using APIs, 27.6.1
using registration utility, 27.6.2
SIL provider, 22.10.2.6
registration XML file
modifying, 22.10.1.4
related groups of objects
exporting, 37.5.2
Remedy field, 8.20
Remote Manager, 2.1.2.2.5
Remote Manager form, 7.1, 7.3
removing an e-mail notification, 5.3.3.6.2
Removing Process Task Adapters from Process Tasks, 8.18.3
Removing Rule Generators from Form Fields, 8.14.3
Removing Task Assignment Adapters from Process Tasks, 8.16.2
renaming the JDBC-based JDBC data source, 38.7.3
report permissions, 37.5.13
reporting, 2.1.3.5
reports, 38.1
configuring, 38.6
deploying, 38.5
generating, 38.7
Oracle BI Publisher, 38.2
repository, 2.1.4.1
request, 21.1.2
request callback, 21.1.2
request dataset, 21.6
predefined, 21.6
request management operations, 21.7
extending, 21.7
prepopulating an attribute, 21.7.3
running custom code, 21.7.1
validating request data, 21.7.2
request payload, 21.1.2
request service, 2.1.3.1, 2.1.3.1
request web service, 21.1.2
request-level approval, 21.1.2
Reset Count field, 8.20
resource bundles, 18.2.7
Resource Objects form, 4.3.1
Resources, 8.5.3
Responses, 8.5.6
resumeRequest, 32.9
reusing providers, 18.3
role permissions, 37.5.13
Rule Designer form, 4.3.1
rule elements, A.1, A.1
run-time parameters, 19.2.4.2

S

sample XML
scheduled task, 26.3
sandbox, 30.2
sandboxes
activate, 30.2
activating, 30.2.3
concurrency conflicts, 30.2.1
creating, 30.2.2
deactivate, 30.2
deactivating, 30.2.3
deleting, 30.2.8
export, 30.2
exporting, 30.2.5
import, 30.2
importing, 30.2.5
managing, 30.2
publish, 30.2
publishing, 30.2.6
reverting changes, 30.2.9
viewing and modifying, 30.2.4
SAP CUA, 22.10.1.5.1
SAP GRC, 22.2, 22.5.2, 22.7.2, 22.10.1, 22.10.2
SAP GRC SIL Provider, 22.2, 22.2, 22.2
SAP R/3, 22.5.2, 22.10.1.5.1
SAP User Management connector, 22.2, 22.8
scheduled task
configuring XML file, 26.3
creating, 26.1.1
creating directory structure, 26.6
defining metadata, 26.2
developing, 26
developing scheduled task class, 26.4
Issue Audit Messages Task, 39.3
sample XML file, 26.3
scheduled task plugin.xml
configuring, 26.5
scheduled tasks, 37.5.11
parameter matching, 37.5.9
scheduler service, 2.1.3.4
Scheduling Rule Generators, 8.13
SDK table
updates, 37.5.16
security
actions, 3.5.2
attribute-level security, 3.1.2
backend security, 3.5
field-level security, 3.5.3
functional and data security mapping, 3.2
implementing taskflow region, 3.5.1
OES policies, 3.4
policy obligations, 3.1.3
publishing entities, 3.3
UI-level security, 3.5
security architecture, 3
security model, 3.1
Segregation of Duties, 2.1.2.3.2
service account
management tasks, A.2
service accounts, A.2, A.2
service components
deploying, 22.10.2.4
Severity field, 8.20
Shared Drive Reconciliation Transport Provider, 17.1, 18.3.1, 19.5.2, 19.5.2, 19.5.4
SIL, 22.2
SIL provider, 22.2
registering, 22.10.2.6
SIL providers, 22.2, 22.4, 22.10.1.4, 22.10.2.5
OAACG, 22.2, 22.2, 22.2
OIA, 22.2
SAP, 22.2, 22.2
SILConfig.xml, 22.10.1.5.1, 22.10.1.5.1, 22.10.1.5.2, 22.10.2.6
SOA composite, 21.1.2
creating, 21.3.1
deploying, 21.4.5.8
SOA composites
deploying, 21.3.2
SoD, 2.1.2.3.2, 22
custom target system, 22.10.1
disabling, 22.6.2
enabling, 22.6.1
enabling logging, 22.13
modifying approval workflow, 22.8.1
modifying provisioning workflow, 22.8.2
provisioning workflow, 22.12
request provisioning with DefaultSoDApproval, 22.12.7
SoD Invocation Library, 22.2
troubleshooting, 22.14
validation process, 22.1
SoD check Web service, 22.7.3
SoD engine
configuring, 22.5
custom, 22.10.2
modifying registration XML file, 22.10.2.5
SoD engines
Oracle Application Access Controls Governor, 22.2, 22.5.1, 22.7.1, 22.10.1, 22.10.1.4, 22.10.1.5.1, 22.10.2, 22.10.2.2, 22.10.2.5
Oracle Identity Analytics, 22.5.3
SAP GRC, 22.2, 22.5.2, 22.7.2, 22.10.1, 22.10.2
SoD target systems
Oracle e-Business Suite, 22.5.1, 22.10.1, 22.10.1.5.1, 22.10.2
SAP CUA, 22.10.1.5.1
SAP R/3, 22.5.2, 22.10.1.5.1
Source, 16.2.1
Source data sets, 19.2.4.3
Source Date Format parameter, 19.2.4.2
Specified Delimiter parameter, 17.1
SPML, 32
activeRequest, 32.10
addRequest, 32.3
attributes and LDAP mappings, 32.15
deleteRequest, 32.5
examples, 32.16
general considerations, 32.2
listTargets, 32.7
modifyRequest, 32.4
resumeRequest, 32.9
securing Web services, 32.13
statusRequest, 32.6
suggestUsername, 32.12
suspendRequest, 32.8
validateUsername, 32.11
XSD, 32
SPML attributes, 34.2
SPML operations, supported, 17.3
SPML Provisioning Format Provider, 17.3, 18.1.1, 18.2.1.2, 18.3.2
SPML Web Service Binding Style (DOCUMENT or RPC) parameter, 17.3.2
SPML Web Service Complex Data Type parameter, 17.3.2
SPML Web Service Operation Name parameter, 17.3.2
SPML Web Service Soap Message Body Prefix parameter, 17.3.2
SPML Web Service Target Namespace parameter, 17.3.2
SSL
and identity connector framework, 9.6.1.5
communication between connector server and Oracle Identity Manager, 14.5
SSL, configuring for SoD validation, 22.10.2.2
SSL, configuring for Web services, 17.4.1
Staging Directory (Multivalued identity data) parameter, 17.1
Staging Directory (Parent identity data) parameter, 17.1
staging directory, permissions on, 17.1
standard target system attributes, 14.6.1
statusRequest, 32.6
Step 1 Provide Basic Information page, 16.4, 17.2, 19.2.4.1, 19.2.4.5, 19.5.1
Step 2 Specify Parameter Values page, 19.2.4.2, 19.2.4.5, 19.5.2, 19.5.2
Step 3 Modify Connector Configuration page, 17.1, 19.2.4.3, 19.2.4.5, 19.5.3, 20.1.2, 20.1.2
Step 4 Verify Connector Form Names page, 17.1, 19.2.4.4, 19.2.4.5, 20.1.1
Step 5 Verify Connector Information page, 19.2.4.5, 20.1.1
Stop Reconciliation Threshold parameter, 19.2.4.2
Stop Threshold Minimum Records parameter, 19.2.4.2
suggestUsername, 32.12
suspendRequest, 32.8
system objects
exporting, 37.5.1
system requirements, 1.2

T

Tab Delimiter parameter, 17.1
Tabs of the Adapter Factory Form, 8.5
Target Date Format parameter, 19.2.4.2
Target ID parameter, 17.3.1
target system
registering, 22.10.1.5
Task Dependency tab, 5.3.3.3
task flow
securing, 30.5.2
taskflow region, 3.5.1
transformation, 14.3
transformation layer
creating, 22.10.1.2
deploying, 22.10.1.3
Transformation Providers, 16.2.1, 16.2.2, 17.5
Concatenation Transformation Provider, 17.5.1
Translation Transformation Provider, 17.5.2
Transformation providers, 19.2.4.3.1
Translation Transformation Provider, 17.5.2
troubleshooting
callbacks, 34.5
Deployment Manager, 37.8
event handlers, 28.8
notification, 33.3
reconciliation, 23.8
trusted source reconciliation, 16.3.1.1, 19.2.4.1

U

UDF, 20.1.3
UI customization, 30
adding a link, 30.4.7
branding and logo, 30.4.6
concepts, 30.1
customizing Home page, 30.7
customizing skins, 30.3
developing managed beans, 30.10
EL expression, 30.4.1
hiding and deleting ADF component, 30.4.8
pages, 30.4
securing task flow, 30.5.2
showing and hiding attributes, 30.4.9
showing and hiding components, 30.4.2
showing request profiles conditionally, 30.4.3
transitional UI, 30.9
Web Composer, 30.1.3
UI-level security, 3.5
Unique Attribute (Parent Data) parameter, 17.1
update
reconciliation profile, 23.5
Usage Lookup, 8.5.5
user account menu items, 19.2.3
user account permissions, 19.2.3
user account status reconciliation, 17.5.2.1, 17.5.2.1, 19.2.4.3.1, 19.2.4.3.1
user modifiable metadata files, 36.1.4
User Name (authentication) parameter, 17.3.1
User Password (authentication) parameter, 17.3.1
utilities, 35
Bulk Load, 24
Delete JAR, 36.2.3
Delete Resource Bundle, 36.2.6
deployment and undeployment, 35
Download JAR, 36.2.2
Download Resource Bundle, 36.2.5
test to production, 35
Upload JAR, 36.2.1
Upload Resource Bundle, 36.2.4

V

validateUsername, 32.11
Validation Providers, 16.2.1, 19.2.4.3.1
Validation Providers, predefined, 17.6
value objects, 18.2.3
Variable List, 8.5.4
variables, A.1, A.1
viewing IT resources, 4.2.1

W

warnings, 37.5.7
Web Composer, 30.1.3
Web Service SOAP Action parameter, 17.3.2
Web Service URL parameter, 17.4
Web Services Provisioning Transport Provider, 17.4, 18.2.1.2, 18.3.2
Web services, configuring SSL for, 17.4.1
Web-based user self-service, 1.1.7
workflow
architecture, 21.1.3
BPEL process, 21.1.2
concepts, 21.1.2
deploying SOA composite, 21.4.5.8
deploying the Request web service, 21.4.2.1
developing workflow, 21.4
Human task, 21.1.2
overview, 21.1.1
partner link, 21.1.2
provisioning callback, 21.1.2
request callback, 21.1.2
request payload, 21.1.2
request web service, 21.1.2
SOA composite, 21.1.2
workflow and policy
deprovisioning, 1.1.15
dynamic error handling, 1.1.12
policy management, 1.1.12
provisioning, 1.1.15
request tracking, 1.1.12
transaction integrity, 1.1.12
workflow management, 1.1.12
workflow and request service, 2.2
workflow architecture, 21.1.3
workflows, 21.1.1
Working with Responses, 8.12
WSSE Configured for SPML Web Service? parameter, 17.3.2

X

XML files
generic technology connectors, 19.2.4.5
providers, 18.2.6