Deleting Directory Configurations
You can delete the entire directory configuration or just parts of it.
This section discusses how to:
Delete the directory configuration.
Work with the workflow address book.
Deleting the Directory Configuration
Access the Delete Directory page ().
Image: Delete Directory page
This example illustrates the fields and controls on the Delete Directory page.
- Delete Associated Maps
Deletes the authentication and user profile maps from the configuration.
- Delete Associated Searches
Deletes any searches related to the directory configuration.
- Delete Associated Role Rules
Deletes any role rules that you have specified for a configuration.
- Delete Associated Entry Rules
Applies to the PeopleSoft Directory Interface product only.
- Delete Directory Configuration
After you have made the appropriate choices, click this button to perform the delete process. If you click this button with nothing selected, the system deletes only the directory ID and leaves all of the other configuration information intact.
Working with the Workflow Address Book
Access the Address Book page ().
Image: Directory - Address Book page
This example illustrates the fields and controls on the Directory - Address Book page.
Use the Address Book page for configuring LDAP address lookups for use with user-initiated notifications in PeopleSoft Workflow. This page contains the controls needed to retrieve the necessary addresses from the directory. This page applies only if you store user information in a directory.
Connect & Search Info
- Directory ID
Select the directory ID of the directory that you intend to use for authentication.
- Anonymous Bind
If all directory data required for authentication and user profile maintenance is visible to an anonymous connection, select this check box.
- Use Secure Sockets Layer
Select this option if you are implementing an SSL connection between PeopleSoft and the directory.
- Distinguished Name
Enter the DN associated with the directory ID where you want to start the workflow address book search.
- Search Base
Enter the root of the directory information tree under which the system should search for user information.
- Search Scope
Select the search scope for this search. Values are:
Base: Not applicable. You should not use Base on the authentication map.
One: The query searches only the entries one level down from the entry in the Search Base field.
Sub: The query searches the entire sub tree beneath the search base entry.
- Search Limit
Enter the maximum number of search results to return. The maximum is 99999.
- Display Name Attribute
Select the attribute to associate to the display name in the workflow address book.
- Email Attribute
Select the attribute to associate to the email in the workflow address book.
- User ID Attribute
Select the attribute to associate to the user ID in the workflow address book.
- Group Object Class
Select the attribute to associate to the group object class in the workflow address book.
- Member Attribute
Select the attribute to associate to the member attribute in the workflow address book.