Sun Identity Manager Deployment Reference


Confirms the password specified in the password attribute. When the view is used interactively, the form requires you to enter the same values in the password and confirmPassword fields. When the view is used programmatically, such as within a workflow, the confirmPassword attribute is ignored. If you are using this view interactively, you must set this attribute.


Indicates that the specified resource should receive the new password.


Specifies the name of resource. This corresponds to the name of a resource object in the Identity Manager repository.


Identifies the type of resource, such as Solaris. You can determine the resource type names by bringing up the resource list from the Identity Manager Administrator interface. The Type column on this page contains the names of the type of currently defined resources. The options list next to New Resource also contains the names of the resource adapters that are currently installed.


Specifies the identity of the account on this resource, if one has been created.


Indicates whether the account already exists on the resource.


Indicates whether the account is currently disabled.


When set, describes the password policy for this resource. Can be null. It contains these attributes.

Table 3–38 passwordPolicy Attributes (PasswordView)







In addition, it contains view attributes for each of the declared policy attributes. The names of the view attributes will be the same as defined in the policy.

The summary string contains a pre-formatted description of the policy attributes.


If true, indicates that this resource is serving as the pass-through authentication resource for Identity Manager.


(Optional) Describes the location where the password change should occur (for example, the DNS name of a domain controller for Active Directory). The format of the value of this field can vary from resource to resource.


Can be set to a non-null Boolean value to control whether the password is marked as expiring immediately after it has been changed. If null, the password expires by the default if the user whose password is being changed differs from the user that is changing the password.