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An application is a collection of multiple resource types and resources. You can select the resource type and resources to be included in the application and enter metadata around applications.
Log in to Oracle Identity Analytics.
Choose Identity Warehouse > Applications.
Click the New Application button.
The Create Application page opens.
Complete the form.
Name - Enter the name of the application.
Version - Enter version details.
Description - Enter a description for the application.
Environment - Enter environment details.
Comments - Enter comments, if applicable.
Status - Set the status as active or inactive. You can schedule a user assignment for the application only if the application is in the active state.
The Add Owners page opens.
Click the Add Owner button.
The Search dialog box opens.
Search for the user to add as the application owner.
For help using Search, see Searching for a User.
The Attributes and Attribute Values page opens.
Click the Add Attribute button.
The Add Attribute Values window opens.
From the table select the resource types, resources, attribute names, and attribute values. Click OK.
You do not have to select from all four columns.
The summary page opens.
In Oracle Identity Analytics, you cannot use the user interface to manually add users to (or remove users from) applications. Instead, after you create an application, you need to schedule a job using configuration files. The job scans all users and assigns the users who have an account in the selected resource type to the application.
To enable a scheduling job, edit the scheduling-context.xml file located in the $RBACX_HOME/WEB-INF folder.
To schedule a job, edit the jobs.xml file located in the $RBACX_HOME/WEB-INF folder.
For detailed instructions, see Scheduling a Job by Editing the Configuration Files
Remember to restart the application server after editing the configuration files.
Note - If you select two or more attribute values from the same resource, users who are associated with any one of the selected attribute values are assigned to the application. However, if you select one or more attribute values from multiple resources, users who have an account in all the multiple resources will be assigned to the application.