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Oracle Identity Analytics Business Administrator's Guide 11g Release 1
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1.  Oracle Identity Analytics Identity Warehouse

Working With Resources

To Create or Modify Resources

To Delete Resources

Working With Applications

To Create Applications

To Schedule a Job for Assigning Users to Applications

Working With Extended User Custom Properties

To Enable Extended User Custom Properties

Working With Orphan Accounts

To Assign an Orphan Account to a User

Creating Business Structure Rules

To Create Business Structure Rules

To Preview Results Of A Business Structure Rules Job

To Run Business Structure Rules Job

To Edit Business Structure Rules

2.  Oracle Identity Analytics Importing

3.  Oracle Identity Analytics ETL Process

4.  Oracle Identity Analytics Data Correlation

5.  Oracle Identity Analytics Role Engineering and Management

6.  Oracle Identity Analytics Workflows

7.  Oracle Identity Analytics Identity Certifications

8.  Oracle Identity Analytics Identity Audit

9.  Oracle Identity Analytics Reports

10.  Oracle Identity Analytics Scheduling

11.  Oracle Identity Analytics Configuration

12.  Oracle Identity Analytics Access Control

13.  Audit Event Log and Import-Export Log

Working With Extended User Custom Properties

Custom properties and extended custom properties save custom user information in the Identity Warehouse. Out-of-the-box, Oracle Identity Analytics features twenty custom properties. If you need more than twenty custom properties, you can enable extended user custom properties and use them the same way.

In the user interface, custom properties are displayed by choosing Identity Warehouse > Users > User Name, and clicking the Custom Properties tab, whereas extended custom properties are displayed by clicking the User Defined Properties tab.

Custom properties and extended custom properties can be populated with user data either by importing the data or by using the user interface.

To Enable Extended User Custom Properties

  1. Open the idw-context.xml file located in $RBACX_WAR/WEB-INF.

  2. Scroll down to the section of the file that contains the comment Add Extended Global User Attributes and locate the following lines:

    <!-- <value>extendedAttribute1</value>-->
    <!-- <value>extendedAttribute2</value>-->
  3. Remove the comment tags from around the extended property lines. (Remove the <!-- and --> tags for each extended attribute that you want to enable.)

    To create additional extended user properties, copy and paste additional extended property values in the idw-context.xml file and increment the number as needed (for example, extendedAttribute3, extendedAttribute4, and so on).

  4. Change extended attribute label names as needed by editing the file and adding a line for each extended user property. For example:

    user.extendedAttribute1=Sample Label Name 1 
    user.extendedAttribute2=Sample Label Name 2

    See To Modify User Labels for more information.