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Oracle Identity Analytics System Integrator's Guide 11g Release 1
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1.  Integrating With Oracle Identity Manager, Preferred Method

2.  Integrating With Oracle Identity Manager, Deprecated Method

3.  Integrating With Oracle Waveset (Sun Identity Manager)

4.  Integrating With Other Provisioning Servers

5.  Authenticating With LDAP

6.  Integrating With Intellitactics Security Manager

7.  Configuring Oracle Identity Analytics For Web Access Control

8.  Customizing The Oracle Identity Analytics User Interface

Before You Begin

Configuring Logos

To Configure a Custom Logo

Configuring Labels

To Modify Menu Labels

To Modify User Labels

Configuring Error Messages

To Modify My Requests Error Messages

To Modify Identity Certification Error Messages

Configuring the Maximum Number of Identity Certification Records That Should Display in the UI

To Modify Identity Certification Batch Sizes in the UI

A.  Oracle Waveset Sample Workflows

Configuring Labels

All labels in Oracle Identity Analytics can be modified or renamed as desired.

To make changes to labels, it is important to understand the structure of two files: and These two files contain the dynamic links to configure labels for the Oracle Identity Analytics user interface.

These files are located in $RBACX_WAR/WEB-INF/classes.

The following procedures describe how to modify the labels of various modules and menu items.

To Modify Menu Labels

  1. Open the file located in $RBACX_WAR/WEB-INF/classes.

  2. Scroll down to the # Menu section of the file.

  3. As needed, modify the existing menu definitions, which are located to the right of the '=' sign, and save the file.

  4. Restart the Oracle Identity Analytics application in a new browser window to view your changes.

An excerpt from the file follows:

# Menus
menu.register=Register info
menu.administration=<span Title='Administration'>Administration 
  <img src="/rbacx/images/arrow.gif"/></span>
menu.logout=Log out
menu.dashboard=<span Title='My Reports'> My Reports</span>
menu.certifications=<span Title='Identity Certification'>Identity 
menu.provisioning=Access Control
menu.audit=<span Title='Identity Audit'>Identity Audit</span> menu.home=Home
menu.settings=<span Title='My Settings'>My Settings</span> 
menu.requests=<span Title='My Requests'>My Requests</span> 
menu.identityWarehouse=<span Title='Identity Warehouse'>Identity Warehouse</span>
menu.users= Users
menu.roles= Roles
menu.businessUnit=Business Unit
menu.reporting=<span Title='Reports'>Reports</span>
menu.roleManagement=<span Title='Role Management'>Role Management</span>
menu.roleEngineering=<span Title='Role Engineering'>Role Engineering</span>
menu.roleEntitlementDiscovery=Role Entitlement Discovery
menu.roleConsolidation=Role Consolidation
menu.myRequest=<span Title='My Request'>My Request</span>
menu.rme=<span Title='Role Engineering'>Role Engineering</span>

To Modify User Labels

  1. Open the file located in $RBACX_WAR/WEB-INF/classes.

  2. Scroll down to the # Identity Warehouse section of the file.

  3. As needed, modify any of the existing user labels, which are located to the right of the "=" sign, and save the file.

  4. Restart the Oracle Identity Analytics application in a new browser window to view your changes.

An excerpt from the file follows:

#################Identity Warehouse ########################### 

user.username= User Name 
user.employeeid= Employee Id 
user.employeetype= Employee Type 
user.firstname= First Name 
user.middlename= Middle Name 
user.lastname= Last Name 
user.allNameRequired=All name's required. user.fullname= Full Name 
user.title= Title 
user.officename= Office Name 
user.street= Street City 
user.state= State/Province Zip/Postal Code Country/Region Phone 
user.extension= Extension Mobile 
user.fax= Fax 
user.filter.pagesize=Page Size user.pager= Pager 
user.pemail= Primary Email 
user.semail= Secondary Email 
user.comments= Comments 
user.suspension= Suspension 
user.gustatus= Global User Status user.startdate= Start Date 
user.enddate= End Date 
user.servicedesk= Service Desk user.status= Status 
user.servicedeskticket= Service Desk Ticket 
user.serverDeskTicket=Server Desk Ticket 
user.customProperty1=Custom Property 1 
user.customProperty2=Custom Property 2 
user.customProperty3=Custom Property 3 
user.customProperty4=Custom Property 4 
user.customProperty5=Custom Property 5 
user.customProperty6=Custom Property 6 
user.customProperty7=Custom Property 7 
user.customProperty8=Custom Property 8 
user.customProperty9=Custom Property 9 
user.customProperty10=Custom Property 10 
user.customProperty11=Custom Property 11 
user.customProperty12=Custom Property 12 
user.customProperty13=Custom Property 13 
user.customProperty14=Custom Property 14 
user.customProperty15=Custom Property 15 
user.customProperty16=Custom Property 16 
user.customProperty17=Custom Property 17 
user.customProperty18=Custom Property 18 
user.customProperty19=Custom Property 19 
user.customProperty20=Custom Property 20 
user.addBusinessUnit=Add Business Unit