mromero2805 Absent Member.
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Exclude subordinate application

Hi,
We have Identity Governance client version 3.0.2-SNAPSHOT and
we use an IdM Application Soruce (IdM Application Permission Collector). This IdM Application Soruce have 10 subordinate application, but now we tried to find the way to exclude two subordinates applications from IdM Application source collection and publication but it's no way (apparently) to do that. Anybody have an idea to exclude these apps?

All of this in a test environment, so if you need more information I'm available to share.

Thanks and regards.
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Re: Exclude subordinate application

On 1/9/19 5:26 PM, mromero2805 wrote:
>
> Hi,
> We have Identity Governance client version 3.0.2-SNAPSHOT and
> we use an IdM Application Soruce (IdM Application Permission
> Collector). This IdM Application Soruce have 10 subordinate application,
> but now we tried to find the way to exclude two subordinates
> applications from IdM Application source collection and publication but
> it's no way (apparently) to do that. Anybody have an idea to exclude
> these apps?
>
> All of this in a test environment, so if you need more information I'm
> available to share.
>
> Thanks and regards.
>
>

Greetings,
It is not possible in the IDM Permissions Collector to limit this
information.

--
Sincerely,
Steven Williams
Principal Enterprise Architect
Micro Focus
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mromero2805 Absent Member.
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Re: Exclude subordinate application

Thank you Steve, we're gonna check onother options.

Regards.
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rivey Respected Contributor.
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Re: Exclude subordinate application

Have you tried using transforms on the permission data that has that driver to return outputValue = 'DELETE_OBJECT', then on the application, look for the name of the apps you want to exclude and do that same transform there. In order to accomplish this, you may need to edit the collector config to make some fields not "hidden" so you can apply transforms.
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Re: Exclude subordinate application

On 1/17/19 8:56 AM, robertivey wrote:
>
> Have you tried using transforms on the permission data that has that
> driver to return outputValue = 'DELETE_OBJECT', then on the application,
> look for the name of the apps you want to exclude and do that same
> transform there. In order to accomplish this, you may need to edit the
> collector config to make some fields not "hidden" so you can apply
> transforms.
>
>

Greetings,
I would strongly recommend one to not adjust the the IDM Permission
Collector Template.

--
Sincerely,
Steven Williams
Principal Enterprise Architect
Micro Focus
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