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How hide the roles assigned inside the "request status"


Hi,

I use a JDBC Driver to syncronize the roles inside the Oracle Database
to the IDVault.

I use a scheduled job every night at 23:00 to read the role assignments
from the target system and import in IDM.

The users in the UserApp section in the "request status" part can see
the resource assoiation that everynight the Driver sync.
I don't want to show that information to the users. My idea is to find a
way to hide these information from the user's view: is there any way o
do so?

Thank you very much

Andrea


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Re: How hide the roles assigned inside the "request status"

On 03/15/2013 11:04 AM, aguerini wrote:
>
> Hi,
>
> I use a JDBC Driver to syncronize the roles inside the Oracle Database
> to the IDVault.
>
> I use a scheduled job every night at 23:00 to read the role assignments
> from the target system and import in IDM.
>
> The users in the UserApp section in the "request status" part can see
> the resource assoiation that everynight the Driver sync.
> I don't want to show that information to the users. My idea is to find a
> way to hide these information from the user's view: is there any way o
> do so?
>
> Thank you very much
>
> Andrea
>
>

Greetings,

1) How are you creating the objects in the Vault? Because direct LDAP
or LDIF writes are not supported to create these kinds of objects. The
only supported means to do this is:

1) User Application UI
2) SOAP/REST endpoints
3) Designer
4) RMA

2) If a request is for a User, then it will appear in their Request
History. You could lower the clean-up of Role & Resource Requests from
the default of 7 days to 1 day. The setting is in the Role Resource
Service Driver.

For Workflows, the default retention is 120 days and that is controlled
in the Administration area of the User Application.

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Re: How hide the roles assigned inside the "request status"


Hi,
you can probably completely hide the 'Request Status' section removing
rights for users under Administration -> RBPM Provisioning and Security
-> Navigation Access Permissions.

In the opposite, I think that you cannot filter the records displayed on
the 'Request Status' section.

Best regards,

Alessandro

aguerini;226666 Wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I use a JDBC Driver to syncronize the roles inside the Oracle Database
> to the IDVault.
>
> I use a scheduled job every night at 23:00 to read the role assignments
> from the target system and import in IDM.
>
> The users in the UserApp section in the "request status" part can see
> the resource assoiation that everynight the Driver sync.
> I don't want to show that information to the users. My idea is to find a
> way to hide these information from the user's view: is there any way o
> do so?
>
> Thank you very much
>
> Andrea



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Re: How hide the roles assigned inside the "request status"

On 03/21/2013 05:14 AM, afolli wrote:
>
> Hi,
> you can probably completely hide the 'Request Status' section removing
> rights for users under Administration -> RBPM Provisioning and Security
> -> Navigation Access Permissions.
>
> In the opposite, I think that you cannot filter the records displayed on
> the 'Request Status' section.
>
> Best regards,
>
> Alessandro
>
> aguerini;226666 Wrote:
>> Hi,
>>
>> I use a JDBC Driver to syncronize the roles inside the Oracle Database
>> to the IDVault.
>>
>> I use a scheduled job every night at 23:00 to read the role assignments
>> from the target system and import in IDM.
>>
>> The users in the UserApp section in the "request status" part can see
>> the resource assoiation that everynight the Driver sync.
>> I don't want to show that information to the users. My idea is to find a
>> way to hide these information from the user's view: is there any way o
>> do so?
>>
>> Thank you very much
>>
>> Andrea

>
>

Greetings,
You can filter.

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Steven Williams
Lead Software Engineer
NetIQ
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Re: How hide the roles assigned inside the "request status"


Hi, I meant that the administrator cannot choose which items must be
visible on the 'Request Status' section. Is this wrong?

Thanks. Best regards,

Alessandro

Steven Williams;226827 Wrote:
>
>
> Greetings,
> You can filter.
>
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>
> Sincerely,
> Steven Williams
> Lead Software Engineer
> NetIQ



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