6.2 What’s New

6.2.1 What’s New in Version 4.0.4

This version of the driver enables you to configure Secure Network Communications (SNC) settings for both primary connection and secondary connection. You can inherit SNC settings for secondary connections from primary or other secondary connections by referencing the logical system name of the connection. For more information, see SAP SNC mode in Driver Settings in the NetIQ Identity Manager Driver for SAP User Management Fan-Out Implementation Guide.

6.2.2 What’s New in Version 4.0.3

This version of the driver does not provide any new features.

6.2.3 What’s New in Version 4.0.2

This version of the driver provides support for configuring the driver for Secure Network Communications (SNC) with the SAP system. SNC provides additional protection of stronger authentication methods and encryption than the default security options provided by SAP.

SNC is disabled by default in the driver configuration. To enable SNC, you must specify SNC configuration for the driver. For more information, see Configuring Secure Network Communications.

6.2.4 What’s New in Version

This version of the driver does not provide any new features.

6.2.5 What’s New in Version

The driver provides the following features:

  • Supports SAP NetWeaver 7.3 and later. For more information, see Role and Profile Assignment Polling Interval:.

  • Provides driver content in packages instead of through a driver configuration file.

  • Uses SAP JCO3 APIs.

  • Supports renaming of user accounts. The rename event copies all the information from the old user to the newly created user. For more information, see Rename Operation.

  • Supports the SAP logon functionality. For more information, see Driver Options.