February 10, 2012
This document contains the known issues for the Identity Manager Roles Based Provisioning Module, Version 3.7. See Section 3.0, Issues Fixed in 3.7 for a list of the IDM Roles Based Provisioning Module 3.6.1 issues that were fixed in this release.
The documentation resources are refreshed regularly. Corrections and enhancements are made as needed. Please check the Roles Based Provisioning Module 3.7 Product Documentation Web site for updates. For Designer 3.5 Readme notes, see Designer 3.5 Readme.
The following features have been added in the 3.7 release:
The Work Dashboard provides a single, consolidated user interface for all end-user functions within the Identity Manager User Application. The provides a convenient way to manage tasks, resources, and roles. In addition, it allows you to review the status of requests, and change settings within the User Application. The presents only the most relevant features of the application, allowing you to focus on your work.
The new resource model enables you to:
Request resource assignments and manage the approval process for resource assignment requests
Check the status of your resource requests
Ais any digital entity such as a user account, computer, or database that a business user needs to be able to access. The User Application provides a convenient way for end users to request the resources they need. In addition, it provides tools that administrators can use to define resources. Resources are mapped to entitlements.
The new security model provides support for three general categories of administrators and managers:
The Domain Administrator is an administrator who has the full range of capabilities within a particular domain, which gives a user assigned to be this type of administrator the ability to perform all operations on all objects within the domain for all users.
The Domain Manager is a delegated administrator who has the ability to perform selected operations for a subset of authorized objects within the domain for all users.
The Team Manager is a business line manager who can perform selected operations for a subset of authorized objects within the domain, but only for a designated set of users (team members).
REST support includes the following services:
Password Management and SSO services
Work Items service
Workflow Process and Definitions service
Single Sign-On (SSO) support provides these features:
Easy way to integrate single sign on functionality into the User Application
Support for Kerberos and SAP
The following sections describe known issues in Version 3.7 of the Roles Based Provisioning Module:
The following themes are supported in Version 3.7:
Neptune (new theme introduced in this release)
Several of the themes introduced in earlier versions of the User Application have been deprecated in this release. The following themes have been deprecated:
These themes are no longer supported with the current release. You cannot select any of these themes on thepage on the tab.
The Manilla, Linen, Medico, and IDMStandard themes will most likely be removed in a future release. If you use any of these themes, you should migrate them to Version 3.7 of the User Application. If you use a custom theme that is based on one of the deprecated themes, you need to follow these steps to migrate the theme:
Look inside the theme.css for your custom theme and copy any custom selectors (new or edited) from this theme into either the BlueGloss or Neptune theme.
Save a new custom theme, which now includes your customizations as well as selectors from the BlueGloss or Neptune theme.
This section provides the steps required to allow a typical user to perform self-modification procedures within the Detail Portlet on the Novell User Application 3.0.x.
To allow a user to perform self modification:
In iManager go to Configure -> iManager Server -> Configure iManager -> Misc Tab.
Check the Checkbox next to 'Enable "[this]".
In iManager go to View Objects and navigate to the container of interest (i.e.: support-idm.novell).
Select the container where the users are (i.e.: users.support-idm.novell) and choose Modify Trustees.
Press the Add Trustee button and select [This].
Select the 'Assigned Rights' link to the right of [This].
Do not make any changes to [All Attribute Rights] or [Entity Rights]
Add the attribute 'Object Class', select the Write and Self Assigned Rights, and then enable Inherit.
Add the attribute(s) you are interested in (i.e. Title), select the Write and Self Assigned Rights, and then enable Inherit.
In the Designer for Novell Identity Manager, make sure that the attribute(s)that were added in Step II. B.3. above have 'Edit' enabled in the Directory Abstraction Layer in the Entity that is to be modified. If the attribute was not editable, please enable Edit and deploy.
Restart the JBoss Application Server.
Test the application.
In Internet Explorer 7, if a user enters their password in the login screen, and presses the Backspace key while still in the Password field, the NVDA reader will read out the characters entered in the password, which reveals the password. This behavior does not occur on FireFox.
This is a known problem with the NVDA Reader software.
On Firefox 188.8.131.52 and 184.108.40.206, the user is unable to change his own password by using Change Password link under password management.
This problem is reproducible by performing these steps on Firefox 220.127.116.11 and 18.104.22.168:
Login to the User Application with valid user credentials.
Click on Identity Self-Service.
Click on Change Password link under password Management.
Provide the details in the fields Old password, New password and Retype password and click on the Submit button.
After performing these steps, the user should see a message confirming the password change. Instead, no message is displayed and the password is not changed. The page remains the same. If the user then clicks on any other link in the User Application (such as Organization Chart) the user is redirected to the login page.
When running a FireFox 3 browser, if you access the SSO Configuration page on the Administration tab and click in the browse fields, the user interface will pop-up the browse functionality. This is a known issue in GWT. For more information, see https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=258875.
On FireFox 22.214.171.124, if you attempt to save a locale, you may see an error message instead of a confirmation message. After the error message has been displayed, if you click on any link, or tab within the User Application, the login page is displayed. If you are planning to use FireFox 2, you need to use the last version (126.96.36.199), since FireFox stopped supporting version 2 of their browser.
In version 3.7.0 of the Novell Identity Manager Roles Based Provisioning Module (RBPM), the proprietary Novell GroupWise Portlets have been completely removed. If you are upgrading from a previous version of the RBPM, the Novell GroupWise Portlets will be removed during the upgrade process.
There are open source JSR-168 Novell GroupWise Portlets available. To learn more about these portlets please go to http://developer.novell.com/wiki/index.php/Novell_Collaboration_Portlets.
The Novell Collaboration Portlets have instructions on how to deploy them to the JBoss portal and to the Liferay portal.
The Novell Collaboration GroupWise Portlets will not run in the RBPM portal, at this time. We have logged Bug 476982 with the Developers responsible for these portlets to have this issue resolved. If you require the use of the GroupWise Portlets with RBPM portal, you will need to use both the RPBM portal and one of the two portals listed above until a blocking issue has been resolved. Alternatively, you might try using the RPBM version 3.7.0 and a previous version that still contains the proprietary Novell GroupWise Portlets.
When running configupdate standalone mode, if user checks "Use External Password WAR" checkbox, the external war name will be renamed to the name specified in Forgot Password Link field. For example, if the Forgot Password Link is entered as: http://localhost:8080/NewExtWar/jsps/pwdmgt/ForgotPassword.jsp, then the external forgot password war name will be renamed to NewExtWar.war.
After the above step is done, at the end of configupdate process, if the rename is successful, the following message is displayed:
Renaming external war file from /data/novell/trunk/runtime/build-library/ExtPwdMgt.war to /data/novell/trunk/runtime/build-library/NewExtWar.war is successful, please update configupdate.sh or configupdate.bat parameter -extFile to reflect renamed war name.
Renaming the WAR file name is a manual process. To complete this process, you need to edit configupdate.sh or configupdate.bat to modify the -extFile parameter to reflect new external forgot password war file name. To complete the example shown above, you would you need to change the parameter as follows:
-extFile /data/novell/trunk/runtime/build-library/NewExtWar.war in above case.
On Internet Explorer 7, if you attempt to generate a Roles List Report with Business level specified as the role level, the following error message appears if you’re using Adobe Reader 8.0:
Internet Explorer cannot display the page
This is a known issue with Adobe Reader 8.0. To correct this problem, you need to update your reader.
When migrating from RBPM 3.6 to 3.7, you need to ensure that the case sensitivity setting is consistent between the 3.6 database and the 3.7 database. In addition, you need to use ansi mode, and use the same characterset & collation values.
To set the case sensitivity, you need to make sure the value of lower_case_table_names is consistent between database versions while migrating. Here is an example showing how this value is set:
If you create a role or resource assignment, and then remove it, you will see a message indicating that the assignment has been removed, but the assignment is still listed. If you refresh the page, you will likely see that the assignnent has been removed. This is caused by a caching issue.
The Administration tab in the User Application does not include a left navigation link to the new Resource service. This functionality is not available in this release. This feature may be added in a future release.
On Firefox 2, some of the fields in thedialog for Role and Resource Assignments do not show a cursor when you click on the fields. This is a known Firefox 2 bug.
Role requests that have not been processed (that have a status of 0) are sometimes not reevaluated after the Role Service driver has been restarted. For example, suppose a Role Service driver (TestRoleDriver) points to a User Application A (misconfiguration). The User Application pointing at the driver B submits the request to assign a role to a user. Since no Role driver has been configured for User Application driver B, the request is never picked up. The TestRoleDriver is reconfigured to point at User App driver B and restarted. However, the status of existing role requests never changes from 0 and the requests are not processed.
This behavior can be seen in Internet Explorer and FireFox.
If you perform a default eDirectory installation and apply a password policy (that has email password to user action) to an existing user, then login as this user and perform a forgot password procedure, you may see a message that saysafter answering the challenge response questions.
To fix this issue, perform these two steps:
Add the following two lines to the pre_ndsd_start script located at in /etc/init.d:
NDSD_TRY_NMASLOGIN_FIRST=true export NDSD_TRY_NMASLOGIN_FIRST
This should be done on any server that may handle NMAS logins via LDAP.
Restart eDirectory to apply the change.
For more information, see “How to Make Your Password Case-Sensitive”.
When you create a role or separation of duties (SoD) constraint, you need to be sure not to include certain characters. The following characters are not supported in role and separation of duties (SoD) constraint names:
< > , ; \ " + # = / | & *
Spaces at the beginning or end of the name are automatically stripped out.
In the Compliance Tab > View Attestation Request Status > Request Details, the Filter by Attestation Result does not always work when also changing the Status filter criteria. Some attester rows will still appear that do not match the filter criteria. As a workaround, choose Status and click Filter, then choose Attestation Result and click Filter again.
Issues have been encountered using Novell Secure Login 6.1 and 7.0 with the Role Based Provisioning Module in the area of password management. These issues will be addressed in a future release of Novell Secure Login.
In the lookahead support for Roles or Resources, there may be a problem with selecting the last item in the lookahead list, if the list shows the last value as the one with the fewest letters and there is only one word. For example, suppose you type Test, and the following values appear in the list in the following order:
If you select Test, when you click elsewhere, Test2 will be selected. The end user can get around this by instead of typing Test search for Test by clicking the Finder icon. The Role Administrator can try adding temporary roles that start with Test, then deleting them, to make the issue go away.If the list is sorted properly (as shown below), this problem will not occur:
Inscreen on the Tab, the function does not always work when the user also changes the filter criteria. Some attester rows will still appear that do not match the filter criteria. As a workaround, choose and click , then choose and click again.
The timeout filter is not working in thelist on the when an end user logs in. When a provisioning Team Manager logs in, and is not managing someone else, the timeout filter does not work either. When he is managing another user, the timeout filter works as expected. When a Provisioning Administrator or Provisioning Manager logs in, the time out filter also works as expected.
While using Firefox 3.0.5 to browse the Work Dashboard and interact with other parts of the application, you may see an error message appear with the following text
Permission denied to get property Window.JUICE. The message is not indicative of a real error or an issue with the application. To correct this behavior, upgrade to the latest version of Firefox 3.0.
It is possible to open more than one dialog when double clicking links within the Roles, Resources, and SoD sections of the User Application. For example, if you select a role and double click the edit link, you may see two instances of the dialog appear. To workaround this issue, simply close the extra dialog.
If the cn for a user includes a * or +, the User Application displays a blank page at login time. Do not use these characters in a login name.
Role requests that are created by the User Application before a Role and Resource Driver has been started for the first time will not be processed. These requests will have a status ofin the User Application. If your User Application has requests in this state, they can be processed by performing a synchronize on the Role and Resource Driver. Be aware that the synchronization process may take some time depending on the size of the tree.
RBPM 3.7 uses GWT (Google Web Toolkit), which stores application code in a file that is intended to be cached by the user's browser rather than be loaded for each user session. It is therefore recommended that you enable caching on the browser in order to obtain the best performance.
An administrator, using Internet Explorer 7 or 8, who attempts to add or update awithin the page of the User Application, should fill out the details for the or the before editing the localized values for the application name, using the expanded language list. Once the language list has been expanded, the Object Selectors used in the detail settings will no longer display.
To correct the display problems associated with the Object Selectors, close the settings window by canceling the edit, or save the incomplete details, then reopen the settings and the Object Selectors should function correctly.
A validation message should appear for invalid values but does not in some cases for fields within the Resource Assignment window or Approval Quorum Percentage. This is the case, for example, after the user clicks Clear then Submit or enters the %, $, or - characters.
In thesection of the User Application, the Browse buttons for and in the and area are not localized. These buttons always appear in English as
A fully localized version of the browser must be installed (meaning full version of Spanish Firefox or Internet Explorer must be installed). Simply changing the language in the browser from English to another language will not cause these HTML controls to translate. These HTML controls are controlled not by the UA, but rather by the browser. This is the default HTML control behavior.
When navigating quickly, the user may see occasional data loading errors in the User Application. This behavior is expected because the AJAX control cannot complete its server calls.
The Report Administrator system role introduced in this release has not been implemented yet. The role is available for assignment in the Role Catalog, however, attempts to assign this role generate a runtime exception. In the user interface, nothing appears to happen when the assignment is requested.
The Report Administrator role functionality will be implemented in a future release.
It is not possible for a Team Manager to create team delegate assignments by using the assignment type of.Only Provisioning Managers who have been assigned explicit permissions to perform delegate assignments for a PRD can create a delegate assignment for that PRD using the assignment type of .
Running a Roles Report generates a PDF. If the browser does not have a PDF plugin installed, you are prompted to save a file, and you need to specify the filename. To avoid this situation, please ensure that you have the Adobe PDF plug-in installed before running the report.
The Organization Chart does not show images in print view. If the Print icon is selected on the Organization Chart portlet, the printable view displays the chart appropriately but does not include the user images.
If the configuration administrator changes the value ofto zero on the page under the tab, the page fails to display Task Notifications, Resource Assignments, Role Assignments, and Requests Status details. In addition, the Role Catalog, Resource Catalog and SOD Catalog pages on the Roles and Resources tab, as well as the Administrator Assignments page on the Administration tab, fail to display any results.
When theis set to zero, the pages listed above should be displayed with all the results, and the default number of results displayed per page should be zero. Instead, the pages do not display any results, and the browser hangs when you expand the Request Status section on the Work Dashboard.
If you set the JAASManager Log level to TRACE on thepage and then restart the User Application, the following error message is displayed in the Stack Trace:
com.novell.common.auth.saml.ConfigureException: Failed to initialize SSO due to improper environment. at com.novell.common.auth.saml.AuthTokenGenerator.<init>(AuthTokenGenerator.java:82) at com.novell.common.auth.saml.AuthTokenGeneratorFilter.init(AuthTokenGeneratorFilter.java:281)
The following steps outline the solution to this problem:
Remove conflicting opensaml jars from the Weblogic system folder:
Endorse Apache JAXP implementation:
../bea/jrockit_160_05/jre/lib/endorsed -rw-r--r-- 1 lab lab 84091 May 21 10:24 resolver-2.9.1.jar -rw-r--r-- 1 lab lab 278286 May 21 10:24 serializer-2.9.1.jar -rw-r--r-- 1 lab lab 3176148 May 21 10:24 xalan-2.7.1.jar -rw-r--r-- 1 lab lab 1229289 May 21 10:24 xercesImpl-2.9.1.jar -rw-r--r-- 1 lab lab 194354 May 21 10:24 xml-apis-2.9.1.jar
You can either download the jars listed above from Apache, or get them from the
endorsed folder inside http://shibboleth.internet2.edu/downloads/opensaml/java/2.2.0/opensaml-2.2.0-bin.zip.
NVDA v. 0.6p3 screen reader was used during accessibility testing.
An EboClusterManager error may be observed in cluster environments. The error occurs because a cache notification is sent to servers in the cluster to remove a key, but the key does not exist in the remote cache.
The Installation Guide outlines steps for using an IP address to connect to the eDirectory server when running the NrfCaseUpdate utility. However, using IP address will not work. The NrCaseUpdate utility specifically asks for the DNS name of the eDirectory server:
Specify the DNS address of the Identity Vault (e.g acme.com)
The NrfCaseUpdate process will proceed if an IP address is provided and will report back that the update was successful. However, if you look at the schema.log (on Linux or Solaris) or the Modschema.log (on Windows), you will see that the schema actually was not updated. Also, if you look at the two attributes (nrfLocalizedNames and nrfLocalizedDescrs) with iManager or ConsoleOne, you will see that they are still markedinstead of .
If the schema had been updated, an entry similar to the following would appear:
Windows: Begin schema update for: C:\Program Files\Novell\Identity Manager\update-nrf-case.sch (Note: Successfully resolved to server: .myserver-NDS.novell.myTREE) Modifying schema attributes... (Note: Successfully resolved to server: .myserver-NDS.novell.myTREE) : Different from existing definition, will attempt to modify Syntax: Modified OK : Different from existing definition, will attempt to modify Syntax: Modified OK Schema update summary: 0 warnings and 0 errors
Linux: Starting schema update for: update-nrf-case.sch... Modified schema attribute nrfLocalizedNames.Modified schema attribute nrfLocalizedDescrs.
Only the machine name (for example: myserver) or the fully qualified name (for example: myserver.novell.com) can be used with the Nrf CaseUpdate utility.
In some instances on a Windows 2003 Server SP1, the schema for nrfLocalizedNames and nrfLocalizedDescrs is not modified at the conclusion of running the NrfCaseUpate utility. The utility reports that the process completed successfully. However, there is not an entry in the Modschema.log outlining that the schema was modified. If the update had modified the schema, an entry similar to the following would be in the Modschema.log:
Begin schema update for: C:\Program Files\Novell\Identity Manager\update-nrf-case.sch (Note: Successfully resolved to server: .myserver-NDS.novell.myTREE) Modifying schema attributes... (Note: Successfully resolved to server: .myserver-NDS.novell.myTREE) : Different from existing definition, will attempt to modify Syntax: Modified OK : Different from existing definition, will attempt to modify Syntax: Modified OK Schema update summary: 0 warnings and 0 errors
Also, if you look at the two attributes (nrfLocalizedNames and nrfLocalizedDescrs) with iManager or ConsoleOne, you will see that they are still markedinstead of .
There are two work arounds for this issue:
Upgrade to Windows 2003 Server SP2.
If the NrfCaseUpdate process outlined above does not succeed, and the two attributes have not been modified, you need to import the schema change using the install.dim before proceeding with importing the ldif file (if that applies) or proceeding with the installation:
Selectand press .
Provide the information to connect to your eDir server and press.
Navigate and select the update-nrf-case.sch file an then press.
The database tables will not be created when installing in console mode with French as the language and Microsoft SQL Server 2005. An error similar to following will be seen in the db.out file:
SEVERE: null liquibase.exception.JDBCException: java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: null at liquibase.commandline.CommandLineUtils.createDatabaseObject(CommandLineUtils.java:97) at liquibase.commandline.Main.doMigration(Main.java:578) at liquibase.commandline.Main.main(Main.java:97) Caused by: java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: null
There are two work arounds for this issue:
Run the installer in Graphical mode instead of console mode.
If console mode was used during the installation, the following steps must be performed:
Create the database tables:
Open the Novell-Custom-Install.log file, which is located in the at the "root" of the User Application install directory. For example: /home/lab/IDM370/idm
Search for an entry similar to the following:
************************************************** If a failure is encountered while creating the tables, verify that this string is correct If not , you can modify this string and copy/paste to a command line to run **************************************************
Copy the command outlined and paste it into a terminal on the machine where the User Application is installed.
Replace the null value for --databaseClass= with the correct value of:
Replace the null value for --driver= with the correct value of:
Replace the null value for --url= with the correct value. For example:
You will have to replace the the stars (*) that appear for the database username and password with the actual values.
Press Enter. Depending on the option selected during the install, the tables or a sql file will created.
Edit the JBoss JDBC connection pool file (if it applies):
Open the %context%-ds.xml (For Example: IDM-ds.xml) located in the deploy directory. For example:
The connection URL will appear similar to the following:
Modify the connection-url to have the correct information. For example:
Save and close the file.
If Access Gateway is placed in front of the User Application and SSO is enabled, the available grace login amount might decrease by 2 for each login (instead of by 1 without Access Gateway). In the event that a password expires for a user, the user interface prompts the user to change the password. The user should follow the instructions presented and change the password accordingly.
The Association report page works only for administrators and typical users. It does not work for team managers. If the administrator configures the Associate Report page security settings and opens it to public access, a typical user can log in and view his or her association report without a problem. However, when a team manager logs in, this user cannot use the lookup icon to search for a team member and view the team member's association report.
The User Application does not support using the < and > symbols in a user's CN (or any other login attribute, such as workforceID) in this release. Using the < or > symbols will cause the password self-service feature to work incorrectly.
If the User Application is configured for Audit logging using OpenXDAS, the application will not deploy properly if the xdasd process is not running.The error message will appear in the server console and log as shown below:
2008-05-03 13:46:48,308 ERROR [com.sssw.fw.servlet.Boot:contextInitialized] Un>com.novell.srvprv.spi.util.servlet.LogConfiguratorException: Error Initialize > at com.novell.srvprv.spi.util.servlet.LogConfigurator.init(LogConfigur> at com.sssw.fw.servlet.InitListener.contextInitialized(InitListener.ja> at org.apache.catalina.core.StandardContext.listenerStart(StandardCont> at org.apache.catalina.core.StandardContext.start(StandardContext.java> at org.apache.catalina.core.ContainerBase.addChildInternal(ContainerBa> at org.apache.catalina.core.ContainerBase.addChild(ContainerBase.java:> at org.apache.catalina.core.StandardHost.addChild(StandardHost.java:55> at sun.reflect.NativeMethodAccessorImpl.invoke0(Native Method) at sun.reflect.NativeMethodAccessorImpl.invoke(Unknown Source) at sun.reflect.DelegatingMethodAccessorImpl.invoke(Unknown Source) at java.lang.reflect.Method.invoke(Unknown Source) at org.apache.tomcat.util.modeler.BaseModelMBean.invoke(BaseModelMB Then hundreds of: 2008-05-03 13:46:53,072 WARN [com.novell.soa.af.impl.core.EngineImpl:run] Fai>java.lang.NullPointerException at com.novell.soa.af.impl.persist.EngineStateDAO.updateHeartbeat(Engin> at com.novell.soa.af.impl.core.EngineImpl$HeartbeatTimer.run(EngineImp> at java.lang.Thread.run(Unknown Source) 2008-05-03 13:46:53,072 INFO [STDOUT:warn] XDas was not enabled
There may also be an infinite loop caused by the Workflow heartbeat thread throwing a null pointer exception.
On WebSphere, the User Application will start even if OpenXDAS throws an exception.
To work around this problem, perform either of these steps:
Start the xdasd process and restart the application server.
Remove the OpenXDAS appender-ref from idmuserapp_logging.xml (<appender-refref="OpenXDas"/>).
The user interface does not restrict the use of the less-than symbol (<). However, if a page name includes the < character, the page name does not display properly in the Page Administration console. The name of the page in the page list and in the page name field will be truncated at the < character. For example, the name <Page displays an empty row in the page list and nothing in the page name field. The name Pa<ge displays Pa in the page list and Pa in the page name field.
The page name does display properly in the navigation portlet.
If you are running the digital signature applet with the Windows Vista version of Internet Explorer 7.0, you may see the following error message:
"The application's Digital Signature has an Error. Do you want to run the Application?"
To fix this problem, you need to turn off Protected Mode in Internet Explorer.
Using a colon (:) character in a call to the IDVault.globalQuery() method will cause scripting errors. Novell does not support using the colon (:) character at this time.
More heap memory is needed for the IDM Java process in situations where a role has many role assignments (tens of thousands) associated with it. There are two ways to increase the Java heap memory allocated to IDM:
In iManager, navigate to the Driver Set Properties and select thetab. Then, specify values in the and fields.
Define the DHOST_JVM_INITIAL_HEAP and DHOST_JVM_INITIAL_HEAP variables in the ndsd start script. Note that these values take precedence over the values configured via iManager. In this example, the minimum and maximum heap size values are set to 500 megabytes.
export DHOST_JVM_INITIAL_HEAP=500M export DHOST_JVM_MAX_HEAP=500M
For more information about configuring Java environment parameters, see the IDM Common Driver Administration Guide.
Currently, the User Application is not able to find entitlement-based drivers on servers other than the one where the User Application Driver is located. For Entitlement mapping to work in the 3.7.0 release, the Drivers with the Entitlements must be running on the same DriverSet as the User Application Driver.
The search feature from the Orch Chart Portlet will not work if the Entity type being displayed has a dash (-) in the name. At this time, the product does not support Entities with dashes in their names.
Novell provides the JBossMySQL utility as a convenience. If your company does not already provide an application server and a database server, you can use the JBossMySQL utility to install an Open Source version of these components. By running this utility, you can install these components without having to download them separately. If you need support, go to the third party provider of the component. Novell does not provide updates for these components, or administration, configuration, or tuning information for these components, beyond what it is outlined in the Roles Based Provisioning Module documentation.
Values that are saved into the srvprvUserPrefs attribute are not fully removed when a user removes or change their filters or customization entries.
The attribute srvprvUserPrefs is a single values, synchronize immediately, string in eDirectory. It is limited to about 33,000 total characters. Once the attribute reaches the maximum size, users will not be able to save filter and customization entries into this attribute. To work around this issue, an Administrator would need to clean up the attribute manually with iManager or an LDAP Browser.
When using the Effective or Expiration dates for a role assignment in the User Application, you need to manually enter the date if the year you want to use is after 2030. For example, if you want to set the Effective Date for a role to be assigned on January 01, 2031, the Calendar picker will display it as 1/1/31. If you leave this as is, the role will be immediately assigned. You must make the year a four digit year if the year is greater than 2030. For this example, you would need to use 1/1/2031.
If a user has been assigned to multiple roles, and these roles are associated with a resource that is dynamically bound (meaning that the value for the entitlement is set at assignment time), the user may lose all of the resource assignments for these roles if only one of the roles is removed. This will only happen if the option(which maps to nrfAllowMulti) is not selected when mapping the entitlement to a resource.
For example, suppose you have a resource that is dynamically bound to an entitlement, and the resource is mapped to two different roles, and the optionis not set for the resource. In this case, if a user has been assigned to both roles, and later is removed from one of the roles, the user will lose both resources. This behavior occurs because the option was not selected when the entitlement was mapped to the resource.
This section includes the list of issues described in the IDM 3.6.1 Roles Based Provisioning Module Readme that were fixed in the IDM 3.7 Roles Based Provisioning Module.
1.1.4 Setting up an MS SQL Server database for the User Application
1.2 Cryptovision Installer Refers to Incorrect Version of User Application
1.11 Special Characters in a Role Name Produce a Blank Role Report
1.12 XSS Error Messages are Not Informative
1.14 Accesing External Password WAR Causes Exception When log4j.jar Is Not Included
1.16 User Application on WebSphere Cannot Find Trusted Store Path
1.17 Digital Signature Verification Fails When Using xmlsigner 1.4
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