Traditionally, all developers deciphered a product, by understanding the Entity Relationship model of the product’s database schema. This approach was the quick and easiest way to understand any product.
A similar approach is tried in deciphering SailPoint IdentityIQ, an Identity Governance solution from Sailpoint. The presentation envisages to give the audience a thorough understanding of the product, not from the API perspective, but from a database model perspective.
Sailpoint’s Identity IQ has some key objects like Identity, Application, Bundle etc. There are many dependent objects. Most of the key objects are covered comprehensively in the presentation.
eMail communication has revolutionized the way we communicate. A tool/facility introduced for simple communications is now considered more formal and legal. For a long time deep linking, in simple terms, embedding buttons with logic to provide email based decisions has been prevalent.
There is nothing better than sending a direct link to a page where one needs to take an action, in an email. Especially for something which needs urgent attention.
Error 46 initializing SQL*Plus
HTTP proxy setting has incorrect value
SP2-1502: The HTTP proxy server specified by http_proxy is not accessible.
Error: HTTP proxy setting has incorrect value
In the above error message, “HTTP proxy server specified by http_proxy variable”, the specified value is incorrect.The error may have occurred because sqlplus uses the http_proxy and no_proxy environment variables to determine if proxy is used. To bypass the proxy settings, both these values need to be unset or exported.
http_proxy: Specify the value to use as the HTTP proxy for all connections.
For example: http_proxy=“http://proxy.mycompany.com:8080”
no_proxy: Determine hosts that should bypass the proxy.
For example: no_proxy=localhost, mycompany.com, 192.168.0.10:80 so it can’t access this proxy.
First check the proxy settings , it should be correct value or unset it if no proxy is needed. SQL*Plus may get the proxy name from the environment variable http_proxy.This problem could be resolved by using the following commands –
In 1986, Chernobyl was the result of bad designs/coding. Huge disasters in the world happen due to naive and inappropriate logic built into systems.
From a refrigerator to your car, a mobile to a rocket, everything runs on a microprocessor. It is a logic builder’s responsibility to take care of some cliched issues that might crash the entire system.
This Video blog is an attempt to lucidly present the design patterns, which have to be considered by every programmer, irrespective of platform of development, for impeccable results.
In this presentation, we spoke about almost all the design patterns which are mostly used in Software Development.In a nutshell, the following are the various aspects of design patterns covered as part of the video:
In Sailpoint’s Identity IQ “Refresh Identity Cubes” is one among the most important internal tasks. Refresh Identity Cubes helps in building 360 degree purview of an identity based on all the data aggregated from external sources.
As part of the mammoth task of securing the IT environments, securing the Unix servers would be the first step.
At ENH iSecure, we thrive to achieve complete and impeccable solutions leaving nothing to chance.
As a part of these efforts, we are speaking about Identity Governance in Unix with the help of Sailpoint’s IIQ.
Out of the box Sailpoint’s IdentityIQ provides numerous workflows for provisioning, we can implement our custom workflows according to the necessity. Similarly, parallel and serial approvals are workflows used in an enterprise to manage the access of the user.
In the world of IAM, one thing every developer should remember is that “Right thing must be accessed by the Right user at a Right time“, from the above sentence we can say that an access must be rightfully distributed to the user.
In this requirement a user in an enterprise requested an entitlement or role using IdentityIQ then that access must be approved by the work groups which are maintaining that privilege.
Understanding parallel and serial approvals in IdentityIQ
The following video illustrates about parallel and serial approvals.
Working demo of parallel and serial approvals
The following video demonstrates how parallel and serial approvals accomplishes.
Data loading into Active Directory implies creating AD Accounts and corresponding Exchange mailbox accounts using employee data existing in a database.
Java program is developed in a fashion which reads the credentials from XML, retrieves employee data from the database, creates an account with a default password in active directory and enables the account as well.