Within CA Identity Manager, you can run two different types of reports:
Include data from the Snapshot Database, which contains information from the CA Identity Manager object store and the CA Identity Manager user store. An example of a Snapshot Report is the User Profile report. You define the data that is added to the Snapshot Database using Snapshot Definitions that specify the information to include.
Include data from other data sources, such as the Audit Database. For example, CA Identity Manager includes default audit reports. (These reports have the prefix "Audit - " in their name in the User Console). By default, CA Identity Manager only includes Audit reports, but you can create your own custom reports that include data from any data source, such as the Workflow or Task Persistence databases.
Each report within CA Identity Manager requires initial configuration before you can run it. The configuration steps depend on the type of report that you want to run.
The following steps summarize the procedures that this chapter contains.
For Snapshot Reports
For Non-Snapshot Reports:
Once the initial configuration for your report is complete, you can then request a report within CA Identity Manager. You can run a report immediately, or you can schedule a report to run at a later time. You can also create a recurring schedule for your report within CA Identity Manager.
Lastly, you can view the report within the User Console, or you can export the report to various formats.
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