The Admin Task Profile Tab lets you define general settings for an admin task.
This tab contains the following fields:
Defines the name of the task.
Defines a unique identifier for the task. It is used in URLs, web services, or properties files. The tag can contain ASCII characters (a-z, A-Z), numbers (0-9), or underscore characters, beginning with a letter or underscore.
Specifies an optional note about the purpose of the task.
Specifies the display order for the task. If no order is specified, the tasks are displayed in alphabetical order.
Specifies a category for the task. Categories are displayed as tabs at the top of the screen.
Specifies the order in which the category tab appears. For example, if you set the category order to 3, the category you specified will appear as the third tab.
Specifies the second level category, which appears as a link below the list of category tabs. The second level category appears only when the tab for the first level category is selected. For example, if you created a task with the first level category of Employee and a second level category of Employee Management, the Employee Management category would appear only after you select the Employee tab.
Specifies the order in which the second level category appears, if more than one second level category exists in a primary category.
Specifies the third level category, which appears in the left navigation pane. Tasks are listed under the third level category. For example, in a default environment, a user with the System Manager or User Manager role sees the third level category Manage Users when he selects the Users tab.
Specifies the order in which the third level category appears.
Specifies the object that the task operates on.
Specifies the operation to perform on the object.
Specifies whether the task synchronizes users with identity policies. You can select one of the following options:
Specifies that this task does not trigger user synchronization.
Specifies that CA Identity Manager starts the user synchronization process after all of the events in a task complete. This setting is the default synchronization option for the Create User, Modify User, and Delete User tasks. The default setting for all other tasks is Off.
Note: If you select the On Task Completion option for a task that includes multiple events, CA Identity Manager does not synchronize users until all of the events in the task complete. If one or more of those events require workflow approval, this may take several days. To prevent CA Identity Manager from waiting to apply identity policies until all events complete, select the On Every Event option.
Specifies that CA Identity Manager starts the user synchronization process when each event in a task completes.
For tasks with a primary and secondary event for the same user, setting user synchronization to On Every Event may result in more identity policies being applied to a user than if the On Task Completion option is selected.
Synchronizes accounts that exist in the Provisioning Server, if you have provisioning enabled.
Specifies that this task does not trigger account synchronization.
Specifies that CA Identity Manager starts the account synchronization process after all of the events in a task complete.
Specifies that CA Identity Manager starts the account synchronization process when each event in a task completes.
Note: For best performance, select On Task Completion. However, if you select the On Task Completion option for a task that includes multiple events, CA Identity Manager does not synchronize accounts until all of the events in the task complete. If one or more of those events require workflow approval, this may take several days. To prevent CA Identity Manager from waiting to synchronize accounts until all events complete, select the On Every Event option.
Prevents the task from appearing in menus. Enable this control if the task is only invoked by a URL or by another task.
Makes the task available to users who have not logged in to CA Identity Manager. The default public tasks are forgotten password and self-registration.
Records information about the task in an auditing database. Audit information can be used to generate reports. See the Configuration Guide.
Enables the CA Identity Manager events associated with the task to trigger workflow processes, if you have the workflow engine installed. For example, the events associated with the Delete Group task may trigger a workflow process that includes an approval step.
Marks the task as one for which Web Services Description Language (WSDL) output can be generated from the Management Console. Enable this control if you want to use remote task submission. For more information, see the Programming Guide for Java.
Enables configuration for task level workflow. Click the pencil icon to configure policy-based or non-policy based workflow.
Determines the order in which CA Identity Manager executes tasks. Tasks with a High priority are executed before tasks with a Medium or Low priority. The default priority for a task is Medium.
Note: You can use the View Submitted Tasks task to search for tasks with a specific priority, and then display their status.
Associates a business logic task handler with the task.
Add custom action buttons to workflow approval tasks.
Copies data from the Profile tab of another task.
For example, you might copy the Profile tab settings from the Modify User task, then add a name and description.
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