Task details include a summary of the task such as,
Besides the task summary, CA Identity Manager provides the following information.
Lists the preventative identity policy violations that occurred when the user submitted the task. There can be more than one violation if the proposed changes in the task trigger multiple preventative identity policies.
The following information is available for identity policy violations:
The type of preventative identity policy:
CA Identity Manager displays a message in View Submitted Tasks that describes the violation, but allows the task to be submitted.
CA Identity Manager displays a user-defined message in the User Console and in View Submitted Tasks. This action can optionally trigger a workflow process that requires an approval from an appropriate user before CA Identity Manager executes the task.
Note: CA Identity Manager does not display preventative identity policies with the type Reject.
This field can contain one of the following states:
CA Identity Manager has not started evaluating the approval rules for the task yet. This is the initial state.
CA Identity Manager located a match for the identity policy defined in the approval rules and triggered the associated workflow process.
An approver approved the proposed changes. CA Identity Manager makes the changes that triggered the preventative identity policy violations.
An approver rejected the proposed change. The task is rejected.
No Workflow Configured
There is no workflow process configured for this violation. The task executes without any approval required.
The user-defined message that describes the preventative identity policy violation.
Displays the details of an an approval task. Specifies the process name, job id number and status of the task.
Indicates in a table the events that are associated with the task. Events are triggered when you perform a task. The status of a task depends on the status of the events and tasks in a workflow. The table also includes the status of the events. CA Identity Manager provides event details such as the status of a submitted event, event attributes, and any additional information about the events. The Included Events table displays the following information:
Lists the tasks that are submitted and executed as a result of the selected task.
Indicates all the tasks that must be executed before the selected task.
Indicates all the tasks that are executed later than the selected task.
Displays the details of an approved task if the task you are viewing is an approval task.
Displays a status history of the actions that were performed during execution of the current task.
Note: Based on the task status, you can further cancel or resubmit a task. For more information on Task Status and the actions you can perform on tasks, see Description of Task Status.
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