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icon5.gif  Problems with Customized Oracle Identity Manager [message #571992] Wed, 05 December 2012 04:28 Go to next message
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Hello, everyone,

I have a big problems...

My company has a "generic information management platform" based on Oracle,

including:

Oracle Identity Manager 10g
Lotus
Oracle Internat Directory 10g
Oracle Portal 10g
Oracle E-Business Employee
Oracle E-Business User Management
Microsoft Active Directory
Mail System
Oracle Database

All above these systems constitute the generic information management platform.

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There are 60,000 user records in the Oracle Database, lots of user records are duplicate, invalid and redundant.
We want delete them by Oracle Identity Manager. But Oracle Identity Manager has no bulk deletion of users function!!!

So, we want customized development this generic information management platform, specifically customized development Oracle Identity Manager 10g's administrator interface.

We want add a JSP page, use this JSP page to bulk delete users. (user number > 60,000)

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What's should we do?

We can't directly manipulate the database to delete the users, all users are associated by API and exist in many systems.


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Re: Problems with Customized Oracle Identity Manager [message #571995 is a reply to message #571992] Wed, 05 December 2012 04:54 Go to previous message
Michel Cadot
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What's should we do?


Hire someone that is an expert in these domains to make a POC.

Regards
Michel
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