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This Guide provides detailed instructions how to configure the target system Connectors.
Configuring Connection to Active Directory

The following section describes how to configure the connectivity to Active Directory using the Powershell Connector. It allows to enable provisioning, deprovisioning and password synchronization. See Configuring Connection to Active Directory Powershell Webservice, Configuring LDAP Connector for Active Directory.

Configuring Connection to MS Exchange
Configuring Connection to LDAP

To enable provisioning, de-provisioning and password synchronization with OpenLDAP, you can use the LDAP Connector that is included in the OpenIAM Identity Manager. The following section describes how to configure integration with OpenLDAP using this Connector. See Configuring Connection to OpenLDAP.

Configuring Connection to Oracle

This topic provides you with the Oracle Connector example configuration. The Oracle Connector allows organizations to use native Oracle Tables to store user, group, and role information. Currently, the Oracle connector is integrated with the DBA_USERS table.  However, when the requirements arise, this connector will be extended to support required functionality (for example, DBA_ROLES, DBA_ROLE_PRIVS, etc.) See Configuring Connection to Oracle.

Configuring Connection to Linux

The Linux connector is a target system connector. The Connector allows you to provision and de-provision users in a Linux Operating System such as RedHat, Suse, Ubuntu and CentOS. The connector supports group membership and password management in the connector as well.

This topic provides you with the Linux Connector example configuration.

See Configuring Connection to Linux.

Configuring Connection to Google Apps

This topic provides you with the Google Connector example configuration. See

Configuring Connection to OAuth Google


Configuring Connection to Custom Applications Using the Application Tables Connector

Enterprises often have custom applications that have been developed. These applications often have their own user repositories and custom-developed relational database structures to capture user and security information. The Application Tables Connector allows you to provision user information to these custom tables.

The Application Tables connector is a webservice-based connector and is deployed as a part of the standard install of the OpenIAM Identity Manager.

The following section will describe how to configure the Application Tables connector and to make all related configurations.

See Configuring Connection to Custom Applications Using the Application Tables Connector.

Configuring Connection to IBM Lotus Notes and Domino
Configuring Connection to Box.net
Configuring Connection Using the Groovy Script Connector
Configuring the Peoplesoft Selfservice Portal Connector


Connectors list:

Universal Connectors:



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