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Creation of No Master Process in SAP IDM 8.0

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I am trying to create a "no Master process" in SAP IDM 8.0 and align it to all repositories type.So that system account privilege gets assign to users to provision requested access in related SAP or non-SAP systems but I am not finding required steps to perform so. I did the same in SAP IDM V 7.2 easily but it seems i require some guided solution or advice for same in case of SAP IDM 8.0.

Best Regards

Girish

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    Posted on Mar 15 at 02:04 PM

    Hello Anil,

    The steps are pretty forward as Simona explained in the blog.

    Steps

    • Create a process in any of your custom package
    • Add a action task to your process
    • Add a To Identity Store pass to the action task and configured it as per the screnshot shared in the blog.
    • Save the configuration
    • Check out the connector package for which you want to set "no Master process"
    • Go to Repository Type and add your process there.

      In case you have still any query then better mention the step.

    Regards,

    C Kumar

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  • Posted on Mar 14 at 09:52 AM

    Dear All,

    I forgot to mention above that I followed below link but due to lack of screenshots. I have got confused.

    https://blogs.sap.com/2018/04/23/sap-idm-8.0-no-master-process-good-practices/

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  • Posted on Mar 16 at 08:44 AM

    Dear Kumar,

    Thanks for your response.

    I notice that there was other issue which was not letting me to add task in canvas.

    https://answers.sap.com/questions/11793661/eclipse-developer-studio-unable-to-add-tasks-direc.html

    My issue was same as mentioned in above blog which is resolved now and I can add task to canvas and follow the procedure.

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