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The SAP NetWeaver Identity Management Console (MMC) has a straightforward tree structure to manage Identity Center. With the flexibility, linking, and drill down options the MMC provides, new administrators can get lost navigating the MMC tree structure since the icons that help with the navigations are not explained in a legend.

You may have noticed that some icons change color… For example the un/ordered groups, switch, and conditional tasks can show up as either blue or green colored icons. When the icon is blue, the task is marked as private, when it is green the task is public.

 

General Icons:

Identity Center Job the icon for jobs in identity center

 

 

 

Event Agent

 the icon for event agents

 

 

 

Constant Folder

 the icon for job and global constants and variable folders

 

 

 

Privilege icon

 the icon for privileges 

 

 

 

Repository icon the icon for a repository 

 

 

 

Repositories icon the icon for repositories

 

 

 

Role icon

 the icon for roles

 

 

 

Global Script icon the icon for global scripts, or a link to a global script

 

 

 

Scripts (local) icon

 the icon for local scripts, for example for a specific job

 

 

 

Task group the icon for “task groups”

 

 

 

 

Passes and Task Icons:

Ordered group the icon for an “ordered group” 

 

 

 

Unordered group the icon for an “unordered group”

 

 

 

To Identity Store

 the icon for a “To Identity Store” pass

 

 

 

To LDAP directory

 the icon for a “To LDAP directory” pass

 

 

 

From LDAP directory

 the icon for a “From LDAP directory” pass

 

 

 

From database

 the icon for a “From Database” pass

 

 

 

To database

 the icon for a “To Database” pass

 

 

 

To Generic & To Custom

 the icon for “To Generic” and “To Custom” passes

 

 

 

From Generic & From Custom

 the icon for “From Generic” and “From Custom” passes

 

 

 

To LDIF & To DSML

 the icon for “To LDIF” and “To DSML” file passes

 

 

 

From LDIF file

 the icon for “From LDIF File” pass

 

 

 

False icon

 the “false” icon, used for example in a conditional task

 

 

 

True icon

 the “true” icon, used for example in a conditional task

 

 

 

Link to existing task/job icon

 the icon for a “link to an existing task/job”

 

 

 

Switch or conditional task

 the icon for a switch or conditional task

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