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  • SAP NetWeaver Identity Management 7.2

    Identity Management for SAP System Landscapes: Upgrading from Identity Management 7.1 to 7.2

    Document Version 7.2 Rev 8

    June 2013

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    Contents 1 Introduction .............................................................................. 7

    1.1 Prerequisites ........................................................................... 7 1.2 Background ............................................................................. 7

    2 Process Timeline ..................................................................... 7 3 Process Description ................................................................ 9 4 Task Lists ............................................................................... 13

    4.1 Task List - DEV Environment ............................................... 13 4.2 Task List QA Environment ................................................ 15 4.3 Task List PROD Environment ........................................... 16

    5 Emptying the Provisioning Queue ....................................... 18 5.1 Running the Database Updates ........................................... 18

    5.1.1 Running the Database Updates on Microsoft SQL Server .... 18 5.1.2 Running the Database Updates on Oracle ............................. 19

    5.2 Importing the Jobs ................................................................ 19 5.3 Handling Remaining Approvals ........................................... 19

    5.3.1 Notifying Approvers ................................................................. 20 5.3.2 Rejecting Pending Approvals .................................................. 20

    5.4 Reducing the Queue Size ..................................................... 21 5.4.1 Reporting the Contents of the Provisioning Queue .............. 21 5.4.2 Preventing Adding Entries to the Provisioning Queue ......... 22 5.4.3 Reducing the Processing Time ............................................... 22 5.4.4 Removing Access to the Identity Management User Interface ................................................................................................... 22 5.4.5 Turning off Internal Reconciliation ......................................... 22

    6 Deleting the Provisioning Queue ......................................... 23 7 Disabling the Provisioning Framework 7.1 ......................... 23 8 Converting the Identity Store Data to use the Provisioning Framework 7.2 ............................................................................. 23

    8.1 Importing the Jobs ................................................................ 24 8.2 Running the Database Updates ........................................... 26

    8.2.1 Running the Database Updates on Microsoft SQL Server .... 26 8.2.2 Running the Database Updates on Oracle ............................. 26

    8.3 Running the Upgrade Jobs .................................................. 27 8.3.1 Handling System Landscapes with AS Java with an LDAP Backend .........................................................................................

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