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Configuring the XML File

When you install Enterprise Single Sign-On (SSO), an XML file named ENTSSO.xml is installed in your Extensions directory. By editing the file, you define the configuration for all instances of the ENTSSO Management Agent (MA).

The file is similar to the following:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<sso>

  <SourceMA name="RACFMA1" objectType="person" attribute="uid"/>
  <SourceMA name="ACF2" objectType="person" attribute="uid"/>

  <ENTSSOMA name ="ENTSSOMA1" adma="ADMA1" deleteAll="true">
    <Application name="AppForRACF1A" sourceMA="RACFMA1" create="true" delete="true"/>
    <Application name="AppForRACF1B" sourceMA="RACFMA1" create="true" delete="false"/>
  </ENTSSOMA>

  <ENTSSOMA name ="ENTSSOMA2" adma="ADMA1" deleteAll="true">
    <Application name="AppForACF2" sourceMA="ACF2"/>
  </ENTSSOMA>

</sso>

XML Elements and Attributes

The following list describes the elements and attributes that you define in the XML file. Note that all element and attribute names in this file are case sensitive.

Element: ENTSSO - Defines the configuration of a single ENTSSO MA instance. Multiple ENTSSO elements are allowed.

Attribute: name - Defines the instance name of the ENTSSO Management Agent, and must match the name of the ENTSSO Management Agent instance in Microsoft Identity Integration Server (MIIS).

Attribute: adma - Defines the instance name of the Active Directory Management Agent that will be used by this ENTSSO Management Agent instance. The Active Directory Management Agent provides the Windows domain name and Windows user name for the mapping. This Active Directory Management Agent instance name must match the name of an Active Directory Management Agent instance in MIIS.

Attribute: deleteAll - Optional; default is true. If this is set to true, and a Windows identity is deleted, all mappings with that Windows identity are deleted from all ENTSSO applications.

Element: Application - Defines the relationship between an SSO affiliate application and an external Management Agent. Multiple Application elements are allowed.

Attribute: name - Defines the name of the SSO affiliate application. This application must already exist within the ENTSSO system.

Attribute: sourceMA - Defines the instance name for the source (external) Management Agent that will be used to provide the external UserId in the mapping for this application. This external Management Agent instance name must match the name of an external MA instance in MIIS.

Attribute: create - Optional; default is true. Defines whether mappings should be created for this application.

Attribute: delete - Optional; default is true. Defines whether mappings should be deleted for this application.

Element: SourceMA - Optional. Identifies the object type and attribute names for a specific source (external) Management Agent instance. If this element is not present for a specific Management Agent, then the default object type (“person”) and attribute names (“uid”) are assumed. Multiple SourceMA elements are allowed.

Attribute: name - The name of the source (external) Management Agent. This name must match at least one of the sourceMA attribute names from the Application elements.

Attribute: objectType - Optional; default is person. If the object type name that provides the external UserId is not person, it should be specified here.

Attribute: attribute - Optional; default is uid. If the attribute name that provides the external UserId is not uid, you can specify it here.

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