[midPoint] Managing projects and premissions with midPoint
jeverling at bshp.edu
Fri Dec 16 17:05:52 CET 2016
What about midpoint org units for 'projects' and roles for 'permissions'?
How many users are in a project, is it 1 or 2 , or is many, hundreds,
thousands, etc.. same for permissions, how many users would be assigned a
permission? it could be reversed if permissions have many more users than a
project would contain. I think I would base it off that but that is just my
We use org units for different things, some are used for AD security
groups, distribution lists, etc.. and others are used for actual ou's
(containers in AD) , each has their own 'root' of course in midpoint. For
example, our domain itself has a root, then 'Security Groups' is another
root, and 'DL Groups' is another root. Each contains their own items. It
was based off midpoint 3.2 before you could see 'members' of a role like
you can now in the later versions.
On Fri, Dec 16, 2016 at 12:55 AM, Aivo Kuhlberg <aivo.kuhlberg at rmit.ee>
> I am planning to manage database tables data with ScriptedSQL connector.
> This database has users (table USERS), projects (table USER_PROJECTS) and
> permissions (table PROJECT_PERM). Before I start to set up connector I
> would like to know how should I manage these structures in midPoint? My
> current idea is to map users to midpoint users, projects to midPoint roles
> but what about project permissions? Should I map them to roles too or is
> there better way how to manage them?
> Aivo Kuhlberg
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