IBM® Security Identity Adapter 7.1.7 for DB2 - Release notes

IBM Security Identity Adapter 7.1.7 for DB2 is available. Compatibility, installation, and other getting-started issues are addressed.

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Contents

 

Preface

Welcome to the IBM Security Identity Adapter for DB2.

These Release Notes contain information for the following products that was not available when the IBM Security Identity Server manuals were printed:

 

Adapter Features and Purpose

 

The DB2 Adapter is designed to create and manage user accounts on a DB2 Universal Database. The adapter runs in "agentless" mode and communicates using JDBC to system being managed.

 

IBM recommends the installation of this Adapter (and the prerequisite IBM Tivoli Directory Integrator) on each node of an IBM Security Identity Manager WAS cluster. A single copy of the adapter can handle multiple IBM Security Identity Manager Services. The deployment configuration is based, in part, on the topology of your network domain, but the primary factor is the planned structure of your IBM Security Identity Manager Provisioning Policies and Approval Workflow process. Please refer to the IBM Security Identity Manager Information Center for a discussion of these topics.

 

The IBM Security Identity Manager Adapters are powerful tools that require Administrator Level authority. Adapters operate much like a human system administrator, creating accounts, permissions and home directories. Operations requested from the IBM Security Identity Manager server will fail if the Adapter is not given sufficient authority to perform the requested task. IBM recommends that this Adapter run with administrative (root) permissions.

 

License Agreement

Review and agree to the terms of the IBM Security Identity Adapter license prior to using this product. The license can be viewed from the "license" folder included in the product package.

 

Contents of this Release

Adapter Version

Component

Version

Build Date

2020 September 08 14.41.06

Adapter Version

7.1.7

Component Versions

Adapter build: 7.1.7.54

Profile:  7.1.7.54

Connector:  7.1.7.54

Dispatcher 7.0.39 or higher (packaged separately)

Documentation

The following guides are available in the IBM Security Identity Manager Knowledge Center:

 

DB2 Adapter Installation and Configuration Guide

New Features

 Internal

Enhancement # (RFE)

Description

 

 

 

Items included in current release (7.1.7)

 

 

 

None

 

 

 

Items included in 7.1.6 release

 

 

 

 

None

 

 

 

Items included in 7.1.5 release

 

RTC 151775

 

Add Support for Identity Governance and Intelligence (IGI) v5.2.2

This adapter is now designed for use with IBM Security Identity Server, Privileged Identity Manager, and Identity Governance and Intelligence.

 

 

 

Items included in 7.0.4 release

 

 

 

 

None

 

 

 

 

Items included in 7.0.3 release

 

 

 

 

Initial Release

 

Closed Issues

Internal#

APAR#

Case# / Description

 

 

 

Items closed in current release (7.1.7)

 

RTC-  186434
Bug 3191

 

TS003510757 / IGI: Adding supporting data to DB2 Adapter 7.1.6

For more details please refer to the know limitations.

 

 

 

 

Items included in 7.1.6 release

 

RTC WI 159075

 

Bug 2241

 

DB locks by DB2 adapter

 

 

 

Items included in 7.1.5 release

 

 

 

 

None

 

 

 

 

Items included in 7.0.4 release

 

 

 

APAR IV68849

 

 

Error on setting role when both username and groupname are same

 

 

 

 

Items closed in 7.0.3 version

 

 

 

 

Initial Version

 

Known Issues

Internal#

APAR#

Case# / Description

 

N/A

 

N/A

 

.

 

Known Limitation

Internal#

APAR#

Case# / Description

RTC-  186434

 

There is known issue with IGI for handling canonical values for multivalued attributes. If the displayed value and value to be sent to the resource are different then IGI is not able to resolve it correctly.

As a workaround for this adapter, the displayed values and actual values for the database privilege attribute have been made same. Meaning of the displayed values is given below -

 

CONNECT = Connect to database

CREATETAB = Create tables

BINDADD = Create packages

CREATE_NOT_FENCED_ROUTINE = Register routines ...

DBADM = Database administrator authority

IMPLICIT_SCHEMA = Create schemas implicitly

LOAD = Access to the load utility

CREATE_EXTERNAL_ROUTINE = Create external routines

QUIESCE_CONNECT = Connect to quiesced database

SECADM = Security administrator authority

 

#For Version 10.1 and above

ACCESSCTRL = Access control authority

DATAACCESS = Data access authority

EXPLAIN = Explain statement authority

SQLADM = Manage statement execution authority

WLMADM = Manage workloads authority

 

 

 

RTC Work Item

119670

 

 

 

DB2 UDB adapter only supports DB2 LUW not z/OS,iSeries

 

 

N/A

 

N/A

 

The following database privileges are only valid for DB2 10.1.x and above

 

·  Access control authority

·  Data access authority

·  Explain statement authority

·  Manage statement execution authority

·  Manage workloads authority

 

 

N/A

 

N/A

 

The suspend operation only revoke the CONNECT database privilege.

 

 

Installation and Configuration Notes

See the IBM Security Identity Manager Adapter Installation Guide for detailed instructions. The DB2 Adapter Installation and Configuration Guide can be obtained from IBM Knowledge Center at https://www.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/SSIGMP_1.0.0/com.ibm.itim_pim.doc/c_adapters_intro.htm

 

The following configuration notes apply to this release:

            None

 Configuration Notes

 The following configuration notes apply to this release:

            None

 

Customizing or Extending Adapter Features

IBM Security Identity Manager adapters can be customized and/or extended. The type and method of this customization may vary from adapter to adapter.

Refer to the IBM Security Identity Adapter Development and Customization Guide

Support for Customized Adapters

The integration to the IBM Security Identity Manager server "the adapter framework" is supported. However, IBM does not support the customizations, scripts, or other modifications. If you experience a problem with a customized adapter, IBM Support may require the problem to be demonstrated on the GA version of the adapter before a PMR is opened.


Supported Configurations

Installation Platform

The IBM Security Identity Manager Adapter was built and tested on the following product versions.

Adapter Installation Platform

Due to continuous Java security updates that may be applied to your ISIM or PIM servers, the following SDI releases are the officially supported versions:

·         Security Directory Integrator 7.2 + FP6 + 7.2.0-ISS-SDI-LA0019

 

Earlier versions of TDI that are still supported may function properly, however to resolve any communication errors, you must upgrade your SDI releases to the officially supported versions by the adapter.

                                             

 Managed Resource:

 

Note: This adapter does not support DB2 on zOS, iSeries 

 

IBM Security Identity Manager:

 

·         ISIM v7.0.x

IBM Security Privileged Identity Manager:

·         ISPIM v2.x

IBM Security Identity Governance and Intelligence:

·         IGI v5.2.x

 

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