To enable users to add or modify values in a structured attribute, you can add a structured attribute display to a profile screen. This display is typically used in account templates for endpoint types that support structured attributes.
To configure a structured attribute display
Note: The attribute you select must have the value type of structured in the directory configuration file (directory.xml).
The fields in the Field Properties screen change based on the style selection.
The values that appear in this list are the values that are available in the structured attribute, as defined in the directory configuration file (directory.xml).
When you select a value, CA IdentityMinder adds that value to the display table and enables you to configure properties for that value.
Specifies the label for the field.
Specifies the display properties for the field. You can select one of the following style options:
Adds a check box next to the field name, which enables or disables a setting.
Displays a text box where administrators can enter a date.
CA IdentityMinder validates the date format.
Allows the user to select a value for the field. Only one value is visible. Users click an arrow to see additional values in the list.
The user can select a single value from the list.
Provides the same choice of values displayed by a Dropdown style, but adds a text box where the user can enter a new value.
Allows you to add a search screen for selecting a managed object.
Displays a list of values for a field. A radio button appears next to each value. Users can select a single value from the list.
Displays the field's value as read only. If no value exists, the field is blank.
Displays an Add button adds a new value to the nested compound attribute table.
Displays a box where the user can enter a value for the field.
If the field's permission is read only, the value is displayed as a label.
Determines whether users can sort the display table based on the selected field.
When selected, this setting adds up and down arrows to the last column of the structured attribute display.
Note: Configuring support for other managed objects adds a search screen in the structured attribute display table that allows users to search for and add information that is stored in other types of managed objects. For example, you may want to allow users to select SAP Roles to add to a structured attribute on a user profile.
The structured attribute display is added to the Profile screen that you edited.
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