ProTip

How to Search Non-Indexed Account Attributes in IDN Rules

Hey Folks!!! Anyone well versed with IDN Rules will know that there has been some historic limitations on what attributes we can and can’t use for uniqueness search or for other such methods. We were generally tied to “Account ID” and “Account Name” attribute in each source which were indexed in the DB which could …

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How to upload Connector Rules into IDN via API

So I did a post couple of days ago that now we are allowed to upload some rule types via API Here is a quick guide on how to do so. In this example, I will take a very basic BuildMap rule. 

Previously we would submit the rule like above to ES team to …

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ProTip – Create Quick Postman Collection for IDN APIs

As you may already know we have a developer portal which is now the central repository for all public APIs for IDN (and other products). We all use Postman as a tool for using these APIs. Currently there isn’t an official Postman collection for SailPoint but you can easily build one from the developer portal via …

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Find Multiple Accounts for Sources Redux – Excel Hack

So after doing the last post on how to find multiple accounts from a single source via API, I was asked by few people and one my clients to see if there is an easy way to do this. I thought of my trusted Excel to find an easier way to do so. Here are the …

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Find Multiple Accounts from Sources #IDN101

Currently there is no easy way in our default search UI to find all identities who have more than one accounts from a single source. There are other ways like doing account link search or via accounts CSV etc.  But there is a way to do find them (not pretty but still helpful) via search …

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