Closed-loop remediation is a feature that utilizes the provisioning system of Oracle Identity Manager to automatically revoke accounts, roles, and entitlements based on the results of the Oracle Identity Manager certification process. Now consider there might be thousands of user accounts on this resource, some subset of which has the entitlement-assignment that allows the user to create a trouble ticket.
A requestable entity, such as role assignment, role membership, application instance, or entitlement, is available for certification only after it is marked as certifiable in the request catalog. A single resource (metadata object) can have multiple accounts (instance-data objects), and a single entitlement (metadata object) can have multiple assignment instances (instance-data objects).
This composite specifies that the reviewer's manager is the overseer for the certification process. You can edit the scheduled job name in the Job Name box. After you create a certification definition by clicking Create on the Summary page of the New Certification wizard, a message is displayed asking if you want to create a certification job and run it.You can deselect the When you set a user as the certifier for an entity and select some of the options for selecting reviewers, such as Role Certifier or Application Instance Certifier, the user is automatically set as the certifier or primary reviewer for certifying that entity. Roles, application instances, and entitlements can each have a default value.For example, if user John Doe is selected as the certifier for the Vision Developers role, then John Doe is automatically set as the primary reviewer for certifying the Vision Developers role depending on the selection in the Reviewers screen of creating certifications. To set the default item-risk level for the metadata objects: You should reserve high item-risk levels for metadata objects that confer highly-restricted privileges to users.