Analyzer connection settings govern the connections between Analyzer and your applications (data sources.) To access these settings from the Project view, right-click a connection profile, then select.
Analyzer organizes its connection settings into two pages:
The General Info page displays theand fields for the selected connection profile. You can modify the values in both of these fields. Click or to save your changes.
The IDS Configuration page lets you configure the Independent Driver Services (IDS) settings for the selected connection profile. To access the IDS Configuration properties, right-click the appropriate connection profile in the Project View, then select> .
The IDS Configuration page has settings organized into the following tabs:
Thetab specifies whether the application driver used by the connection profile is locally or remotely hosted. When it is locally hosted, Analyzer displays the application driver associated with this connection profile. Click if the driver needs a third-party library to connect to the application.
When remotely hosted, Analyzer uses Identity Manager’s Remote Loader to access a remotely hosted application driver. For more information about the Remote Loader, see the Analyzer 1.1 for Identity Manager Administration Guide.
When connecting to a driver remotely, select
Creating a Secure Connection in the Analyzer 1.1 for Identity Manager Administration Guide.
NOTE:When configuring SSL to use a default certificate, Analyzer gives you the opportunity to export the certificate to a file so you can install it on the Remote Loader server.
Thetab specifies the application-specific access credentials that Analyzer uses to connect to the application.
The LDAP driver includes thesetting that determines whether the driver uses SSL for communicating with the target application.When this setting is enabled, you must specify the path to the local keystore that contains the application certificate, or CA signing certificate. You can also enable Mutual Authentication, if desired.
NOTE:Prior to using SSL, you must manually export the application certificate and import it into your local keystore by using the Java keytool utility. More information about keytool is available in the Java keytool documentation.