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SAP NetWeaver® Identity Management Identity Center Installation overview

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It uses a centralized repository. Prerequisites To get the most benefit from this manual. . All rights reserved. you should have the following knowledge: Generic knowledge about databases and computer systems. regardless of the data's original source.2 © Copyright 2013 SAP AG. The manual This installation guide gives an overview of the installation process and describes how to install the prerequisites for the Identity Center components. workflow. called the identity store. password management.1 to 7. Related documents You can find useful information in the following documents: SAP NetWeaver Identity Management Security Guide SAP NetWeaver Identity Management Master Guide SAP NetWeaver Identity Management Migrating from Identity Management 7. to provide a uniformed view of the data.i Preface The product SAP NetWeaver Identity Management Identity Center is the primary component for identity management. The Identity Center includes functions for identity provisioning. The reader This manual is written for people who are to install the SAP NetWeaver Identity Management Identity Center. logging and reporting. Knowledge about the Java runtime environment.2 SAP Notes 1498369 SAP NetWeaver Identity Management 7.

ii SAP NetWeaver Identity Management Identity Center: Installing the database (Microsoft SQL Server) Installing the database (Oracle) Installing the database (IBM DB2) Installing the Management Console Installing the Runtime Components Installing and configuring the Identity Management User Interface Initial Configuration © Copyright 2013 SAP AG. . All rights reserved.

.............................. 9 Installing the database client .................................................... 9 Installing the database system ......................................................................... 16 Runtime Components....................................................................... ........... 16 Post-installation .............................. 18 Upgrading an Identity Center .....................................................................................................................................iii Table of contents Introduction .............................................................. 7 Installation preparation .............. 3 Identity Center components..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 2 Installation planning ................................................. 19 Demo/development or Test/QA (Size S or M) ......... 20 © Copyright 2013 SAP AG...... 17 Adding JDBC driver(s) and libraries ............................................................................................................................................................................ 17 Configuring the Java Runtime Environment ................................................................ 3 System landscapes ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 11 Installing the JDBC drivers ................................................................................................................................................................................. 1 Licensing .................... 4 Overview of the installation process ....................................................................................... 12 Installing SAP NetWeaver AS Java ........................................................... 1 Architecture overview ..... 16 Designtime Components ...................................................................................................................................................................................................... 16 Identity Management User Interface................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 10 Installing the Java Runtime Environment ............................................................................. 19 What's next? ....................................... All rights reserved................................................................. 19 Production (Size XL) ................................. 15 Installation......................................................................................

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message queues or others. They are also responsible for performing reconciliation and bootstrapping. The Identity Center manages all of its activities from a core database and supports both Microsoft SQL Server. You find relevant planning information. Event agents can be configured to take action based on changes in different types of repositories such as directory servers. runtime engines and event agents) act as local or remote agents for the Identity Center and are responsible for processing both provisioning and synchronization tasks. scalability and security in a single software solution. scheduling information. © Copyright 2013 SAP AG. Figure 1 Identity Center architecture The Identity Center consists of the following components: Identity Center database: All information about provisioning/workflow tasks and jobs. Architecture overview The architecture of the Identity Center is designed to provide maximum flexibility. state information and audit/logs is kept in this database. The guide gives an overview of the Identity Center and its components. Runtime Components: The Runtime Components (dispatchers. This allows identity management across multiple applications and databases both within the organization and in an extranet environment. All rights reserved. Oracle and IBM DB2. the identity store. . This mechanism is optional and its only purpose is to initiate synchronization based on changes in repositories in addition to the scheduled operations. All components in the solution interact with the database to ensure that all identity management activities are properly executed. the necessary prerequisites for each of the components and references to the installation guides for each of them.1 Introduction SAP NetWeaver Identity Management Identity Center Installation overview Introduction This installation guide is the starting point for the installation of SAP NetWeaver Identity Management Identity Center.

2 Introduction SAP NetWeaver Identity Management Identity Center Installation overview Identity Management UI: The Identity Management User Interface is used for all end-user registration/self service. . and contains functionality for license auditing using the LAW (License Administrator Workbench). Licensing There is no explicit license for SAP NetWeaver Identity Management.sap. see http://help. All rights reserved. It also contains monitoring information for administrators of the Identity Center. password resets and approval of tasks. © Copyright 2013 SAP AG. including provisioning/workflow tasks and jobs.htm and http://service. Management Console: The administrator interface in the Microsoft Management Console is used for configuring the Identity Center.com/saphelp_nw70ehp1/helpdata/en/48/c43926ca64581de10000000a42189c/fra meset.com/licenseauditing (select "Documentation" link on the page for process overview and Measurement Guides).sap. For more information about licensing. It depends on a licensed SAP NetWeaver.

Component Name DB MC RT UI Database server Management Console Runtime Components User Interface Description The Identity Center database runs on this server. see page 19. where the Identity Center runtime engines are running.2 is described in the document SAP NetWeaver Identity Management Migrating from Identity Management 7. Identity Center components In the description of the system landscapes. © Copyright 2013 SAP AG. This component is used for configuration of the Identity Center. All rights reserved.1 to 7. .2. some typical system landscapes and an overview of the installation process for each of the landscapes. This can be one or more servers. For information about how you upgrade to a newer version of Identity Management 7. For sizing information see SAP NetWeaver Identity Management Sizing Guide.3 Installation planning SAP NetWeaver Identity Management Identity Center Installation overview Installation planning This section contains information about the sizing criteria for the solution. Note: How you upgrade an Identity Center from Identity Management 7. the following names are used to identify the different servers/components of the Identity Center. The Identity Management User Interface runs on SAP NetWeaver AS Java.1 to 7.2.

If you run the Identity Center database on Oracle on a 64-bit system. You are not able to use the same Oracle database for both SAP NetWeaver AS Java and the Identity Center.4 Installation planning SAP NetWeaver Identity Management Identity Center Installation overview System landscapes The system landscape for the Identity Center can look very different depending on the environment and the role of the installation. The following sections describe the following landscapes: Small (S). Size S – Demo/development This is the smallest possible scenario with all components installed on the same server: This configuration is ideal for demo. you may need more than one server. Production. Medium (M). All rights reserved. Extra Large (XL). © Copyright 2013 SAP AG. those must run on separate servers. Demo/development. while you are using a 32bit Java Runtime Environment. development and functional prototyping. Note: Depending on your environment. . Test/QA. In that case this requires separate servers.

each component is installed on a separate server: This scenario is used to set up a duplicate of the production environment. for example Identity Management User Interface and Runtime Components. It has lower requirements on performance and availability. typically for testing and QA purposes. . If desired. © Copyright 2013 SAP AG. All rights reserved.5 Installation planning SAP NetWeaver Identity Management Identity Center Installation overview Size M – Test/QA In this scenario. some of the components may be combined on the same server.

6 Installation planning SAP NetWeaver Identity Management Identity Center Installation overview Size XL – Production This is a production system with high availability and high performance: The components are installed on different servers. but in addition the servers are either clustered or duplicated. The servers with the Runtime Components are duplicated by setting up two or more servers with identical configurations. The servers with SAP NetWeaver AS Java for the Identity Management User Interface must be clustered. . The Runtime Components can also be distributed to the servers with SAP NetWeaver AS Java. to ensure high availability. All rights reserved. Load-balancing is handled by SAP NetWeaver AS Java. This will ensure high availability and load sharing of the processing. © Copyright 2013 SAP AG. The database server must be clustered to ensure high availability of the data.

6. 8.Demo/development system 1. page 10. Installation process: S . Install the Identity Center database schema. page 15. Install the Management Console. MC/RT: Install the Runtime Components. 11. page 9. 5. Post-installation: Add the JDBC drivers to the CLASSPATH extension. page 9. 7. 4. 9. MC/RT/UI: Install the database client. page 17. page 16. Install the JDBC drivers.Test/QA system 1. Installation process: M . 10. page 16. 10. Install the database system. 7. Install the Java Runtime Environment. but depending on the system landscape. DB: Install the database system. 2. 3. DB: Install the Identity Center database schema. Install and configure SAP NetWeaver AS Java. All installations assume that the operating system is already installed and that SAP NetWeaver AS Java is correctly installed and configured on the server running the Identity Management User Interface. MC: Install the Management Console. 2. page 16. they will be performed on different servers. MC/RT: Install the Java Runtime Environment. page 9. 3. page 17. © Copyright 2013 SAP AG. page 16. page 10. page 16. page 16. page 17. page 12. MC/RT: Post-installation: Add the JDBC drivers to the CLASSPATH extension. Install the database client. Post-installation: Configure the Java Runtime Environment. All rights reserved. page 17. . Install the Identity Management User Interface. 5. page 16. MC: Post-installation: Configure the Java Runtime Environment.7 Installation planning SAP NetWeaver Identity Management Identity Center Installation overview Overview of the installation process The installation process involves the same steps. 8. page 12. 6. page 16. MC/RT/UI: Install the JDBC drivers. 4. page 15. 11. Install the Runtime Components. UI: Install and configure SAP NetWeaver AS Java. 9. page 9. UI: Install the Identity Management User Interface.

page 9. page 12. MC: Install the Management Console. 5. MC: Post-installation: Configure the Java Runtime Environment on all cluster nodes. page 17. 6. clustered database and high availability as required. © Copyright 2013 SAP AG. . MC/RT: Post-installation: Add the JDBC drivers to the CLASSPATH extension on all cluster nodes. 11. All rights reserved. MC/RT: Install the Java Runtime Environment. UI: Install the Identity Management User Interface.8 Installation planning SAP NetWeaver Identity Management Identity Center Installation overview Installation process: XL . high performance. MC/RT/UI: Install the database client on all cluster nodes. DB: Install the database system as a clustered DB system. page 16. page 9. page 16. page 16. 4. 9. page 16. 2. page 10. MC/RT: Install the Runtime Components on all cluster nodes. 8. MC/RT/UI: Install the JDBC drivers on all cluster nodes. UI: Install and configure SAP NetWeaver AS Java. 10. 12. 3. DB/UI: Prepare the environment for load balancing.Production system 1. page 15. 7. page 17. DB: Install the Identity Center database schema.

jobs. © Copyright 2013 SAP AG.2. and this should be changed before installing the Identity Center database.2. for example.2 Note: SAP recommends using 10. . manually delete queues or update entries. Oracle The Identity Center supports the following versions of Oracle: Oracle version 10. for example. The default collation for Microsoft SQL Server is SQL_Latin1_General_CP850_BIN2# . this may lead to performance problems with the Identity Center database. see http://service.0. For the database installation guides used with SAP systems. Perform all database maintenance using the tools provided by SAP NetWeaver Identity Management. If the collations do not match.sap. Microsoft SQL Server The Identity Center supports the following versions of Microsoft SQL Server: Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Note: Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Express Edition is not supported. All rights reserved.9 Installation preparation SAP NetWeaver Identity Management Identity Center Installation overview Installation preparation Installing the database system SAP NetWeaver Identity Management supports the following database systems: Microsoft SQL Server Oracle IBM DB2 Note: Do not use native database tools to maintain the Identity Center database in a productive system. user interfaces. and tasks.com/instguides. Oracle version 11g Release 2 Refer to the documentation for the database system for details about the installation and also how to install and configure a clustered database. Do not. Note: The collation used by the Identity Center database is SQL_Latin1_General_CP1_CI_AS.

© Copyright 2013 SAP AG. Oracle client The Oracle client must be installed and correctly configured on all servers connecting to the Identity Center database. The client software is part of the Oracle database installation package. For other operating systems. remove the 32-bit client from PATH. make sure to install the 32-bit version of the Oracle client if you run a 32-bit Java Virtual Machine on Microsoft Windows. All rights reserved. for example. The default value used in the database install scripts for the Identity Center database is 52222.ibm. It is not necessary to install them separately.1 (and higher) for Linux. change the port number from 50000 to something else. the 32-bit client must be downloaded separately. Installing the database client The database libraries for the database system you are using must be installed on all servers.10 Installation preparation SAP NetWeaver Identity Management Identity Center Installation overview IBM DB2 The Identity Center supports the following versions of IBM DB2: IBM DB2 10. Microsoft SQL Server client libraries The client libraries for Microsoft SQL Server are included with the installation of the Designtime Components to be used by the Management Console (and the Windows Runtime Engine). as this will conflict with the default port number of SAP NetWeaver AS Java. Note: If you are running the IBM DB2 database on the same server as the SAP NetWeaver AS Java. Install the database client on all servers connecting to the database.org.freetds. Note: If you are using Oracle as your database system. . http://www. Refer to the documentation for the database system for details about the installation and also how to install and configure a clustered database. UNIX and Windows The installation is available from the SAP Software Download Center on the Service Marketplace.com/software/data/db2/. You find more information about IBM DB2 here: http://www. see. If you install the 32-bit and 64-bit client on the same server. This will be the case on the server running the Identity Center Management Console. Go to the "Database and Database Patches (from other vendors)" in the "SAP Software Download Center". IBM DB2 The IBM DB2 database client is provided as a part of the database installation. Oracle 11 For Oracle 11.

https://service.5) 6. Each version of SAP NetWeaver AS Java includes a SAP JVM. https://service. make sure that the version of the Java Runtime Environment matches the version of the database client.2 SAP NetWeaver 7.6) SAP Note 1442124 gives an overview of how to download the SAP JVM separately.com/sap/support/notes/1367498. It must be installed on all the servers running one of the following components: Dispatcher Java runtime engine Event service and Event agent It is recommended to use the SAP JVM.11 Installation preparation SAP NetWeaver Identity Management Identity Center Installation overview Installing the Java Runtime Environment The Runtime Components of the Identity Center require a Java Virtual Machine.1 (Java 1. see SAP NetWeaver Identity Management Identity Center Initial Configuration. © Copyright 2013 SAP AG.1 (Java 1.sap.sap. Note: SAP NetWeaver AS Java 7. Note: SAP Note 1367498 gives an overview of the installation prerequisites for the SAP JVM.1 (Java 1.3 Java Virtual Machine 4.1 (Java 1.6) 6. To configure the Java Runtime Environment for the Runtime Components. Java Cryptographic Extension Jurisdiction Policy files The Java Cryptographic Extension Jurisdiction Policy files are a prerequisite for the SAP JVM must be downloaded separately as described in SAP Note 1240081. If you use Oracle as your database system. To configure the Java Runtime Environment from the Management Console. https://service. SAP NetWeaver AS Java SAP NetWeaver AS Java 7. All rights reserved.1 SAP NetWeaver Composition Environment 7.com/sap/support/notes/1240081.4) 5. you can install either the 32-bit or the 64-bit version of the Java Runtime Environment. . Make sure you install the mentioned Microsoft libraries.com/sap/support/notes/1442124. see page 17.0 is not supported when using IBM DB2 as the database system.0 EhP1 for SAP NetWeaver Composition Environment 7.sap. Note: If you run on a 64-bit platform.

12 Installation preparation SAP NetWeaver Identity Management Identity Center Installation overview Installing the JDBC drivers The JDBC drivers are used by the Runtime Components to access databases. The SAP NetWeaver AS Java running the Identity Management User Interface needs the JDBC driver to access the Identity Center database. © Copyright 2013 SAP AG. The correct JDBC driver must be installed on all servers running any of the components: Runtime Components Dispatcher (JDBC driver to the Identity Center database) IC Java runtime engine (JDBC driver(s) to the Identity Center database and any databases/data sources that are accessed) Event service and event agent (JDBC driver(s) to the Identity Center database and any databases/data sources that are accessed) Management Console (needed for import/export) Identity Management User Interface (JDBC driver to the Identity Center database) How you add the JDBC drivers to CLASSPATH is described on page 17. . both the Identity Center database and other data sources that are accessed via JDBC. All rights reserved.

2 JDBC 1. It is recommended to store this in the directory: C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server 2005 JDBC Driver The JDBC driver is: com. especially for the initial data transfer. which is part of the download.sqlserver.2 SAP JVM 6.sap.2 Given the release of the Microsoft SQL Server JDBC Driver 3.microsoft. the Microsoft SQL Server JDBC team has discontinued the download for Microsoft SQL Server JDBC Driver 1.2 driver from the SAP Service Marketplace.txt. Support for the JDBC 1.SQLServerDriver The CLASSPATH must be set to the following file (assuming that the drivers were extracted to the default location as shown above): C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server 2005 JDBC Driver\sqljdbc_1.1 (Java 1. All rights reserved.5) JDBC 1. and enter an install directory.jdbc.2 driver ended on June 25. 2011.com/sql.exe file to a temporary location.2 JDBC 1.2 JDBC 3 JDBC driver 1. https://service.2<version>.2. Install the JDBC driver by running this self-extracting archive. © Copyright 2013 SAP AG.com/~form/sapnet?_FRAME=CONTAINER&_OBJECT=011000358700000 096402010E The recommended procedure for installing is described in the file install. The major steps are repeated here: Download the sqljdbc_1.6) JDBC 1.1 (Java 1.1/5.4/1.13 Installation preparation SAP NetWeaver Identity Management Identity Center Installation overview Microsoft SQL Server JDBC driver The JDBC drivers can be downloaded from http://www.2 JDBC 1. https://service.com/sap/support/notes/1586820. see SAP Note 1586820. .2 for the dispatcher transferring data to Business Warehouse. SAP still supports and you can download the JDBC 1.2\enu\sqljdbc. Which JDBC driver you need depends on which version of Java you are using and which version of Microsoft SQL Server you are running: Version of Java Runtime Environment Database version Microsoft SQL Server 2005/32-bit Microsoft SQL Server 2005/64-bit Microsoft SQL Server 2008/64-bit SAP JVM 4. For details.jar Note: It is not recommended to use JDBC driver1.sap.microsoft.0.

SQLServerDriver There are two .6 installations (SAP JVM 6. Install the JDBC driver according to the installation description.1 (Java 1.microsoft. you use the following JDBC drivers: SAP JVM 4.1).jar is the JDBC 4.1).jar) can be downloaded from http://www.com/en-us/library/ms378422. Make sure the file is in CLASSPATH.1 or 5.4/1.jar sqljdbc4. Download and install this according to the installation description.4 and 1.microsoft.1 (Java 1.0\enu\sqljdbc. (The URL may change over time.1/5. Oracle JDBC driver Oracle 10 The Oracle version 10 JDBC drivers (ojdbc14.6) EhP1 for SAP NetWeaver Composition Environment 7.aspx.1 SAP NetWeaver Composition Environment 7.0\enu\sqljdbc4.jar For more information.0 driver that must be used with Java 1. It is recommended to install the JDBC driver to: C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server JDBC Driver 3.oracle.jar files included with the installation: is the JDBC 3.jar is included with Oracle 11.jar © Copyright 2013 SAP AG.2 ojdbc6.com.14 Installation preparation SAP NetWeaver Identity Management Identity Center Installation overview JDBC driver 3 The JDBC driver for Microsoft SQL Server 2008 can be downloaded here: http://www. see http://msdn.jar Or C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server JDBC Driver 3. Oracle 11 For Oracle 11.0 The JDBC driver name is: com. .0\sqljdbc_3.0 driver that must be used with Java 1.jdbc.com/downloads/en/details. ojdbc6. The CLASSPATH must be set to the correct file: C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server JDBC Driver 3. All rights reserved.) Follow the installation instructions on that page.jar ojdbc14.aspx?FamilyID=a737000d-68d0-4531-b65dda0f2a735707&displaylang=en.0 SAP JVM 6.5 installations (SAP JVM 4.0\sqljdbc_3.microsoft.sqlserver. sqljdbc.5) SAP NetWeaver 7.

2 or later. see https://service.com/instguidesnwce711.3.db2.DB2Driver Make sure that the file name is added to the classpath. All rights reserved. as they utilize new capabilities of the underlying technology For details about Release 7.1/ is where IBM DB2 is installed.1/java where /opt/ibm/db2/V10.sap. Installing SAP NetWeaver AS Java Install one of the following versions of SAP NetWeaver AS Java on all servers that are going to host the Identity Management User Interface.com/installnw70. see https://service.ibm.1.sap. These JDBC drivers must be obtained by the vendor of the database or other data source.1.jcc.sap. For details about SAP NetWeaver 7. see https://service. see https://service.jar The JDBC driver name is: com. For details about SAP NetWeaver Composition Environment 7.0.sap.com/instguidesnwce72. JDBC drivers for external systems Any JDBC drivers that are accessed by the Runtime Components must be installed and made available on all servers.1 SAP NetWeaver Composition Environment 7. The file name is: db2jcc4. . For details about EhP 1 for SAP NetWeaver CE 7.0 SP14 or higher Enhancement Package 1 for SAP NetWeaver Composition Environment 7.2. By default it is installed this folder: Microsoft Windows: C:\Program Files\IBM\SQLLIB\java\ Unix: /opt/ibm/db2/V10.com/installnw73. SAP NetWeaver 7. © Copyright 2013 SAP AG.2 SAP NetWeaver 7. SAP NetWeaver AS Java as of Release 7.3 Note: Some of the upcoming enhancements may only be available on EhP1 for NW CE 7.15 Installation preparation SAP NetWeaver Identity Management Identity Center Installation overview IBM DB2 JDBC driver The JDBC driver for IBM DB2 is installed with the database client.

All rights reserved. Designtime Components The designtime components consist of the following modules: Identity Center database schema (Microsoft SQL Server/Oracle/IBM DB2) Management Console Microsoft Active Directory Password hook For details see the following documents that are found in the /Documents folder: SAP NetWeaver Identity Management Identity Center: Installing the database (Microsoft SQL Server) SAP NetWeaver Identity Management Identity Center: Installing the database (Oracle) SAP NetWeaver Identity Management Identity Center: Installing the database (IBM DB2) SAP NetWeaver Identity Management Identity Center: Installing the Management Console And the following document in the /PasswordHook folder: SAP NetWeaver Identity Management Password Hook Configuration Guide Runtime Components For details. Note: If the Runtime Components are installed on the same system as the Management Console.16 Installation SAP NetWeaver Identity Management Identity Center Installation overview Installation The Identity Center consists of three separate downloads on the download area of SAP NetWeaver Identity Management 7. . see the SAP NetWeaver Identity Management Identity Center: Installing the Identity Center Runtime Components. they must be installed to the same folder.2 on SAP Service Marketplace. Identity Management User Interface For details. see the SAP NetWeaver Identity Management Identity Center: Installing and configuring the Identity Management User Interface located in the download. Designtime components Runtime Components User Interface Note: Make sure that all necessary prerequisites are present before installing each of the Identity Center components. © Copyright 2013 SAP AG. located in the /Documents folder.

17 Post-installation SAP NetWeaver Identity Management Identity Center Installation overview Post-installation Configuring the Java Runtime Environment The Java Runtime Environment must be configured both for the Management Console and the Runtime Components. Note: Make sure that you choose java. You will see whether you have chosen a 32-bit or 64-bit Java version below the field. Specify which Java Runtime Environment the Management Console should use: 1. Choose "OK" to close the dialog box. Choose Tools/Options… to open the "Options" dialog box: Fill in the fields "Path to java. Runtime Components To configure the Java Runtime Environment for the Runtime Components.exe" and "Path to jvm. Management Console After the installation you must configure the Java Runtime Environment for the Management Console. 2.dll". © Copyright 2013 SAP AG. All rights reserved.exe and jvm.dll from the same Java version. see SAP NetWeaver Identity Management Identity Center Initial Configuration. .

Choose Tools/Options… and select the "Java" tab: Add the JDBC driver to the Identity Center database in the "JDBC driver jar" field. Add the JDBC driver to the CLASSPATH environment variable. you can use the following methods: Choose Tools/Option… and add the JDBC driver to the Identity Center's CLASSPATH extension. . 2. If only the Runtime Components are installed on the server you must add the JDBC driver to the CLASSPATH environment variable. Adding the JDBC driver for the dispatcher(s) The dispatcher only needs JDBC driver to the Identity Center database. so to avoid that the dispatcher needs to load all JDBC drivers and libraries added to the CLASSPATH extension.18 Post-installation SAP NetWeaver Identity Management Identity Center Installation overview Adding JDBC driver(s) and libraries JDBC driver(s) to the databases (or other data sources) that the Runtime Components will access must be available on all servers with the Runtime Components as described on page 12. you can add this separately: 1. How this can/must be done depends on the environment: If the Management Console is installed on the same server. © Copyright 2013 SAP AG. All rights reserved. Choose "OK". Adding the JDBC drivers and libraries for the runtime engine The JDBC drivers and other libraries required by the runtime engine must be added to the CLASSPATH extension. You will be asked to regenerate the dispatcher scripts.

Production (Size XL) When upgrading a production environment with high availability requirements. To upgrade an Identity Center 7. 4.2 to a newer version of 7. 5. 10.2. 3.19 Upgrading an Identity Center SAP NetWeaver Identity Management Identity Center Installation overview Upgrading an Identity Center Note: How you upgrade an Identity Center from Identity Management 7. 1. each of the components must be upgraded. 2. Upgrade the Identity Management User Interface.0 to 7. This also applies to upgrading to a Service Pack (SP). Upgrade the database schema. Upgrade the Management Console. Note: How you upgrade an Identity Center from Identity Management 7. Upgrade the Management Console. The upgrade procedure for each component is described in the component's installation description. The upgrade procedure for each component is described in the component's installation description. 6. which involves upgrading all components. Back up your system. © Copyright 2013 SAP AG. 7.1 to 7. 4. Upgrade the Runtime Components. Stop dispatchers and event services. 9. Remove the access to the Identity Management User Interface.1. Upgrade the Identity Management User Interface. All rights reserved. 8.2. 2. Start the dispatchers and event services. Provide access to the Identity Management User Interface.1 to 7. Optional: Update the Windows runtime engine.2 is described in the document SAP NetWeaver Identity Management Migrating from Identity Management 7. Demo/development or Test/QA (Size S or M) Perform the upgrade in the following sequence. . Upgrade the Runtime Components. do as follows: 1. 3.1 is described in the document SAP NetWeaver Identity Management Identity Center Installation Overview for version 7. Upgrade the database schema.

You can also access the product's help file from the Management Console by choosing Help/Help topics. All rights reserved.20 What's next? SAP NetWeaver Identity Management Identity Center Installation overview What's next? The following documents contain useful information to get started with the Identity Center: SAP NetWeaver Identity Management Identity Center Initial Configuration SAP NetWeaver Identity Management Identity Center Tutorial: Provisioning These documents are available from the Start menu and the installation web page. . © Copyright 2013 SAP AG. Select the content for 'SAP Netweaver Identity Management'.