The infrastructure modules provide the underlying features needed for core services:
- BPMN 2.0 Workflow Engine
The embedded workflow and business process engine is based on Flowable and the Business Process Model and Notation (BPMN) 2.0 standard.
For more information, see the Workflow Guide.
- Task Scanner
The task scanner performs a batch scan for a specified property, on a scheduled interval, then executes a task when the value of that property matches a specified value.
The scheduler supports Quartz cron triggers and simple triggers. Use the scheduler to trigger regular reconciliations, liveSync, and scripts, to collect and run reports, to trigger workflows, and to perform custom logging.
- Script Engine
- Policy Service
An extensible policy service applies validation requirements to objects and properties, when they are created or updated.
- Audit Logging
Auditing logs all relevant system activity to the configured log stores. This includes the data from reconciliation as a basis for reporting, as well as detailed activity logs to capture operations on the internal (managed) and external (system) objects.
For more information, see Configure Audit Logging.
The repository provides a common abstraction for a pluggable persistence layer. IDM supports reconciliation and synchronization with several major external data stores in production, including relational databases, LDAP servers, and even flat CSV and XML files.
The repository API uses a JSON-based object model with RESTful principles consistent with the other IDM services. To facilitate testing, IDM includes an embedded instance of ForgeRock Directory Services (DS). In production, you must use a supported repository, as described in Select a Repository.