By using the management agent for Microsoft SQL Server, you can synchronize with SQL Server 2000, SQL Server 2005, or SQL Server 2008.
Connected data source support
- SQL Server 2000
- SQL Server 2005
- SQL Server 2008
Management agent type
This is a call-based management agent.
The schema is generated based on the source database table definition. When you refresh the schema for this management agent, the connected data source schema is rediscovered, the current management agent schema is updated, and then Management Agent Designer starts. In Management Agent Designer, you can correct any inconsistencies introduced by the updated schema, such as deleted object types or deleted attributes.
- If you want to use Microsoft® Forefront
Identity Manager (FIM) 2010 to synchronize multiple SQL Server
tables or views, create a management agent for each table or
- To specify the local machine, or
localhost, as the SQL server in the management agent for
Microsoft SQL Server, enter "." for the SQL server name.
- One object type is created in the connector
space for each table or view.
- You are not required to install FIM on the
server running SQL Server.
- FIM does not support table names enclosed in
quotations. You will receive the following connection error:
"Failed to retrieve the database table schema. Unspecified
- SQL Server 2005 adds the following new data
SQL Server data type Maps to FIM data type:
User-Defined Type (UDT)
Not supported by the management agent for Microsoft SQL Server
None of the new SQL Server data types may be used as anchor attributes.
- This management agent supports password
management. For more information, see See Also.
- Configuring Management Agents
- Create a Management Agent
- Connect to a Microsoft SQL Server Database
- Configure Columns
- Configure Connector Filter Rules
- Configure Join and Projection Rules
- Configure Attribute Flow Rules
- Configure Deprovisioning Rules
- Configure Password Management and Specify Rules Extensions
- Forefront Identity Manager Password Management