Security Information Values

You must use the values detailed in the table below to enter security information for the following functions:

The action parameters can be required or optional depending on the type of security that you implement. For each security type the required values are:

Security Information Values for Different Repositories

Security Type Unmapped security Mapped security
Documentum
  • user: Documentum user name
  • pass: Documentum password
  • user: Documentum user name
  • group: comma-separated list of groups to which the user belongs
eRoom N/A
  • user: eRoom user name
  • group: comma-separated list of groups to which the user belongs
Exchange
  • user: Exchange user profile name
  • domain: Exchange server domain name
  • user: Exchange user name
  • domain: Exchange domain name
FileNet N/A
  • user: FileNET user name
  • group: comma-separated list of groups to which the user belongs
iManage N/A
  • user: iManage user name
  • group: comma-separated list of groups to which the user belongs
Lotus Notes
  • user: Notes user name
  • group: comma-separated list of groups that the user belongs to
  • user: Notes user name
  • group: comma-separated list of groups to which the user belongs
Microsoft NT
  • user: NT user name
  • pass: NT password
  • domain: NT domain name

If your security type is AUTONOMY_SECURITY_V4_NT_MAPPED:

  • user: NT_domain_name\user_name
  • group: NT_domain_name\group

Note: The security string must be escaped.

If your security type is AUTONOMY_SECURITY_NT_MAPPED:

  • user: NT user name
  • domain: NT domain name
  • group: comma-separated list of groups to which the user belongs
NetWare
  • user: NetWare user name
  • pass: NetWare password
  • domain: NetWare domain name
  • user: NetWare user name
  • domain: NewWare domain name
  • group: comma-separated list of groups to which the user belongs
ODBC Dependent on the stored function/procedure N/A
OpenText
  • user: OpenText user name
  • pass: OpenText password
  • user: OpenText user name
  • group: comma-separated list of groups to which the user belongs
Oracle Dependent on the stored function/procedure N/A
PCDocs N/A
  • user: PCDocs user name
  • group: comma-separated list of groups to which the user belongs
SharePoint N/A
  • user: SharePoint user name
  • group: comma-separated list of groups to which the user belongs
UNIX N/A
  • user: UNIX user name
  • group: comma-separated list of groups to which the user belongs

Example:

t_aciObject* acioCommand = NULL;

aciObjectCreate(&acioCommand, ACI_COMMAND);
aciObjectSetUserSecurityInfo(acioCommand, "nt", ACI_SECURITY_DOMAIN,"AUTONOMY");
aciObjectSetUserSecurityInfo(acioCommand, "nt", ACI_SECURITY_GROUP,"Users");
aciObjectSetUserSecurityInfo(acioCommand, "nt", ACI_SECURITY_USERNAME,"johnsmith");

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