000034957 - How to determine who has created an RSA Identity Governance and Lifecycle Account Data Collector (ADC)

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Article Number000034957
Applies ToRSA Product Set: RSA Identity Governance and Lifecycle, Identity Management and Governance
RSA Product/Service Type: Enterprise Software
RSA Version/Condition: 7.0.1
Platform: Linux
 
IssueTo determine the user that has created an Account Collector, navigate to Collectors > Account Collector > Show History (link) > Collector History.  
While the column in the Collector History is Modified By, the first line will always be the Creation step.
This applies to both an Import of an Account Collector Metadata and the Creation of an Account Collector, given that the same underlying Java classes are called to perform the operation.
The aveksaServer.log does record when an Account Collector is created or imported.  For example:
03/02/2017 22:57:27.165 INFO (Thread-246) [com.aveksa.client.component.communication.ChangeListHandler] 
Got new change item method=Run ChangeItem[ID=65, type=CollectorUpdation, source=10, source-name=Waltham Groups] 
(and)
03/02/2017 22:57:27.263 INFO (ApplyChangesRegularThread-645) [com.aveksa.client.datacollector.framework.DataCollectorManagerFactory]
DCMF64: Created DataCollectorManager for collector: 10

However, when an Account Collector is created or imported, the Aveksa user is not recorded in the log.
Resolution

Account Collector Creator by UI


  1. Login to RSA Identity Governance and Lifecycle as an Aveksa administrator.
  2. Navigate through the menu as follows:  Collectors > Account Collector > Show History (link) > Collector History.
  3. The user that created or imported the ADC is the first entry in the Collector History.
This shows the history for a new collector "Manual Create ADC".

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