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ARS - Mirror Request

aalvarez_mk
New Contributor II
New Contributor II

We have the following requirement: When a user requests access to endpoint A (Production) we need the request to automatically be duplicated in endpoint B (UAT). This would include the account creation as well as duplicating which entitlements were requested. I have seen numerous items related to associating entitlements, but it seems cumbersome to create an associated entitlement or entitlement map for every entitlement in an application, as well as update it if any changes happen i.e. new entitlement added. Also looked into using an analytic to compare access in endpoint A and have provisioning analytic provision to endpoint B, but that seems like it would be an extremely complex logic to identify the appropriate entitlement(s) to be replicated. Is there a better way to accomplish this? Or if anyone has accomplished this what was used to function programatically?

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rushikeshvartak
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All-Star

Currently its not supported to raise automatically rrequest for another application. You can explore custom extenstion with saviynt rest api


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Rushikesh Vartak
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Would leveraging something like an actionable analytic to identify completed tasks from the day, and identify the corresponding access in the dependent system work?

Yes 


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Rushikesh Vartak
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Do you happen to have some sort of sample where we can compare completed tasks for one endpoint that compares and pulls appropriate access in another endpoint with the same entitlement values?

You can create analytics report and compare result between last 2 runs of same report


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Rushikesh Vartak
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