Micro Integrator users with admin privileges can manage other users in an LDAP or RDBMS user store that is connected to the Micro Integrator server. These user management tasks include viewing, adding, and removing users.
If a user with admin privileges does not exist in your user store, the admin credentials will be created when you invoke the Micro Integrator's management API for the first time. That is, when you log in to the Micro Integrator server from the CLI tool/dashboard, or directly invoke the management API, the user credentials you use will get stored in the user store and admin privileges will be assigned.
An existing admin user can log in to the Micro Integrator server from the CLI tool or the dashboard to add new users with admin privileges. An admin user can only be removed by the creator.
Managing users from the CLI¶
See the Micro Integrator CLI documentation to set up the tool. Be sure to log in to the Micro Integrator server (from the CLI) with your admin user name and password.
Use the mi user option in the CLI with the required commands as shown in the following examples:
# To add a new user. mi user add [new user-id] [password] [is-admin] # To remove a user mi user remove [user-id] # To list all the users mi user show # To list user by user ID mi user show [user ID] # To list users by user role mi user show -r [role name] # To list users matching a user name regex pattern mi user show -p [user name regex pattern]
Managing users from the Dashboard¶
See the Micro Integrator Dashboard documentation to set up the dashboard. Be sure to log in to the Micro Integrator server (from the dashboard) with your admin user name and password.
Select Users in the left-hand navigator and use the Users tab to view the list of existing users. You can also delete other users (non-admin users and admin users created by you).
Go to the Add User tab to create new users. Note that you can assign admin privileges during the creation.