JP1 Version 12 JP1/Integrated Management 2 - Manager Overview and System Design Guide

Summary of amendments

The following table lists changes in this manual (3021-3-D51-20(E)) and product changes related to this manual.



The Intelligent Integrated Management Base can now suggest response actions appropriate to the system status.

1.3.1, 1.3.6, 3.1.2, 3.7.4, Appendix A.1(2), Appendix A.2(2), Appendix D.1

A configuration change mode was adopted, which directly inherits both existing JP1 event information and mappings between JP1 events and IM management nodes.

3.2.7, 3.4.1

The information when the product is linked with JP1/OA, JP1/NNMi, and JP1/SSO can now be displayed.


The Execution Agent window provided by JP1/AJS - Web Console can now be used to check the details of jobnets.


Root jobnets can now be associated with units by wait conditions and jobnet connectors.


Linkage with external products other than JP1 products can now be established by single sign-on.

3.7.5, Appendix A.1(2), Appendix A.2(2)

The applicable Integrated Operation Viewer window can now be directly displayed from a URL.


The timeout periods when JP1/IM - Manager is started and stopped can now be changed.

13.7.11, Appendix A.2(3)

New files and folders were added to the shared disk of the Intelligent Integrated Management Base.

Appendix A

The following files and directories were added to the Intelligent Integrated Management Base:

  • Suggestion definition files

  • Model files for the suggestion definition files

  • Suggestion template files

  • Model files for the suggestion template files

  • A response action execution history file

  • A single sign-on mapping definition file

  • A model file for the single sign-on mapping definition file

Appendix A.1(2), Appendix A.2(2)

The maximum number of management nodes that can be managed with the Intelligent Integrated Management Base was increased to 150,000.

Appendix D.1

Information regarding the regular expressions of the Intelligent Integrated Management Base was added.

Appendix G.1, Appendix G.4

An additional explanation regarding connectivity with previous versions was provided.

Appendix H

The following terms were added to the glossary:

  • ID token

  • JSON Web Token (JWT)

  • Keycloak

  • OAuth 2.0

  • Okta Identity Cloud (Okta)

  • OpenID Connect (OIDC)

  • OpenID provider (OP)

  • access token

  • client ID

  • client secret

  • criterion information

  • single sign-on

  • single sign-on mapping

  • previous execution history

  • response action

  • suggestion icon

  • suggestion activation criteria

  • suggestion function

  • suggestion information

  • suggestion definition file

  • suggestion display criteria

  • authorization

  • authentication

  • refresh token

Appendix N

The following OSs are now supported:

  • Linux 8

  • Oracle Linux 8


In addition to the above changes, minor editorial corrections were made.