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This section lists out all the user management related tables and their attributes in the WSO2 Identity Server database. 

UM_TENANT

When creating a tenant, the details of the tenant are stored in this table. UM_ID is the auto generated tenant ID. Following are the columns of the table.
  • UM_ID          
  • UM_DOMAIN_NAME  
  • UM_EMAIL       
  • UM_ACTIVE     
  • UM_CREATED_DATE
  • UM_USER_CONFIG
     

UM_DOMAIN

The user store domains of all tenants are stored in this table. By default for a tenant, there are three domains as PRIMARY, SYSTEM and INTERNAL. If a secondary user store is added for a tenant, the user store domain details for that also will get stored in this table.
  • UM_DOMAIN_ID  
  • UM_DOMAIN_NAME
  • UM_TENANT_ID

UM_USER

When a JDBC user store is used as a primary or secondary user store, the user details will be stored in this table upon user creation. Following are the columns of the table.
  • UM_ID            
  • UM_USER_NAME     
  • UM_USER_PASSWORD
  • UM_SALT_VALUE    
  • UM_REQUIRE_CHANGE
  • UM_CHANGED_TIME   
  • UM_TENANT_ID
     

UM_ROLE

When a JDBC user store is used as a primary or secondary user store, the user role details will be stored in this table upon creation of a role. Following are the columns of the table.
  • UM_ID         
  • UM_ROLE_NAME  
  • UM_TENANT_ID   
  • UM_SHARED_ROLE
     

UM_MODULE

This table is not being used in Identity Server latest version.
  • UM_ID       
  • UM_MODULE_NAME
     

UM_MODULE_ACTIONS

This table is not being used in Identity Server latest version.
  • UM_ACTION   
  • UM_MODULE_ID

 

UM_PERMISSION

The permission tree is stored in this table. These are the permissions to be assigned for user roles. Following are the columns of the table.
  • UM_ID         
  • UM_RESOURCE_ID
  • UM_ACTION    
  • UM_TENANT_ID   
  • UM_MODULE_ID
     

UM_ROLE_PERMISSION

All the permissions assigned to a role are stored in this table. A role can have multiple records in this table and each record is associated with a particular permission defined by UM_PERMISSION_ID. This permission ID is linked to UM_PERMISSION table. Following are the columns of the table.  
  • UM_ID          
  • UM_PERMISSION_ID
  • UM_ROLE_NAME    
  • UM_IS_ALLOWED    
  • UM_TENANT_ID    
  • UM_DOMAIN_ID
     

UM_USER_PERMISSION

This table is not used in the latest Identity Server version. Following are the columns of the table.
  • UM_ID           
  • UM_PERMISSION_ID
  • UM_USER_NAME    
  • UM_IS_ALLOWED    
  • UM_TENANT_ID

 

UM_USER_ROLE

The relationship with users and roles is stored in this table. One user can have multiple roles assigned and similarly, one role can have multiple users assigned into it. User is mapped with UM_USER_ID and the role is mapped with UM_ROLE_ID. Following are the columns of the table.
  • UM_ID     
  • UM_ROLE_ID  
  • UM_USER_ID  
  • UM_TENANT_ID

 

UM_SHARED_USER_ROLE

This table is not being used in the latest version of the Identity Server.
  • UM_ROLE_ID       
  • UM_USER_ID       
  • UM_USER_TENANT_ID
  • UM_ROLE_TENANT_ID

 

UM_ACCOUNT_MAPPING

This table is not being used in the latest version of the Identity Server.
  • UM_ID               
  • UM_USER_NAME     
  • UM_TENANT_ID        
  • UM_USER_STORE_DOMAIN
  • UM_ACC_LINK_ID

 

UM_USER_ATTRIBUTE

When a JDBC user store is used and a user is created in that user store, attributes can be added for the user profile. Each attribute will have a record in the table as key value pairs where UM_ATTR_NAME and UM_ATTR_VALUE columns contain the attribute name and value respectively. UM_USER_ID column contains the ID of the user which points to the UM_ID column of the UM_USER table. If a JDBC user store is used, multiple profiles can be created for a user. The profile that the user attribute belongs is given in UM_PROFILE_ID column. Following are the columns of the table.
  • UM_ID       
  • UM_ATTR_NAME  
  • UM_ATTR_VALUE
  • UM_PROFILE_ID
  • UM_USER_ID    
  • UM_TENANT_ID
     

UM_DIALECT

In claim management, all the claims are grouped into dialects. A claim dialect is a group of claims. One claim dialect can have multiple claims. Those claims are stored in UM_CLAIM table. The claim dialects are stored in this table. Following are the columns of the table.
  • UM_ID         
  • UM_DIALECT_URI
  • UM_TENANT_ID

 

UM_CLAIM

All the claims of all claim dialects are stored in this table. Following are the columns of the table.
  • UM_ID                  
  • UM_DIALECT_ID             
  • UM_CLAIM_URI          
  • UM_DISPLAY_TAG           
  • UM_DESCRIPTION            
  • UM_MAPPED_ATTRIBUTE_DOMAIN
  • UM_MAPPED_ATTRIBUTE      
  • UM_REG_EX                 
  • UM_SUPPORTED             
  • UM_REQUIRED              
  • UM_DISPLAY_ORDER          
  • UM_CHECKED_ATTRIBUTE      
  • UM_READ_ONLY             
  • UM_TENANT_ID

 

UM_PROFILE_CONFIG

This table is not being used in the Identity Server latest version. Following are the columns in the table.
  • UM_ID         
  • UM_DIALECT_ID   
  • UM_PROFILE_NAME
  • UM_TENANT_ID

 

UM_HYBRID_ROLE

All the “internal” roles are stored in this table. By default “everyone” role is there for each tenant. Apart from that, for each Service Provider created, a role will be added to this table with the same name as the Service Provider name. Following are the columns of the table.
  • UM_ID    
  • UM_ROLE_NAME
  • UM_TENANT_ID

 

UM_HYBRID_USER_ROLE

When a user is assigned an “internal” role, that is recorded in this table. The “internal” roles are stored in UM_HYBRID_ROLE table and from this table, the users are mapped to those roles. Following are the columns of the table.
  • UM_ID      
  • UM_USER_NAME
  • UM_ROLE_ID   
  • UM_TENANT_ID
  • UM_DOMAIN_ID

 

UM_SYSTEM_USER

System users of the Identity Server are stored in this table. The “wso2.anonymous.user” user is by default created. Following are the columns of the table.
  • UM_ID            
  • UM_USER_NAME     
  • UM_USER_PASSWORD
  • UM_SALT_VALUE  
  • UM_REQUIRE_CHANGE
  • UM_CHANGED_TIME   
  • UM_TENANT_ID

 

UM_SYSTEM_ROLE

System roles of the Identity Server are stored in this table. The “wso2.anonymous.role” is created by default which is a special role that represents a user that has not logged into the Identity Server Management Console. Granting "Read" access to resources for this role would mean that you do not require authentication to access resources using the respective permalinks. Following are the columns of the table.
  • UM_ID    
  • UM_ROLE_NAME
  • UM_TENANT_ID

 

UM_SYSTEM_USER_ROLE

Storing the system roles assigned to the the system users is done with this table. UM_USER_NAME contains the username of the system user. UM_ROLE_ID column contains the ID of the system role which points to the UM_ID column of the UM_SYSTEM_ROLE table. “wso2.anonymous.role” system role is by default assigned to the “wso2.anonymous.user” system user in this table. Following are the columns of the table.
  • UM_ID      
  • UM_USER_NAME
  • UM_ROLE_ID   
  • UM_TENANT_ID

 

UM_HYBRID_REMEMBER_ME

When login to the management console of the Identity Server, user can select the ‘Remember Me’ option. Upon successful login, a record will be added to this table. UM_USER_NAME column contains the username of the user. UM_CREATED_TIME is the date and time of the login. UM_COOKIE_VALUE column contains the wso2.carbon.rememberme cookie value which is created upon login.
  • UM_ID          
  • UM_USER_NAME    
  • UM_COOKIE_VALUE
  • UM_CREATED_TIME
  • UM_TENANT_ID

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