In case of every tenant startup, including the super tenant, the claim configurations are read directly from the
<IS_HOME>/repository/conf/claim-config.xml file. So claims mapped for SCIM in the super tenant's management console are not seen by a newly created tenant as the User Realm is always built using the configuration found in the claim-config.xml file. So the recommended approach is to do the claim mapping in the
<IS_HOME>/repository/conf/claim-config.xml file. However, you must note that the claim-config.xml file is only read during the first startup of the server. Any modifications made to this file after the first startup won't would not have any effect.
A set of claims is identified as a dialect. Different dialects represent the same piece of information with different claim URIs.