Table of Contents

  1. About the Security Guide
  2. Introduction to Informatica Security
  3. User Authentication
  4. LDAP Security Domains
  5. Kerberos Authentication
  6. Domain Security
  7. SAML Authentication for Informatica Web Applications
  8. Security Management in Informatica Administrator
  9. Users and Groups
  10. Privileges and Roles
  11. Permissions
  12. Audit Reports
  13. Command Line Privileges and Permissions
  14. Custom Roles
  15. Default List of Cipher Suites

Security Guide

Security Guide

pmcmd Commands

pmcmd Commands

To run pmcmd commands, users must have the listed sets of PowerCenter Repository Service privileges and PowerCenter repository object permissions.
When the PowerCenter Integration Service runs in safe mode, users must have the Administrator role for the associated PowerCenter Repository Service to run the following commands:
  • aborttask
  • abortworkflow
  • getrunningsessionsdetails
  • getservicedetails
  • getsessionstatistics
  • gettaskdetails
  • getworkflowdetails
  • recoverworkflow
  • scheduleworkflow
  • starttask
  • startworkflow
  • stoptask
  • stopworkflow
  • unscheduleworkflow
The following table lists the required privileges and permissions for pmcmd commands:
pmcmd Command
Privilege Group
Privilege Name
Permission
aborttask (started by own user account)
-
-
Read and Execute on folder
aborttask (started by other users)
Run-time Objects
Manage Execution
Read and Execute on folder
abortworkflow (started by own user account)
-
-
Read and Execute on folder
abortworkflow (started by other users)
Run-time Objects
Manage Execution
Read and Execute on folder
connect
-
-
-
disconnect
-
-
-
exit
-
-
-
getrunningsessionsdetails
Run-time Objects
Monitor
-
getservicedetails
Run-time Objects
Monitor
Read on folder
getserviceproperties
-
-
-
getsessionstatistics
Run-time Objects
Monitor
Read on folder
gettaskdetails
Run-time Objects
Monitor
Read on folder
getworkflowdetails
Run-time Objects
Monitor
Read on folder
help
-
-
-
pingservice
-
-
-
recoverworkflow (started by own user account)
Run-time Objects
Execute
Read and Execute on folder
Read and Execute on connection object
Permission on operating system profile (if applicable)
recoverworkflow (started by other users)
Run-time Objects
Manage Execution
Read and Execute on folder
Read and Execute on connection object
Permission on operating system profile (if applicable)
scheduleworkflow
Run-time Objects
Manage Execution
Read and Execute on folder
Read and Execute on connection object
Permission on operating system profile (if applicable)
setfolder
-
-
Read on folder
setnowait
-
-
-
setwait
-
-
-
showsettings
-
-
-
starttask
Run-time Objects
Execute
Read and Execute on folder
Read and Execute on connection object
Permission on operating system profile (if applicable)
startworkflow
Run-time Objects
Execute
Read and Execute on folder
Read and Execute on connection object
Permission on operating system profile (if applicable)
stoptask (started by own user account)
-
-
Read and Execute on folder
stoptask (started by other users)
Run-time Objects
Manage Execution
Read and Execute on folder
stopworkflow (started by own user account)
-
-
Read and Execute on folder
stopworkflow (started by other users)
Run-time Objects
Manage Execution
Read and Execute on folder
unscheduleworkflow
Run-time Objects
Manage Execution
Read and Execute on folder
unsetfolder
-
-
Read on folder
version
-
-
-
waittask
Run-time Objects
Monitor
Read on folder
waitworkflow
Run-time Objects
Monitor
Read on folder

Updated July 24, 2019


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