The Identity Processing Threshold feature gives you the ability to stop lifecycle events before they are fully processed, to protect against dangerous or accidentally-triggered workflows from completing. For example, if someone makes a change in the Human Resources database that accidentally changes the status of an entire department's employees to "terminated", the identity processing threshold can stop IdentityIQ from running a Leaver workflow for hundreds of employees.
Thresholds can be set either as a fixed number, or as a percentage of identities. When a threshold is set, the Identity Refresh task will terminate when the threshold is met, without updating any identities.
Identity Processing Threshold can be configured both in Rapid Setup (as global setting) and in Lifecycle Events, for specific workflows. In addition, there are some settings in the Identity Refresh task that must be set to fully enable this feature.
The Identity Processing Threshold in Rapid Setup is configured as a global setting, for each type of processing event.
Identity Processing Thresholds are set individually for different types of Lifecycle Events.
The Identity Refresh task must be set to process events in order for the Identity Processing Threshold to work as intended.