Audience: (ClassLink Administrator)
Destination Mappings: Enable/Disable Functionality
OneSync has added an enable/disable functionality to a destination's custom mappings, groups, and events & actions. When disabled, custom mappings, groups, and events & actions will behave as if they don't exist. Custom mappings will be voided and set back to default mapping values, users will be removed from groups, and events & actions will be nullified. To revert these changes, you must re-enable the mappings and export the destination to restore the changes.
Note: If automatic exports are enabled, both enabling and disabling any mapping type will trigger an export.
Sources: Formula-based Data Transforms
Previously, text-transformations were only applicable to destination mappings. Now you can use text transformations in a source's data transforms. The transformed data will then be available for use in destination mappings. In the Data Transforms tab of a source, click the Replacement Value box to call a list of text transformations. Transforms are processed from top to bottom. The example below will set the OneSync property "gradYear" based on each user's grade.
New Relation: Does Not Match Regex
We've added a new relation for conditions. This relation will include all users whose properties do not match the defined regex. This relation can be used in any condition for collections, mappings, groups, or events & actions. The image below defines a collection of users with surnames that do not contain the letter Z, that does not begin with the letters A through M, and that does not end with the letters N through Z. For reference, click here for common regex formulas.
Disable Users: Select OU to Move to
In the Disable Users tab of Correlation, you can manually disable users. When doing so, you can now select an OU to move disabled users to. Simply click the dropdown to select the desired OU within your destination and then click "Disable User" next to the desired user, or "Disable All Users" to disable all.
OS Updater: Restoring Backups
You can now use the OneSync updater to restore MySQL backups. The updater can be run with the following commands:
- "osupdater.exe r" : This will generate a MySQL backup and then prompt you to restore from a backup file.
- "osupdater.exe r n" : This will skip the backup stage and just prompt you to restore from a backup file.