Audience: ClassLink Administrator
- Destinations: Re-create users with Broken Links
- Destinations: Flyovers and Tabs
- Events & Actions: Windows Powershell Option
- Export Logs: No Change
- Sources: Allow Duplicate Headers in CSVs
- Function: To_Int(value)
Destinations: Re-create users with Broken Links
A new destination setting has been added in destination Advanced Settings. If a user was previously created but currently does not exist in the destination, this setting will tell the export functionality to automatically break the user-destination link (without using correlation) and re-create the user.
To activate the setting:
1. Navigate to the Advanced Settings in your destination.
2. The default setting is No. If set to Yes, the setting will automatically break links for applicable users and queue new "Add" actions for these users.
Destinations: Flyovers and Tabs
The user interface for destination settings has been modified so that all username and event settings have been segregated into tabs within their flyovers. This includes username configurations and settings, custom mappings, groups, and events & actions.
Username settings have been divided into Rules, Resolutions, and Cross-Domain Uniqueness.
Destination events have been divided into Basic Details, Conditions, Mappings/Actions, and User Account Controls (for Active Directory destinations).
Events & Actions: Windows Powershell Option
For the Execute PowerShell Script action in Events & Actions, you can now specify whether to run the script via Windows PowerShell or PowerShell Core.
1. Navigate to your destination event.
2. In the Actions tab -> edit the parameters.
3. In the flyover, click the toggle to specify Windows PowerShell or PowerShell Core.
Export Logs: No Change
A new action type has been added to export logs for Active Directory destinations. During an Edit export action, if no properties are updated, the action type will instead be queued as "No Change" instead of "Edit".
Sources: Allow Duplicate Headers in CSVs
You can create a source and import from CSVs that contain duplicate headers. While creating a CSV source, you can specify whether or not to "Concatenate data of duplicate headers?".
Selecting No will block you from creating the source.
Selecting Yes will allow you to map from the columns containing duplicate headers.
When you import from the CSV, the data from the duplicate headers will be concatenated into a single string with the original data separated by commas.
A new text-transformation function has been added: To_Int(Value). This function can be used to remove leading zeros and can only take numeric values. If a decimal is given as an input, the function will output the value rounded down to the nearest integer.