Audience: ClassLink Administrator
- User List
- Destination Toggles (Export Type)
- Correlation User Interface
- Manage Word List
- Conditions/Data Transforms on Single Value List
- Active Directory: sAMAccountName for Group Mappings
- CSV Retrieval Protocol: SFTP Port
- Settings Icon
From the User List, you can now view the remote (linked) user information from Active Directory, G Suite, or Azure. To preview a user's destination links:
- Navigate to the User List.
- Preview the user by clicking the eye icon.
- As shown below, click on the Destination Links tab at the top of the slide over.
- Select a destination from the drop-down list.
Once you have selected a destination from the drop-down list you will be able to see the user's information within the destination. The example below shows a user that has a link to an Active Directory destination, this link can be broken by clicking on the red Unlink User button. This has the same behavior as unlinking a user manually within a correlation.
Similar to unlinking users to a destination, you can also now link users to a user within a specific destination if a link doesn't already exist.
You can also unlink a user from a destination if that user has a broken link which means that the user has a link from OneSync to the destination but for whatever reason, that user was deleted from the destination.
Destination Toggles (Export Type)
We have updated the Export Type for each destination to be independent for each destination. For a specific destination you can select three different Export Types:
- Disabled: The destination will not run and is disabled in OneSync.
- Manual: The destination will have to be run manually and will not sync automatically.
- Automatic: The destination will sync automatically whenever the user data attributed to that destination is changed within OneSync or the destination configuration is changed.
Correlation User Interface
We have revamped the Correlation User Interface to be easier and more useful when linking users from OneSync to a destination. Correlation still works the same, just has a slightly different flow when linking and matching users.
When matching users there is a green equal sign that you can click on either the left or right user which will link the two selected users.
We've updated the matching process which is now called Automatch Users and will match users based on the selected match rules. In the example below, the users will be matched based upon their sAMAccountName in Active Directory.
After the Automatch is complete, you will be able to review your matches where you can either reject/accept individual matches or all of the matches.
To accept an individual match, click on the green equal sign button in the row corresponding to that specific user.
To reject an individual match, click on the red crossed-out link button in the row corresponding to the specific user.
You can also confirm all matches by clicking on the green Confirm All Matches button in the bottom right corner. To reject all matches, click on the red Reject All Matches button in the bottom left corner.
You can also preview a user's fields by clicking on the blue eye icon next to the green equal sign which will display the matching fields that OneSync has with the destination. The matching properties will have a green checkmark next to the field whereas the fields that don't match or not in OneSync will have a red x next to the field.
Manage Word List
A new feature has been added to allow you to manage your Hash List within OS Settings. You will be able to view, add, or remove words from the hash list with this feature.
To use this feature navigate to OS Settings -> click on Manage Hash List.
A slide over will appear that will have all of the words that are in your Hash List file that you've uploaded or have put into your C:\ClassLink OneSync folder.
Conditions/Data Transforms on Single Value List
We added the ability to perform Data Transforms on Single Value Lists! When importing a Single Value List you can do replacements within the list for specific values, and much more.
The example below shows a Data Transform on a Single Value List that is replacing the value Group 3 with the value Example Replacement. This data transform will happen with every instance of Group 3 if the initial value were to be in the Single Value List multiple times.
We've also added the ability to create conditions based on Single Value Lists. The Relations that can be used on arrays are:
- Has one that equals: The array contains at least one value that equals the specified Value.
- Has one that starts with: The array contains at least one value that starts with the specified Value.
- Has one entry: The array contains at least one value (it is not empty).
- Has no entries: The array contains no values (is empty).
- At least one contains: The array has a Value that contains a character or specified set of characters.
- At least one matches regex: The array contains at least one value that matches the given regex.
Active Directory: sAMAccountName for Group Mappings
We have added the ability to set a sAMAccountName for groups when adding a new group through OneSync. You will find this setting by clicking on the blue cog when assigning a Group Path.
Once you have clicked on the blue cog a new slide over will appear with the advanced settings.
CSV Retrieval Protocol: SFTP Port
We have added the ability to specify which port you would like to retrieve your CSV from over an SFTP connection. If you leave the port blank it will default to port 22. This setting is available for remote delivery (destinations) and also secondary sources.
We have given OS Settings its own button which is shown below. The cog is located on the top Navigation Bar instead of within the Dropdown that it used to be located within.