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About ZERODAYPROVISIONING in sav.file

JPMac
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This is a sample of sav.file.

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#USER_NOT_IN_FILE_ACTION=NOACTION
#FILENAME=userupload3.csv
#DELIMITER=,
#SKIP_NUMBER_OF_LINES=1
#ZERODAYPROVISIONING=FALSE

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Does "ZERODAYPROVISIONING" have the same meaning as instance provisioning?
In other words, if ZERODAY PROVISIONING is set to True, users importing by using this sav.file will be provisioned without performing a WSRETRY job?

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SumathiSomala
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@JPMac 

Does "ZERODAYPROVISIONING" have the same meaning as instance provisioning?No

If ZERODAYPROVISIONING=TRUE:While importing the users into Saviynt if any technical rule condition is matches birth right access will be assigned to the user.

Set TRUE to allow birthright provisioning for users that you are importing.

You create a technical rule for providing birthright access to users when they are imported to EIC. Use this parameter to allow or deny birthright provisioning for users during import.

 

Regards,
Sumathi Somala
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JPMac
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Hi @SumathiSomala 

Thanks for your comment.

There are other CHECKRULES in the SAV file.

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#USER_NOT_IN_FILE_ACTION=NOACTION
#FILENAME=userupload3.csv
#DELIMITER=,
#SKIP_NUMBER_OF_LINES=1
#ZERODAYPROVISIONING=FALSE
#userReconcillationField=username
#GENERATESYSTEMUSERNAME=FALSE
#GENERATEEMAIL=FALSE
#EMAILTEMPLATE="Email Template Name"
#CHECKRULES=FALSE
#PASSWORDEXPIRED=FALSE

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I thought these CheckRules controlled whether Birthright Access was applied.
Can you tell me the difference between ZERODAYPROVISIONING and CHECKRULES?

 

@JPMac 

CHECKRULESUse this parameter check or ignore all the rules for all users that you are importing from the HR system.

The default value for this configuration is FALSE. Select TRUE to check the Identity Access Rules for the users being uploaded. This results in additional overhead and involves going through each of the Identity Access Rules, checking the conditions, comparing the rules for each user being uploaded, and creating tasks if a condition matches.

When the option is selected as FALSE, all user details are imported.

This option is useful if minor changes are made in the HR system to the users that are already existing in EIC.

ZERODAYPROVISIONINGSet TRUE to allow birthright provisioning for users that you are importing.

 Use this parameter to allow or deny birthright provisioning for users during import

.

Regards,
Sumathi Somala
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