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Use multiple columns as Reconciliation Field while importing Users from DB

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Hi Team,

We have a requirement to use two columns together as the reconciliation field while importing Users to Saviynt from MS SQL DB view. The unique field is a composite key at the DB side, could you please confirm on how to achieve the same.

Here is the code we are using:


<sql-query description="This is the Source DB Query" uniquecolumnsascommaseparated="userid">
SELECT firstname,lastname,workemailaddr,person_type, appname,personnumber
FROM mytable
<mapper description="This is the mapping field for Saviynt Field name" dateformat="timestamp" incrementalcolumn="lastupdateddt">
<mapfield saviyntproperty="firstname" sourceproperty="firstname" type="character"></mapfield>
<mapfield saviyntproperty="lastname" sourceproperty="lastname" type="character"></mapfield>
<mapfield saviyntproperty="email" sourceproperty="workemailaddr" type="character"></mapfield>
<mapfield saviyntproperty="employeeType" sourceproperty="person_type" type="character"></mapfield>
<mapfield saviyntproperty="customproperty1" sourceproperty="appname" type="character"></mapfield>
<mapfield saviyntproperty="customproperty2" sourceproperty="personnumber" type="character"></mapfield>
The requirement is that we need to use the "employeeType" and the "customproperty2" together as the reconciliation field.


You can do concat and try.

Currently only single attribute is supported in userReconcillationField

Rushikesh Vartak
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I dont think this would be possible but if you find any workaround or solution then please update this thread for benefit of everyone.

Devang Gandhi
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