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Validation on Dynamic Attributes

jezzanuena
Regular Contributor
Regular Contributor

Hello! Do you know if there's any update in the User Form configurations?  We've been trying to add validation in our dynamic attributes but none of them seems to be working hence we can't control User details. Here is the example: 

${(null == contofteenddate && 'Employee'.equals(employeeType))}
 
Case #1: User to Convert from Contractor to FTE
fields:
* employeeType - requestor should change the value from 'Contractor' to 'Employee'
* contofteenddate - requestor should empty this field to update the ENDDATE user column.
 
Thank you in advance.
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Darshanjain
Saviynt Employee
Saviynt Employee

Hi @jezzanuena 

 

Can you explain bit more on the complete use case here so that i can assist you better

 

Thanks

Darshan

We would like to use the User Form in updating a User. Aside from Onboarding a User, we have a use case where in an Employee with Contractor Employee type will be converted to become a full-time employee hence we need to update/remove his enddate to make sure that his account won't be included in the detective job which scopes removal of access of those with enddates.

Hi @jezzanuena 

You can  have the Enddate dynamic attribute as string instead of Date and when ever you are sending you to make it blank when a user is converted to employee from contractor.

 

Thanks

Darshan