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Custom Attribute Mapping

WOX supports Custom Attribute Mapping, which is useful setting WOX specific data when provisioning users. A typical scenario is setting user's preferred location. We can obtain the location Id and ask SCIM to populate it for all new users.

Azure AD Custom Attributes

  1. Login Azure Admin Portal. Click Azure Active Directory > Enterprise applications > WOX (or app you created for WOX SCIM)

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  1. Click Provisioning > edit attribute mapping

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  1. Click Mappings then select Provision Azure Active Directory Users

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  1. Select Show Advanced options, then Edit attribute list for customappsso

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  1. Enter the attribute name and type. For example, if we'd like to automatically set user's preferred location when creating user, we can add the attribute "urn:ietf:params:scim:schemas:extension:wox:attributes:1.0:User:homeLocationId" and select type "integer". Tip: Use "urn:ietf:params:scim:schemas:extension:wox:attributes:1.0:User" as External Namespace, and use WOX supported attributes as external name. Concat them using ":".

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  1. After adding the attribute, you can now map it from Azure AD. Click Add New Mapping,

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  1. Select target attribute such as "urn:ietf:params:scim:schemas:extension:wox:attributes:1.0:User:homeLocationId". Select source attribute or a Constant Value.
  • A source attribute mapping

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  • A constant value mapping

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  1. Click Save

Okta

To create custom attribute mapping in Okta, login Okta as administrator.

  1. Navigate to Applications > Applications > WOX. Click Provisioning tab, then click Go to Profile Editor

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  1. Click Add attribute to add new custom attribute:

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  1. Enter attribute details. Use "urn:ietf:params:scim:schemas:extension:wox:attributes:1.0:User" as External Namespace, and use WOX supported attributes as external Name.

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  1. After creating attribute, click Mappings to edit mapping.

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Select Okta User to WOX. Set source attribute or enter an expression.

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Available WOX Attributes

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All WOX custom attributes uses namespace "urn:ietf:params:scim:schemas:extension:wox:attributes:1.0:User". Supported attributes are:

  • gender (string)
  • birthday (string)
  • jobNumber (string)
  • isVip (boolean)
  • isFirstAid (boolean)
  • isFireWarden (boolean)
  • homeLocationId (integer)