The CSV connector type allows users to load a collection of data stored into a plain CSV file.
In the following page, the process to complete the CSV connector setup will be explained.
To begin with, address to the quick start section.
The core of Customizable CSV file connector is located under the 'Attribute Mapping' tab.
There are two important sections:
· Property: File information related configuration.
|file||Mandatory: Path where the file is placed in the directory system|
|key||Mandatory: The field to be used as key|
· System attribute: Mapping between CSV fields and Soffid objects.
Taking a look to the configuration used, we can see that:
· System objects is the entity to load (user, account, group, role).
· System attributes fields match the columns defined into the 'file.csv'.
To demonstrate Soffid flexibility in terms of agent customization, notice that:
USERNAME, NAME, LASTNAME fields, correspond to default fields from User object.
NDI is a custom field defined into the User object.
"I" is a 'char' literal that indicates the UserType.
· Soffid attributes match Soffid specification model object.
|data (file used in this configuration guide)|
|attribute-mapping (file used in this configuration guide)|