Last updated on OCTOBER 16, 2016
Applies to:Identity Manager - Version 184.108.40.206.0 and later
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In Self-registration and Create-User interfaces, one want to keep a UDF as hidden field, and populate it with concatenated values of what user has typed in on 2 other visible fields.
In other words, UDF = + dot +
For example, if
Tenant Code = HILL (user entered during registration)
UserID = HOLLAND1 (user entered during registration)
Then, OID attribute tenantUser should have Tenant User = HILL.HOLLAND1
The Tenant User and Tenant Code configured as UDFs in OIM and OID, and it works successfully when values are manually entered via "input Textboxes" in Self-registration and Create-User forms.
When a value is manually entered for Textboxes Tenant Code and UserID during registration, then Tenant User gets successfully populated in OID. This is shown in attached screenshot "Manual_entry_of_UDFs.png".
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