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Can we call a external preprocessor before User import? if yes, what is the procedure

asked 20 Feb '13, 14:34

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We can use external preprocessor in Java for User Import. Procedure: Build a preprocessor code to get the desirable output using the SDK. Compile and place class file in tomcat/webapps/Profiler/WEB_INF/classes/Processor folder. In the User Import Configuration there exists a User Life cycle Section which has Preprocessor Option Enable it and name the class file as package name.class name With this setting on running the User Import Job,the preprocessor first kicks in and processes the file in the required format,which is then imported.

(07 May '13, 11:42) Sruthin

Yes, you can do this. It is available in the configuration of the User Import under Configure Import Settings. There is a section for Pre and Post Actions. You can call a Java class file or write your own sql query directly. Can some one else provide the exact steps. Is it there on http://community.securonix.com ?

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answered 07 May '13, 00:25

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Yes It can be found at : http://community.securonix.com/index.php/4.0_Administrator_Guide/Chapter_2:_Import_User_Identity_Data

in the section Part IV: Using Pre and Post Processing in User Import

(07 May '13, 12:27) Sruthin
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