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A D1IM programming snippet

There has been a discussion about an implementation detail within Dell One Identity Manager with two colleagues that came up during my family vacation and which i took on after being back at my desk Thursday this week. It all started with the simple question how to catch the event name that triggered a process. The initial answer was „there’s no way to get there“ but this answer is at least outdated. Sure there is a way to catch the event name in an D1IM process by using the EventName-property. So just in case you have a process that is raised by two different events but you want to have a process step being generated only for one dedicated event, the generation condition would look like this:

Value = CBOOL(EventName = <Name of the Event>“)

Just wanted to share this, it might be a helpful snippet in the one or the other project implementation.

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