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Automate Joining process in our company



As we are planning to automate the joining process in our company.


I created a flow in that I have List iterator, Get cell, ADCreate User, LDAP Set Property. In List iterator, I gave 10,11,12,13....20 in the list and , as the separator. In Get cell, I gave result of previous step in the rowIndex and In columnIndex, I gave 11(for email id),7(for Employee id). I created multiple results in get cell operation and gave ID and email as their names. In the result ID, I add a filter strip and I set All characters up to and including in the strip method. In the character to strip, I gave com, as the value. In the result email, I add a filter strip and I set strip all characters after in the strip method. In the character to strip, I gave com as the value.


In the next step ADCreateUser, I gave ${ID} as the userFullname. In LDAP Set property, I gave CN=${ID},CN=Users,DC=domain,DC=COM in the DN. I gave mail in the propertyName, ${email} in the propertyValue.


When I run the flow, after the get cell operation I get like this Rahul.Choudhuri@domain.com,18211. With the ID, It is creating an user as 18211 and set email id as Rahul.Choudhuri@domain.com. The users are created in the AD like 18222,18235,18591...Etc., but the DN are same CN=18211,CN=Users,DC=domain,DC=COM. For also LDAP Set property, It is taking the first user email id(Rahul.Choudhuri@domain.com) for the next 9 users. But I can see in the context inspector, the vinodh.kumar@domain.com as the email for the 18235 user. For every user, I can see the email id in the context inspector but it is changing to first user email id(Rahul.Choudhuri@domain.com).


Can anyone help me to solve this error.




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