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Logging into flow and capturing the login value as a flow value (without prompting for login again)

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I thought this was possible in HPOO but looking like its not immediately there.

 

Looking to see if there is a way for someone to log into Central, execute a flow, and the flow is able to collect their OO login ID and store it into a flow variable without having to prompt the user.  I thought a flow variable existed that had this readily available but I don't see.

 

Is this doable ... or does the flow have to prompt for the login again ?

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Re: Logging into flow and capturing the login value as a flow value (without prompting for login aga

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Should have looked before I asked ... "execution_userid".

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Re: Logging into flow and capturing the login value as a flow value (without prompting for login aga

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Should have looked before I asked ... "execution_userid".

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Re: Logging into flow and capturing the login value as a flow value (without prompting for login aga

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there is also the "logged in user's credentials" setting you can pick when the  type is set to credentials.

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