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Can I inject a value returned by a connector into a workflow?

Question asked by Steven Connell Employee on Nov 10, 2016
Latest reply on Apr 20, 2018 by Venkata Palakaveeti

We are using the new Archer connector. 

We have a use case in which we need to create a new AccountID and add it to groups in Archer.  The challenge is that Archer requires that we send the AccountID in the request to add it to groups.  So when we start the process, the AccountID doesn't exist.  We call Archer to create the account, and it sends back the new AccountID in it's response.  We are able to view it in the G&L database and we can query the row to extract that value.  We are struggling with how to get the AccountID into a subsequent call to Archer to add it to groups.  We tried setting up an Account template and mapping that output AccountId attribute, but it didn't work. Once the groups are selected in the form and the form was submitted there was no way to inject this value into the request workflow.


Does anyone have an idea for how we can get the AccountID value into the Add to Groups call?


#Archer connector

#Add AccountID to groups