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Notifications variable reference (Provisioning)

The following variables are available in notifications. They are case-sensitive and always title cased. You can use them in fields on the Configuration tab (email & PowerShell notifications), as well as in the message body on the Message tab (email notifications).

Tip

While configuring a notification, click the Variables button to Notification variable hints:

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Refers to HelloID's internal model of the current target account. Returns the values you wrote into $account:

For PowerShell v2 target systems, use {{Data.}} instead.

Refers to HelloID's internal model of the current target account. Returns the values you wrote into $outputContext.Data:

For target systems other than PowerShell v2, use {{Account.}} instead.

Notes:

Refers to HelloID's internal model of the manager of the current target account. Returns the following:

Notes:

  • To access target account data for the current person's manager in a different target system, instead use the syntax {{Manager.Accounts.<SystemIdentifier>.<SharedFieldName>}}. For example: {{Manager.Accounts.MicrosoftActiveDirectory.displayName}}.

  • The $manager object is only available if the manager's target account was provisioned before the person's target account. If the manager's account was provisioned after the user's account, this variable won't resolve.

Refers to the current person's object, prior to transformations applied in target mappings or account scripts. Returns the following:

Tip

{{Person.Accounts.}} contains fields shared from other target systems with the Share account fields between target systems feature. Whether this object is up to date depends on whether dependencies have been established. For more information, see Use shared fields in notifications and Use shared fields in notifications (dependency-free).

A handful of event-specific variables such as {{differences}} and {{SummaryHtml}} are also available in notifications. These are described in Notification events.