Events are deprecated, and no longer available in HelloID.
Events allow HelloID Administrators to trigger one or more tasks when certain items in HelloID are created, updated, or deleted. For example, when a user is created in HelloID, events can be configured to send an email to that user, create a folder for them in OneDrive, and much more. Much the same as automation tasks, you may launch custom PowerShell during an event as well.
Navigate to Automation > Events in the HelloID Administrator Dashboard to see an overview of all triggers and events in your organization's HelloID environment. The view is split into two tabs: Configuration and History.
The configuration tab is where you can configure event hooks for each of the predefined HelloID triggers. You may add as many event hooks as you would like with varying criteria. Each event hook, in turn, may have any number of tasks associated with it.
The following information is displayed for event configuration:
HelloID comes with a set of predefined triggers. These are User, Group, Person, and Folder. Each of these triggers can have any number of event hooks associated with them. For example, you can have event hooks for when a HelloID user is created, updated, and deleted.
Each event hook can have any number of tasks associated to it. For example, when a HelloID user is created, you can send an email to that user and create a OneDrive folder for them.
Tasks are associated to events. HelloID provides a sizable library of configurable tasks for a variety of target systems. You may also launch custom PowerShell for added flexibility and power.
The history tab allows you to see all of the tasks that have been launched for events in your HelloID environment.
The following information is displayed for event history:
This is the name of the event that occurred. The name of the event is configurable.
This column describes what caused the event to occur.
- Entity name
This is the name of the user, person, group, or folder that was subject to the event. You may click on the name to go to its details page.
This column shows the current status of the event.
- Created on
Here you will find the date and time that the event was placed into HelloID's processing queue.
- Processed on
This is the date and time that HelloID processed the event.
You may click on Open details to see what tasks were launched as a result of this event.