Integration with Axpoint's Office 365 SharePoint-based document management system.
This is where you connect an Axpoint Setting to a template. Users that are on this template will be synchronized with Axpoint.
Start by selecting the setting you want to change or add a new one.
After choosing to either create a new or edit an existing setting, you will see the picture below.
Site Collection URL: The URL for the work area
Security token: Value obtained from Axpoint
Site type: Value obtained from Axpoint
User account: The user who are allowed to access the site collection
Waid: Value obtained from Axpoint
The key and values are different for each customer.
Key: It is the key Axpoint looks at to see if a user is disabled or not (do not include in metadata)
User enabled value: A value that defines the user as active
User disabled value: A value that defines the user as disabled
Disable Users: Whether or not to disable users when they leave
Disable after: Keep users active for a certain number of days after they have left and before disabling them
Select the Metadata setting used
This is used to define more uniquely what records to include from the students table. This is only the Where part of a SQL sentence
Could be something like
(Studienr = 'UMS)
Or (Fullname like 'inLogic%')
Creating users: Metadata used when creating or updating users
Axpoint key name: The key that Axpoint uses
Static text beforedatabase field: Can be any text
UMS database field: Choose a field from the students table.
Static text after database field: Can be any text
Required in Axpoint: Check this to make sure the field will not be empty in Axpoint. If the field is blank in UMS it will not send the record to Axpoint