In this post:
- Overview: 3 actions to process a list
- Get user’s MFA factors
- Online meetup: How to Create a Report in Okta Workflows
Overview: 3 actions to process a list
The List action has three cards to iterate over a list:
- For-Each – processes each item in a list with a helper flow. Helper flow doesn’t return a value (example)
- Map – processes each item in a list with a helper flow. Modifies each item in a list. A new list is returned to the main flow
- Reduce – process each item in a list with a helper flow. Reduces the list to a single value that is returned to the main flow (example)
Get user’s MFA factors
To get a user’s MFA factors, use the
/api/v1/users/ID/factors API endpoint and the Custom API Action card:
The result will look like this:
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Published on Java Code Geeks with permission by Max Katz , partner at our JCG program. See the original article here: Workflows Tips #48: 3 Actions to Process a List, Get User’s MFA Factors, and Create a Report in Okta Workflows Online Meetup
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