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  1. Preface
  2. Workday Connector
  3. Workday connections
  4. Workday operations
  5. Mappings and mapping tasks with Workday
  6. Appendix A: Workday data type reference
  7. Appendix B: General considerations when using Workday V2 Connector
  8. Appendix C: Workday target approaches

Workday V2 Connector

Workday V2 Connector

Workday source operations

Workday source operations

Create a Source transformation in the Mapping Designer to read data from Workday.
When you select a Workday connection for a Source transformation in a mapping to read data from Workday, you can select an operation based on the imported WSDL.
For a complete list of supported versions, see the following link to the Workday Web Services (WWS) Version Directory: https://community.workday.com/custom/developer/API/versions/index.html. You can click the version you want to view for the services and the corresponding operations that you can perform with Workday.
After you specify the configured connection, specify
All Operations
on the
Source
tab of the Source transformation. The Secure Agent displays all the supported operations for the specified version and module. You can select the operation that you want to perform. When you select
Read Operations
, a subset of the available read operations for the WSDL appears.
Select the operation you require, configure the request message in XML from the sample template provided, and configure the advanced properties for the operation. If you want to write to a relational target, define a relational structure for the worker data by mapping the incoming fields that is in hierarchical format to the output fields in relational format. When you run the mapping, the Secure Agent retrieves data for the specified operation from Workday.