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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 target operations

Workday target operations

Create a Target transformation in the Mapping Designer to write data to Workday. When you select a Workday connection for a Target transformation in a mapping, you can select an operation based on the imported WSDL. When you want to write data that is in relational format to Workday, the Secure Agent converts the relational data to a hierarchical format before writing to Workday.
The connection properties include the Workday module and version of the SOAP-based web services that you want to access and write in Workday.
When you configure a Workday target, you can select
Write Operations
on the
Target
tab to display the subset of write operations supported by the WSDL version you specified in the Workday connection properties. If you select
All Operations
, all the supported operations for the WSDL display. You can search using keywords such as Put, Update, Change, or Write to display only the write operations from the list. The Secure Agent creates target fields based on the request message structure of the operation you select on the
Target
tab.
When you write data to Workday, the Secure Agent includes all the incoming fields from the source, by default. You can exclude the incoming fields, if required. You can add multiple input groups into the Workday target and define the primary and foreign key relationships between the multiple input groups before you run the mapping.