Creates a batch of users in an identity domain using an ANSI or UTF-8 encoded Comma Separated Value (CSV) file that was uploaded to the environment. Also informs new users of their user name and temporary password.
You use the
uploadFile command to upload files to an environment. All columns in the CSV file are mandatory. This command validates the value in each column of a definition and displays error messages that identify each missing or invalid value. The CSV file format is as follows:
First Name,Last Name,Email,User Login Jane,Doe,email@example.com,jdoe John,Doe,firstname.lastname@example.org,email@example.com
See Importing a Batch of User Accounts in Getting Started with Oracle Cloud for a detailed description of the CSV file format.
The value of
User Login specified in the import file is not case-sensitive. For example, the value
John.firstname.lastname@example.org is treated as being identical to
John.Doe@example.com or any variation in its case.
If a user definition in the CSV file matches a user account that exists in the identity domain, no changes will be made to the existing user account. This command creates accounts only for new users whose account information is included in the file. Because user accounts are common to all environments that an identity domain supports, new users are available to all the environments that share the identity domain.
When the command execution finishes, EPM Automate prints information about each failed entry to the console. Review this information to understand why the command execution failed for some entries in the CSV file.
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Required RolesIdentity Domain Administrator and any predefined role (Service Administrator, Power User, User, or Viewer)
epmautomate addUsers FILE_NAME [userPassword=PASSWORD] [resetPassword=true|false] where:
FILE_NAMEis the name of a CSV file containing user information. Input file containing multi-byte characters must use UTF-8 character encoding. Using ANSI encoding causes issues in how user information is displayed in My Services screens.
userPassword, optionally, indicates the default password for all the new users who are created in the identity domain. If specified, this password must meet the minimum identity domain password requirements. If the parameter is not specified, a unique temporary password is assigned to each user.
If specified, the value of the
userPasswordparameter is used as the password for all users specified in the CSV file. Assigning the same password to all users may be desirable if you are creating users purely for testing purposes. If you are creating real Oracle Enterprise Performance Management Cloud users and want to assign a specific password to each user, use this command without specifying a value for the
resetPassword, optionally, indicates whether new users must change password at the first log in. Default is
true. Unless this parameter is set to
false, new users will be forced to change the password at the first sign in.
This command sends each new user an email with details about their accounts (user name and password) if
resetPasswordis set to
resetPasswordis set to
false, the email is not sent. If you set
resetPasswordto false, you must specify
userPassword. Otherwise, a unique temporary password will be assigned to each user but because no email is sent, the passwords will not be known to the users and they will not be able to login.
- Add test users in the identity domain with the same password and not require them to change password:
epmautomate addUsers user_file.CSV userPassword=Example@Pwd12 resetPassword=false
- Add users to identity domain using a temporary password and require them to change it:
epmautomate addUsers user_file.CSV