Trigger a Flow when a user is assigned to an application in Okta.

Unless otherwise indicated, field types are text.

Options

  • Use App Instance ID? (dropdown): Choose from Yes or No. If yes, you can select application instance directly through the App Instance ID field.
  • Application (dropdown): Choose an app from which you want to remove the user. Choose Enter Application ID to select an app by its ID.
    • Note: The dropdown only displays 1000 apps.
  • Application Instance (dropdown): Choose from a list of existing application instances, dependent on the Application chosen in the previous step.
    • Note: The dropdown only displays 2000 app instances. This event will only trigger for the selected application instance. If you do not see your application instance in the list use the Use App Instance ID? dropdown list and the App Instance ID field to be able to trigger the event for a specific application instance.
  • Application Instance ID: unique app instance id
    • Note: Choose Yes in the Use App Instance ID? dropdown list to interact with your application instance directly through its id.

How to find the Application Instance ID for an app

  1. Go to Okta Admin Console > Applications.
  2. Click your app. The app page opens.
  3. Check the page URL.
    • You can find the app id using this URL pattern: https://yourcompany.okta.com/admin/app/yourappname/instance/YOURAPPINSTANCEID/.
    • For example, https://acme.okta.com/admin/app/office365/instance/0oahjhk34aUxGnWcZ0h7/. Here 0oahjhk34aUxGnWcZ0h7 is the app instance id.

Output

  • Date and Time: date and time the event was triggered in Okta
  • Message: message details about the event
  • Event ID: event’s unique identifier key
  • Event Type: type of event that was published
  • Event Time: timestamp when the notification was delivered to the service
  • Version: versioning indicator
  • Admin (object): Okta admin who assigned the user
    • ID: ID of Okta admin who assigned the user
    • Alternate ID: email address of the Okta admin
    • Display Name: display name of the Okta admin
    • Type: type of the Okta admin
  • Okta User (object): Okta user who was assigned to the application
    • ID: ID of the Okta user who was assigned to the application
    • Alternate ID: email address of the Okta user
    • Display Name: display name of the Okta user
    • Type: type of the Okta user
  • Application User (object): target application’s user details
    • ID: user’s ID in the target application
    • Alternate ID: user’s alternate ID in the target application (usually their email address)
    • Display Name: display name of the application user
    • Type: type of the application user
  • Application (object): target application
    • ID: ID of the target application
    • Alternate ID: alternate ID of the target application
    • Display Name: display name of the target application
    • Type: type of the application
  • UUID: webhook event’s universal unique identifier
  • Full Details (object): entire raw JSON payload returned from the Okta API

Context

  • Execution ID: unique identifier associated with the execution of the Flow