Expression Language for Account Unlock templates

Email templates use common and unique Expression Language (EL) variables. EL variables enable advanced customization and, when used in place of hard-coded URLs, can prevent potential broken links.

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Self-Service Unlock Account

EL Expression

Type

${user.login}String
${user.email}String
${user.secondEmail}String
${user.firstName}String
${user.lastName}String
${user.locale}String
${udLocale}String
${org.name}String
${org.activationTokenExpirationHours}Integer
${org.locale}String
${org.subDomain}String
${baseURL}String
${unlockAccountLink}String
${recoveryToken}String
${unlockAccountTokenExpirationDate}Date

Active Directory Self-Serice Unlock Account

EL Expression

Type

${user.login}String
${user.email}String
${user.secondEmail}String
${user.firstName}String
${user.lastName}String
${user.locale}String
${udLocale}String
${org.name}String
${org.activationTokenExpirationHours}Integer
${org.locale}String
${org.subDomain}String
${baseURL}String
${unlockAccountLink}String
${recoveryToken}String
${unlockAccountTokenExpirationDate}Date
${samAccountName}String

Self-Service Unlock When Account is Not Locked

EL Expression

Type

${user.login}String
${user.email}String
${user.secondEmail}String
${user.firstName}String
${user.lastName}String
${user.locale}String
${udLocale}String
${org.name}String
${org.activationTokenExpirationHours}Integer
${org.locale}String
${org.subDomain}String
${baseURL}String