Policy Deactivated

Trigger a Flow when a policy is deactivated in Okta API.

Unless otherwise indicated, field types are text.


  • Date and Time: The date and time when the policy was deactivated in Okta API.

  • Message: The message details about the event.

  • Event ID: The event's unique identifier key.

  • Event Type: The type of event that was published.

  • Event Time: The timestamp when the notification was delivered to the service.

  • Version: The versioning indicator.

  • Admin (object): The Okta admin who deactivated the policy.

    • ID: The unique identifier of the Okta admin who deactivated the policy.

    • Alternate ID: The email address of the Okta admin.

    • Display Name: The display name of the Okta admin.

    • Type: The role of the Okta admin.

  • Policy (object)

    • ID: The unique identifier of the Okta policy.

    • Alternate ID: The alternate ID of the Okta policy.

    • Display Name: The display name of the deactivated Okta policy.

    • Type: The policy type specification for the policy. Specification pertains to source of user-specific data. Valid types include default, legacy, and Active Directory.

    • Policy Type: The type of policy. Valid types include: OKTA_SIGN_ON, PASSWORD, MFA_ENROLL, OAUTH_AUTHORIZATION_POLICY, IDP_DISCOVERY

  • UUID: The webhook event's universal unique identifier.

  • Event Details (object): The raw JSON payload returned from the Okta API for this particular event.

  • Headers (object): The object representing the headers for the response; each key of the header will be parsed into a header string as "key: value" (Content-Type: text/plain).

  • Source (object): The source of user-specific data.
  • Debug Context
    • Debug Data: (object) The information on the triggered event used for debugging; for example, returned data can include a URI, an SMS provider, or transaction ID.

Related topics

Okta connector

About the elements of Okta Workflows

Okta API