Step 4: Designate objects to import

  1. In the helper flow, click FunctionObjectGet Multiple.
  2. Drag and drop the Rows field in the Helper Flow card to the object field in the Get Multiple card.

  3. In the Get Multiple output field, enter the following values (note the syntax matches your API details in the tested flow):

  • Columns.0-firstname
  • Columns.1-lastname
  • Columns.2-userName
  • Columns.3-email
  1. Click Add AnotherApp Action and select Okta. If you're prompted to choose a connection, follow the steps and click Done.

  2. In the Okta menu of actions, select Create User.

  3. In the Option drop-down menu, select without Credentials, and then click Done.

  4. Verify the fields you want to see in your user profile, and then click Done.

  5. Drag and drop the column names from your Get Multiple card to the appropriate Profile fields in the Create User card. Note that userName maps to Login.

  6. Save the flow and all of its data. Don't activate the flow yet.

Next steps

Step 5: Run and test the flow