The layout below can be used to import User Accounts into Core HR for use in synchronizing with a Third Party system that is configured for Single Sign On with Core HR.
General Information on Importing
For general information on importing data, refer to the following dedicated article that details how to import a file, supported formats, and other related information.
When creating your import file, you must:
- Create Column Headers.
- Match the order of the columns with the table provided below.
- Match the number of columns with the table provided below.
If columns are added or removed, the import process file will stop and an error message will be shown, resulting in no records processed and an error logged in the import history.
When is a Record Added vs Updated?
If an existing record is found in the key field(s) ([key]) identified below, the Core HR will update that record instead of creating a new record.
|Column Header||Data Type||Max Field Length||Required||Notes|
|Employee SSN / Employee ID
||Text||<=9||Yes [key]||Must match an existing employee within the system. Either SSN or Employee ID can be used. The import will check for a match by SSN first and then by Employee ID to find a match within Core HR.|
|Mapped User ID||Text||<=250||Yes||The user id from the Third Party system.|