Use the Provisioning page to create a connection between a Workday identity store and PingOne.
Ensure that you have:
- An existing Workday tenant.
- The hostname for the Workday tenant. See Identifying your Workday hostname.
- An Integration System User account in Workday. See Creating a Workday Integration System User.
- If you are planning to include write-back provisioning in your configuration, see Configuring write-back provisioning.
- Reviewed the limitations of the Workday provisioner. See Workday provisioner known limitations.
- Go to .
- Click + and then click New connection.
- For Identity Store, click the Select button.
- Under Workday, click Select and then click Next.
- Enter a name and description for this provisioning connection. The connection name will appear in the list when you've completed and saved the connection.
- Click Next.
On the Configure authentication screen, enter the
- User name. The Workday Integration System user account. For more information, see Creating a Workday Integration System User.
- Password. The password for the Workday Integration System user account.
- Tenant ID. The name of your Workday tenant. To find the tenant name, start Workday and go to the Edit Tenant Setup - Security task. The tenant name is shown in the list.
- API host. The hostname, including subdomain, for
your Workday tenant. To find the hostname, see Identifying your Workday hostname. For example,
Click Test connection to verify that PingOne can establish a
connection to Workday.
If there are any issues with the connection, a Test connection failed message will appear. Click Finish to complete the setup with an invalid connection. You will not be able to use the connection for provisioning until you have established a valid connection to the Workday tenant. Click Cancel to modify the settings and try again.
- Click Finish.
The Workday provisioning connection is complete and is added to the list of provisioning connections on the Provisioning page.