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When we add custom command action in UI, when a user selects 1 or more users for that custom commands, is there a way to integrate those selected users as input value into that custom command script and take action on those users.

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Hello,

If you are selecting multiple users to execute the custom command on, there is no such possibility. The thing is that the command will be executed separately for each user and there will be no way to obtain other selected users.

If you are using a parameter to select multiple users, have a look at step 5 of the following tutorial for details and examples on how to user custom command parameters: https://www.adaxes.com/help/CreateCustomCommand.

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Hi,

Thanks for the valuable inputs. I'm able to choose a user from UI and pass them as input into the script to be executed. However, when I select the user from self-service portal, I have to choose them twice, first under "Object selection" then again under "Operation configuration". Is there a way to use the same user selected under object selection into next step. I'm using "Directory Object picker" in custom command for my use case.

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Hello,

Unfortunately, there is no such possibility as those are two separate unrelated options. The first is for selecting the users to execute the custom command on. The second is for selecting parameter values. For each command execution your script can only have access to the particular target object and selected parameter values.

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