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Hello,

Is it possible to execute a custom command after creating a user, with the intention to prompt the end user for more information?

For example we have a User Onboarding form/business rule, I want my custom command to execute when the office location equals 'Remote'. The custom command would then prompt for a 'Country' to be specified from a param dropdown list.

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Hello,

Unfortunately, there is no possibility to execute a custom command in a business rule, scheduled task or another custom command and prompt the user for parameter values. Values for parameters are specified right in the Execute a Custom Command action. image.png As a solution, you can configure allowed values for an Adaxes custom attribute (e.g. CustomAttributeText1) for it to be displayed as a drop-down list, add the attribute to the user creation form and the attribute value to the custom command instead of using a parameter.

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