Video Screencast Help
Symantec to Separate Into Two Focused, Industry-Leading Technology Companies. Learn more.

Delete Group

Created: 13 Jun 2012 • Updated: 10 Jul 2013
Language Translations
Collaborators: SymantecWorkflowTeam, cpeterson, Randall Newnham
SymantecWorkflowTeam's picture
0 0 Votes
Login to vote

Delete Group

Component definition

This component deletes a group from Active Directory.

Component icon

[Insert component icon image file here.]

Description of component output paths

The component output paths are described in the following table:


Property

Description

Deleted

This path is followed if the group was deleted from Active Directory.

Error

This path is followed if Active Directory returned an error. The error is placed in the Error Message Name variable.

Description of component tabs and their properties

The properties on the Input tab in the Delete Group component are listed and described in the following table:


Property

Description

Group Name

Lets you enter the name of the group to delete.

The properties on the Output tab in the Delete Group component are listed and described in the following table:


Property

Description

Error Message Name

The name of the error message variable.

This variable gets populated with the error message, if one was received during the retrieval process. This error message is the only exception handling available for this component.

The properties on the Settings tab in the Delete Group component are listed and described in the following table:


Property

Description

Directory Searcher Timeout

Unknown

Component Class Name

The class name of this component. This property is not editable, but useful if you call Symantec support.

Description

The description of this component. This property lets you describe how the component is used. You can use it to provide any wanted
documentation for this component.

This description is included in
the model reports that are created when you click Plugins > Generate Business Model.

Location

The physical location of the top left point of this component on the
workflow model.

Name

The name of this component. You can change the name.

If you changed the component name when you double-clicked it on the workflow model, the changed name appears here.

Override Background Color

This property lets you change the background color of this component.

To Do

This property lets you record what you still need to do with the
component. Use this property to help you remember the configuration that you want to apply to this component.

The text that you enter for this property appears at the bottom of the component editor. If you enter text for this property, a checklist symbol appears on the component in the workflow model.

Is Enabled

This property lets you enable or disable the component. By default,
components are enabled. When a component is disabled, it has no
effect on the Project. Uncheck Is Enabled to disable the component.

  • Execution Outcome

    If a component with more than one outcome
    path is disabled, you must select which outcome path you want the component to take. Click the Execution Outcome drop-down list and select the outcome path for the workflow to follow.

  • Disabled Mapping

    If the component has output parameters, you must configure all output parameters with fixed data to pass on. This configuration can be performed in the Disabled Mapping option.

The properties on the Context tab in the Delete Group component are listed and described in the following table:


Property

Description

Setup Properties Input Method

Unknown

Setup Properties Input Method options:

  • Get Settings From the Default Properties

    Lets you use the Active Directory settings in the project properties.

  • Custom Settings

    Lets you use unique Active Directory settings for this component only.

Server Name

Lets set up the value for the name of the Active Directory server.

Server Port

Lets you set up the value for the port that Active Directory uses

Authentication Token

Lets you set up the value for the security token that contains the Administrator account and the password for the Administrator account.

Domain

Lets you set up the value for the name of the Active Directory domain.

Container Option

Unknown

Container Option options:

  • Pick

    Unknown

  • Specify

    Unknown

Custom Container

Unknown

Container Type

Lets you select the branch of the Active Directory tree on which you want to perform the action.

Container Type options:

  • Entire Domain

    Unknown

  • Builtin

    Unknown

  • Users

    Unknown

  • Computers

    Unknown

  • Organization Unit

    Unknown

Organization Path

Lets you set up the path to the organization unit on which to perform the action.

Connection information

[If this component connects to a process or product outside Workflow, insert the definition of the connection string and/or authentication requirements to make that connection.]

Component settings

[Describe any setting options that change the way this component behaves.]

Use cases

[Name each use case that you include below.]

Example use case 1

[Describe the use case. Insert screen shots or package files. Insert a description of how the settings are configured. Insert additional information about the use case.]

Example use case 2

[Describe the use case. Insert screen shots or package files. Insert a description of how the settings are configured. Insert additional information about the use case.]