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Workday Connection Properties

The following table defines the Workday connection properties that you must configure on the Connection Settings section:
Property
Description
Username
Required. User name for the Workday tenant to log in to the Workday service.
You can enter the user name, or the user name and tenant in the following format: <username>@<tenant name>. For example, jjoe@informatica_pt1.
If you do not provide the tenant name, the Secure Agent internally appends the tenant name value you specify in the connection property to the user name.
Password
Required. Password associated with the user name.
Domain Name
Required. Name of the Workday domain that contains the resources that you want to access.
Tenant Name
Required. The Workday tenant ID that you want to access. For example, informatica_pt1
Module Name
Required. The Workday service that you want to access. For example, Human_Resources, Financial_Management, and Staffing.
For example, to view the available modules for version 26.1 of the web services, see the following link: https://community.workday.com/custom/developer/API/index.html
Version
Required. The Web Service Description Language (WSDL) version for a service that you want to fetch from Workday. The list of operations supported for a service depends on the WSDL version that you select.
For the supported versions, see the following link: https://community.workday.com/custom/developer/API/versions/index.html
Default is v24.0
Customized
The Standard or Custom WSDL to fetch Workday object fields.
To fetch Workday custom object fields, select Customized. Default is Standard WSDL.
Default is No.
Object Filter
The operation that you want to perform in Workday. You can specify more than one operation, separated by commas.