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The format of the users csv file is the same as that used through the UI CSV Upload of Users and Roles feature.
The users csv upload is available directly through HTTP. One way to do this is using cURL, but other ways are possible. An http change request (post/put/delete) requires a token. This includes operations such as login and upload users by CSV performed through the frevvo Cloud API. Customers using the Cloud API should update their API calls to provide tokens and/or use the new API.
Here are the steps:
Replace host, port, username and password above as correct for your implementation. For frevvo online, host=app.frevvo.com and the port is optional. Change http to https.
If your tenant is on the frevvo cloud server, and you see the error "Couldn't open file "users.csv", perform one of the following actions:
Upload the users csv file:
(Optional) Get the user csv back from frevvo. It will have all users, including all that were loaded:
For frevvoonline, host=app.frevvo.com and port is optional. Change http to https and add the -k option
LDAP, SAML, and SAML Azure Security Managers provide a built-in admin login directly to frevvo, which is helpful if your security manager logins should become inaccessible and you need to access frevvo. This built in admin is automatically enabled from the API when using SAML, but for LDAP it needs to be explicitly enabled by setting the custom property "backdoorLogin" to true in the loginAs call. This will allow the API to login in the same way a built in admin can login using /frevvo/web/admin/login.