Azure User Provisioning CreatedDateTime Attribute mapping

Aditi Kurariya 21 Reputation points

Does azure supports syncing the CreatedDateTime attribute via SCIM user provisioning ?
If Yes could you please help me with the required mapping that we need to do to sync the Users createdDateTime attribute.

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  1. Danny Zollner 9,536 Reputation points Microsoft Employee

    This isn't possible today. Our documentation mentions this, although it's not the easiest piece of info to find. In this doc ( we list what systems support customization of attribute schemas. Azure AD is mentioned, and then mentions the criteria for custom attributes - and to refer to this link(, which is API documentation for Azure AD Graph API. As the Azure AD Provisioning Service currently uses AAD Graph API to retrieve data from Azure AD, you're limited to a subset of the attributes listed on that documentation, plus directory/schema extensions and the Exchange Online-originated extensionAttribute## attributes. We don't support 100% of the attributes on that AAD Graph User Entity documentation either, but that's the starting point.

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  1. James Hamil 22,886 Reputation points Microsoft Employee

    Hi @Aditi Kurariya , according to this document yes, this should be possible. You would have to use the DateTime attribute mapping, and then connect this with the createdDateTime user attribute. The document I linked should adequately cover how to do this. If you're having any blockers please let me know and I can help you!

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