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simpleUserNotifierUser notification

Generates notifications about user records.

simpleResourceObjectNotifierResource object notificationGenerates notifications about resource objects (e.g. accounts).
userPasswordNotifierUser notificationGenerates notifications about user passwords.
accountPasswordNotifierAccount notificationGenerates notifications about account passwords.
simpleWorkflowNotifierWorkflow notificationGenerates notifications about start/completion of work items (i.e. user tasks) and about start/completion of workflow process instances.
simpleCampaignNotifier, simpleCampaignStageNotifierCertification notificationGenerates notifications about certification campaigns.
simpleTaskNotifierTask notificationGenerates notifications about tasks.
This is a general purpose notifier that is driven by expressions, which transform an event into a notification.


contentTypetrueContent type for the attachment, e.g. image/png or text/html.
contentchoiceContent of the attachment.
contentFromFilechoicePath of the file that provides the content for this attachment.

File name for the attachment. E.g. in the case of the mail transport it should be put into Content-Disposition header field. If omitted and if contentFromFile is used, it is derived from the name of that file. If it omitted with used content, it's value is 'attachment'.



Value of the Content-ID header of MIME body part for this attachment. This can used to reference image attachments from your email HTML. E.g. <c:contentId>&lt;customerLogo&gt;</c:contentId> is referenced in HTML as <img src="cid:customerLogo"/>

Executing the handlers

When an event is created, all the handlers defined at the level of <notificationConfiguration> are executed.