RapidIdentity Product Guide


A RapidIdentity Connect adapter is a pre-packaged bundle of actions that can be called from user-defined Action Sets. Unlike user-defined actions sets, a deployed adapter is not editable via the RapidIdentity Connect Module but is rather considered a built-in component of the RapidIdentity Connect server runtime.


A RapidIdentity Connect adapter is made up of the following components packaged into a .jar file:


The primary data structure of concern in most adapters is the Record. A Record is a generic representation of an object in the system with which the adapter works. A Record is composed of named fields. Field names can be case sensitive or not, depending on a flag passed in when the Record is created. A field can have 0 or more values associated with it. A value may be of any data type, though for most purposes values are usually strings.

There are a whole set of built-in actions that create and manipulate Records within RapidIdentity Connect (category: Core | Data | Records). Records can also be treated much like standard ECMAScript objects in expressions within an Action Set as well as from within an adapter's ECMAScript implementation.

  • record.fieldname or record[“fieldname”]

    • when used as a value returns:

      • a single value if only one value exists

      • an array of values if more than one value exists

      • null if there are no values but the field is defined

      • undefined if the field is not defined

    • when used as the target of an assignment:

      • equivalent of setRecordFieldValue() if value being assigned is a scalar

      • equivalent of setRecordFieldValues() if value being assigned is an Array

      • equivalent of clearRecordFieldValues() if value being assigned is null

    • equivalent of removeRecordField() when used with delete operator