I would like to realize the following scenario: Let's say, we have a website publicaly accessible (e-gov-platform). There is a link to a Process Start (HTTP Request). The first activity of this process should be a login/registration form. If the user has already an account, he should be able to login with username and password (for this part this answer is helpful). If not, he should be able to register a new user with a typical registration form. And here I'm stucked: In the public API I cannot find a method to create a new user. Am I searching in the wrong direction?

Kind regards Björn

asked 21.10.2015 at 12:13

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A user can be created using the following ivyScript code:

import java.util.Locale;
ivy.wf.getSecurityContext().createUser("userName", "full name", "password", Locale.GERMAN, "userName@email.com", "");

answered 21.10.2015 at 15:26

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