The Dayforce HCM integration is a read-only, nightly sync of your employee directory information into Together Platform. We do not push back any data into Dayforce.
Registering Your Web Service User
Log into your instance as an administrator.
Create a new user named "Together Integration". This user will have the permissions to read your data.
Configure the feature access on the user by following the section below titled "Feature Access". Ensure the user has "Read Data" permission under Web Services.
Copy the username and password of the user.
The primary role attached to a consumer’s account must have access to Web Services features. You may have a custom role such as "Read Integration User".
In order to assign this feature to a role, go to System Admin/Roles and select the relevant role. On the Features tab, expand and check HCM Anywhere and Web Services features:
Under Web Services, check the relevant features:
Read Data: controls the role’s ability to retrieve data from Dayforce using either SOAP and, or, RESTful GET requests. The ability to retrieve specific response types is controlled separately via Web Services Field-Level Access settings. No Dayforce HCM screens are associated with this feature.
Web Services Field-Level Access
If you don't have access to the tab "Web Services Field-Level Access" in your Roles page as shown above, reach out to your Dayforce HCM rep and ask for it. They will add it to customer role "Read Integration User". This step is necessary for the integration to work.
Entering your username, password and client namespace
Enter the username and password you hung onto after completing all the steps above into Together. Also enter your Client Namespace (the ID you use when you log in).
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