SAP Knowledge Base Article - Public

3051980 - Considerations and Behavior of Standard and Custom Assessment Integration - Recruiting Management

Symptom

This article describes the behavior and considerations one should take into account when setting up Standard or Custom Assessment Integration.

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Environment

SAP SuccessFactors Recruiting Management

Resolution

a. A standard assessment configuration starts with the derived assessment field. 

<field-definition id="assessment" type="derived" required="false" custom="false">
<field-label mime-type="text-plain"><![CDATA[Assessment]]></field-label>
<field-label mime-type="text-plain" lang="en_US"><![CDATA[Assessments]]></field-label>
<field-label mime-type="text-plain" lang="es_MX"><![CDATA[Evaluaciones]]></field-label>
<field-label mime-type="text-plain" lang="pt_BR"><![CDATA[Avaliação]]></field-label>
</field-definition>

See Integrating Recruiting with Third-Party Vendors for Candidate Assessment and KBA 2876414.

b. Defining the derived field assessment, gives you the following field in the requisition with 4 subsections: Status, Vendor, Assessment, and Email Template.

  • Status is the pipeline status where the assessment will be automatically triggered.
  • Vendor is the vendor's name activated in the vendor's list. See Supported Vendors.
  • Assessment is the assessment package name.
  • Email Template is the chosen email template from the Manage Recruiting Email Templates that will be sent out to the candidate when the assessment is triggered. 

c. When the candidates land on the status defined in the Assessment field's Status section it automatically triggers assessment and creates an entry in the 

Keywords

Assessment, Assessment Integration, Recruiting Management, RCM, triggers, SHL, PeopleAnswers, Custom, Standard , KBA , LOD-SF-RCM-ASI , Assessment Integration , How To

Product

SAP SuccessFactors HXM Core 2011