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synchronizeUserInformation() WLST Script Fails To Process Some User Entries (Doc ID 1520749.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 02, 2022

Applies to:

Oracle WebCenter Portal - Version to [Release 11g]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


The Oracle WebCenter Identity Store (WLST) command: "synchronizeUserInformation" synchronizes user details in a WebCenter Portal application's policy store and WebCenter Portal application tables.
However, when executing this command some users do not get updated due to UNIQUE CONSTRAINT errors.

wls:/portal-dev/domainRuntime> synchronizeUserInformation(appName='webcenter',operationType='RENAME_GUID',fileName='/home/oracle/', component='ALL', dbVendor='Oracle', dbHostNPort='<DB_HOST>:1521',dbName='<DB_NAME>',dbSchemaName='DEV_WEBCENTER',verbose='true')

Enter the database password for the user [DEV_WEBCENTER]

Mapping File created successfully at : /home/oracle/
WebCenter Portal Guid(s) update started at Wed Jul 3 17:07:22 2013
Update user weblogic in Spaces database from old guid <GUID> to new guid .
Updated 0 rows in the database table[column] WC_AS_ACTIVITY_ELEMENT [CREATED_BY]
Updated 0 rows in the database table[column] WC_COMMENT [CREATED_BY]
Updated 0 rows in the database table[column] WC_COMMENT [MODIFIED_BY]
Updated 0 rows in the database table[column] WC_LIKE [VOTED_BY]

Exception occured while updating user weblogic[<GUID>].

WebCenter Portal Guid(s) update completed at Wed Jul 3 17:07:23 2013
WebCenter Portal Guid(s) update completed successfully except for following users.


Details on usage of (WLST) command synchronizeUserInformation are documented in Oracle® Fusion Middleware WebLogic Scripting Tool Command Reference.




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