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Column USR_AUTOMATICALLY_DELETE_ON is not cleared after enabling the User (Doc ID 2423978.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 03, 2019

Applies to:

Identity Manager - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Once a user is disabled and enabled back, the "Disable/Delete User After End Date" schedule task doesn't disable the user again, even with "End Date" configured.

Set System property XL.UserDeleteDelayPeriod to a value higher than 0, say 3.
Manually set the end date for User A to current day.
Run the "Disable/Delete user after end date" schedule task.
The user A would now be in Disabled state.
Manually enable the same user A by blanking out end date and setting start date.
Now blank out start date, and set end date again, and run the "Disable/Delete user after end date" task.
The task does not disable the user.

USR_AUTOMATICALLY_DELETE_ON field does not get cleared when the user is enabled.




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