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Resource entitlement value change for assiged users


User app 4.0.1 Patch B

Current setup : Help desk is using user applciation to provisioning an
user to Active Directory and Exchange account using user application
Roles and resource.

Issue:

We have a Resource which is mapped to Exchange Entitlement ( and
selected one of the exchange database as a entitlement value) and
assigned to couple of users.

Now we have migrated all the exisiting exchange users to new exchange
database using Mircosoft Exchange tool and deleted the old exchage
database, as a result we see an INVALID link in the Resource entitlement
value.

Is there any way we can change the EntitlmentRef attribute value for
those users object to point to new entilement value.

Example:

Old value
ResourceName Exchange entitlement value.

Email DB01 Ex-DB01

New value.

ResourceName Exchange entitlement value.

Email DB01 Ex-NewDB01

The users who where assigned to the resource with Exchange
entitlement value (Ex-DB01) wil be invalid.

So is there is any way we can change the EntitlementRef attribute
value for those users to the new Exchange entitlement value (
Ex-NewBD01)? or is it possible?


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Re: Resource entitlement value change for assiged users

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Re: Resource entitlement value change for assiged users

This needs to be posted in the IDM userapp-workflow forum.
This forum is for the Access Manager product.

On 1/30/2013 12:04 PM, lvaradha wrote:
>
> User app 4.0.1 Patch B
>
> Current setup : Help desk is using user applciation to provisioning an
> user to Active Directory and Exchange account using user application
> Roles and resource.
>
> Issue:
>
> We have a Resource which is mapped to Exchange Entitlement ( and
> selected one of the exchange database as a entitlement value) and
> assigned to couple of users.
>
> Now we have migrated all the exisiting exchange users to new exchange
> database using Mircosoft Exchange tool and deleted the old exchage
> database, as a result we see an INVALID link in the Resource entitlement
> value.
>
> Is there any way we can change the EntitlmentRef attribute value for
> those users object to point to new entilement value.
>
> Example:
>
> Old value
> ResourceName Exchange entitlement value.
>
> Email DB01 Ex-DB01
>
> New value.
>
> ResourceName Exchange entitlement value.
>
> Email DB01 Ex-NewDB01
>
> The users who where assigned to the resource with Exchange
> entitlement value (Ex-DB01) wil be invalid.
>
> So is there is any way we can change the EntitlementRef attribute
> value for those users to the new Exchange entitlement value (
> Ex-NewBD01)? or is it possible?
>
>


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