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How can I restore a single userid without restoring all of the other deleted users in the database?

How can I restore a single userid without restoring all of the other deleted users in the database?

Problem:

How can I restore a single userid without restoring all of the other deleted users in the database?

Resolution:

Question:
How can I restore a single userid without restoring all of the other deleted users in the database?

Answer:
MAKE SURE YOU HAVE A VIABLE BACKUP OF YOUR CALIBERRM DATABASE BEFORE MAKING ANY CHANGES

Using the IVQL utility, you can change deleted users (marked deleted) to disabled or enabled.

*** To obtain the IVQL utility, please contact Borland support.

1. From a command prompt, type in the following command:
IVQL SQMDB

2. You will want to locate the users ID for restore. Run the following command to obtain all the deleted user ID"s (if you already know the users ID, proceed to step 3)
SELECT * from User_v300_p WHERE account_state=2

3. Once you have the users ID, run the following command with the users ID in place of userid at the end.
UPDATE User_v300_p SET account_state=0 WHERE user_id="userid"

* If you want to just change the user from deleted to disabled, you can run the following command instead:
UPDATE User_v300_p SET account_state=1 WHERE user_id="userid"

4. Now, once the user(s) have been restored, type commit and then quit.

Old KB# 16232

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