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iammi Absent Member.
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Entitlement revocation event catching


Hello,

I am using an entitlement to grant Active Directory Account

I am able to know for an entry if the entitlment is availaible, if its
not available but I find no token to know that the entitlement has just
been revoked

Any one can help ?

Regards


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Re: Entitlement revocation event catching

On 12/28/2011 8:26 AM, iammi wrote:
>
> Hello,
>
> I am using an entitlement to grant Active Directory Account
>
> I am able to know for an entry if the entitlment is availaible, if its
> not available but I find no token to know that the entitlement has just
> been revoked


If Entitlement changing means Grant or Revoke. So if true
If Entitlement not available means not there, so your change must have
been a revoke.


If you wish to loop over the Removed/Revoked Entitlements, theres a
token for that! In Argument Builder it is confusingly called Removed
Token. Treat it as a nodeset to use in a for-each loop.


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