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Role settings lost

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Hi,

I have a IDM 4.8 tree where the idmadmin/#/configuration/roles-and-resources page in Identity Applications doesn't show anything for these settings:

Role Container
Role Request Container
Default Role Approval Definition:
 
Also Role Assignment Grace Period*  is blank and so is

Role Level Display Names and so are the following settings:

Resource Container
Resource Request Container
Default Resource Approval Definition
 
This has the funny effect that I can't create any roles since it tries to place them directly below the UA driver instead of the nrfRolesDefs container.
 
Any way I can get back those settings or where do I set them? In the ism-configuration.properties file?
 
Thanks
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Hi.

Could it be you have invalid paths in the config object on the UA driver?

https://community.microfocus.com/t5/Identity-Manager-User/UserApp-Incorrect-nrf-role-root/td-p/2765263

Maybe I missunderstood you, but it could be related?

/Marcus

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One more piece of info, I can see that the browser makes a XHR call to :

IDMProv/rest/catalog/administration/roleResourceSettings

It gets back:

{"Fault":{"Code":{"Value":"Sender","Subcode":{"Value":"Internal exception occurred processing REST service"}},"Reason":{"Text":"Internal Error. Please contact Administrator."}}}

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Hi.

Could it be you have invalid paths in the config object on the UA driver?

https://community.microfocus.com/t5/Identity-Manager-User/UserApp-Incorrect-nrf-role-root/td-p/2765263

Maybe I missunderstood you, but it could be related?

/Marcus

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Yes, all the paths on the cn=configuration,cn=RoleConfig,cn=AppConfig,cn=UserApplication,cn=DriverSet01,o=System object pointed to cn=UserApplication,cn=DriverSet01,o=System instead of the correct path.

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