I have seen that some informations concerning users, groups,roles, etc... are stored in Cognos in the tables:
But when a user is deleted (directly from the active directory), or deleted from a group in Cognos, the entry is still in the table <CMOBJPROPS33>.
How can I know - while looking in the CMOBJPROPS..X.. tables - that the user has been deleted ?
I have also set up the log service in a schema of my DB, but it seems that I can't find some informations of this kind in the existing tables.
Even with a SDK thing, it should be pointing to somewhere to get the informations, isn't it ?
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2 replies Latest Post - 2011-10-31T16:05:35Z by SystemAdmin
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Updated on 2011-10-31T16:05:35Z at 2011-10-31T16:05:35Z by SystemAdmin
Sunchaser 270003C0NV7 PostsACCEPTED ANSWER
Re: Deleted users in Cognos and Cognos repository2011-10-14T17:44:47Z in response to SunchaserHi all,
I found previously the "Content Store Maintenance " task, with find & fix option, possible to use and schedule.
I thought it was ok, as some of my last problems were solved.
But now I have again the following point:
. one user "delete" from Cognos (not member of any group or role), with an LDAP account, is still in the table CMOBJPROPS33, even after I ran the "Content Store Maintenance" task.
Can somebody tell me why this user is still in this table ?
SystemAdmin 110000D4XK217 PostsACCEPTED ANSWER
Re: Deleted users in Cognos and Cognos repository2011-10-31T16:05:35Z in response to SunchaserIt is not recommended to delete or even think about looking at the physical tables in the content store. If Cognos orphans artifacts, so be it. There may be a plan for such things somewhere. As a rule, the content store itself and how it works is undocumented intentionally.