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notesAdministrationProcess.DeleteUser doesn't delete Vault ID

"notesAdministrationProcess.DeleteUser" won't touch the vault. Domino does not have any API that can be used to delete an ID from the vault, or to mark an ID in the vault inactive. An admin must manually delete/mark inactive an ID entry in the vault. In the Admin client (Domino Administrator), if an administrator manually deletes a user, there's also an option in the UI about what to do about the vault entry. If the person is to be programmatically deleted, the programmer must take action to delete the entry in the vault.

Please allow notesAdministrationProcess.DeleteUser to have the same option for about what to do about the vault entry as the Admin client.

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  • Aug 14 2020
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  • Avatar40.8f183f721a2c86cd98fddbbe6dc46ec9
    Guest commented
    27 Sep 06:32pm

    An enumerated is the application layer, not the server layer.

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    Guest commented
    15 Sep 08:54am

    The same way as if you deleted the user manually and chose the option to delete the ID from the vault.

    Seriously, the answer to that question really depends on your backup strategy and doesn't address the fact that there are two different ways to delete a user, manually and programatically. which provide different functionality.

    Deletion of a user has multiple flow-on effects that wouldn't just be resolved by keeping an ID. There are many things that would need to be reversed if a user was to be truly restored. These include reverting ACL entries, readding them to groups, putting them back into the Domino Directory, replacing private design elements, etc

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    Thomas Hampel commented
    6 Sep 07:44pm

    How would you recover a user that was accidentially deleted?