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error deleting user

Hi,

I'm trying to delete a user and I always get this error:

"com.sap.security.core.persistence.datasource.PersistenceException: Principal "UACC.company.user_xxx" is not deletable."

The code I use is this:

IUserFactory userFactory = UMFactory.getUserFactory();

userFactory.deleteUser(userUniqueID);

This user was not created via SAP.

I don't know if this has some influence in this situation.

Thanks for any help conceeded

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    Posted on Nov 16, 2005 at 11:25 PM

    Hi,

    first, welcome on SDN!

    About your question: From the uniqueID of the user (as well as from your description "user was not created via SAP") I see that you are using some third party data store (LDAP).

    You have connected the LDAP as read only (so you cannot delete users from it) or there are security settings within your LDAP which prohibit a deletion in this situation.

    Hope it helps

    Detlev

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    • Hi gc_sdn,

      (1) Yes, in general it is possible to delete a user if the connected LDAP is read/write.

      (2) I expect your's is not. And if it should be a security setting on LDAP site, you'd have to ask your LDAP admin to check this; that wouldn't be a portal related question.

      Hope it helps

      Detlev

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