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MXP_Provision Table

Here's a screenshot from the MXP_Provision table:

Can anyone tell me what each of the columns mean? MSKey seems to be the user account being provisioned, ActionID seems to be the job / task doing the work and ParentID (if not NULL) seems to be the parent task to ActionID. State, TaskType. ActionType and DepPriv are the columns I'd most like definitions on. The other columns are pretty self explanatory.

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    Posted on Jul 15, 2016 at 09:05 AM

    Hi Brandon

    With my limited experience, here is my understanding;

    State - This column stores the state of the provisioning item. Please see table mxp_state for possible values and their descriptions.

    TaskType - This column stores the type of task used for the provisioning item. (e.g Action or Task). Please see table MXP_TASKTYPES for possible values and their descriptions.


    ActionType - The type of action task used for the provisioning item. Please see table MXP_ActionType for possible values and descriptions.

    DepPriv - no idea 😊

    Hope this helps a bit.

    Thanks

    Lesibana

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