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Dynamic attributes are set and modified by actions the user takes while navigating the system, and are never written to the database. They allow real-time modification of the user experience. They are related to the state of the user, as determined when he or she entered the application.
The login process can also automatically enter dynamic attributes. Table 9 lists the dynamic profile attributes that are set by the system at run time.
Dynamic attributes are retrieved the same way as persistent attributes, using
Dynamic profile attributes can be different for each user. When a dynamic profile attribute is set, it exists for that user only. This works because of how dynamic attributes are set and retrieved: no errors occur if an administrator references dynamic attributes that do not exist. If a dynamic profile attribute does not exist and the user sets it, a new one is created.
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