Adds a member to a group.
- Unique identifier for the name of the entry to which members are being added. The value is relative to the
- Name of the entry to add as a member (usually, but not required to be, a user). The value is relative to the
baseDNproperty, but is changed to the fully qualified distinguished name prior to adding as a value to the
The possible values of
Value Description -15004 Implementation doesn't support this operation -15005 Unexpected naming exceptions from JNDI provider. -15006 A required property missing, or class name specified for factory classes is in error. -15007 Unexpected schema violation errors from JNDI provider. -15008 General error in the syntax of an IName. -15009 Unexpected invalid attribute exceptions from JNDI provider -15010 Unexpected invalid attribute id exceptions from JNDI provider. -15011 Unexpected invalid attribute value exceptions from JNDI provider. -15012 User does not have permission to perform the operation. -15013 Node cannot be deleted because it has children. -15014 Unexpected JNDI read error. -15015 Unexpected JNDI write error. -15016 JNDI attribute already in use. -15017 User is already a member. -15020 User is not valid. -15023 Unexpected JNDI connection errors. -15024 Required attribute missing. -15025 Unknown error. -15026 Missing required create attribute. -15027 User create SQL failure. -15028 User delete SQL failure. -15029 Cannot delete user attributes. -15030 SQL error. -15031 Query failed. -15032 Add attribute SQL failed. -15035 Database error occurred while attempting to assign the user to a group. -15036 Missing or invalid child argument tags for tag.
Adds a member to a group. Note that this tag does not add a child to a group. The API implementation, not the client code, is responsible for checking that the member is a valid, existing distinguished name. If the specified entry is already a member, nothing is done.
In most SPIs, this entails adding the specified user's distinguished name to the set of values of the specified group's
CS.Property.dir.referentialIntegrityproperty is turned on, the
CS.Property.dir.member attribute(backlink) of the user is also updated, if implemented by the SPI (e.g., the value in the property file is non-empty).
Example<DIR.ADDGROUPMEMBER NAME="Variables.groupName" MEMBER="Variables.userName"/>
Release IntroducedThis tag was introduced in Content Server release 4.0.
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