Removes a member from a group.
- Unique identifier for the name of the entry from which members are being removed. The value is relative to the
- Name of the entry to remove as a member (usually, but not required to be, a user). The value is relative to the baseDN property, but is changed into the fully-qualified distinguished name prior to searching for the matching
The possible values of
Value Description -15003 Name being deleted does not exist. -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. -15018 User is not a member. -15020 User is not valid. -15023 Unexpected JNDI connection errors. -15024 Required attribute missing. -15025 Unknown error. -15026 Missing required create attribute. -15028 User delete SQL failure. -15029 Cannot delete user attributes. -15030 SQL error. -15031 Query failed. -15034 Database error occurred while attempting to delete an attribute. -15036 Missing or invalid child argument tags for tag.
This tag removes a member from a group, note that this tag does not remove a child from a group. In most SPIs, this entails removing the specified user's distinguished name from the set of values of the specified group's
uniquememberattribute. Not that this tag does not remove a child from a group hierarchy through a delete operation.
CS.Property.dir.referentialIntegrityis 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 not populated).
Example<DIR.REMOVEGROUPMEMBER NAME="Variables.groupName" MEMBER="Variables.userName"/>
Release IntroducedThis tag was introduced in CS release 4.0.
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