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Removes a member from a group.



NAME (required)
Unique identifier for the name of the entry from which members are being removed. The value is relative to the baseDN property.

MEMBER (required)
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 CS.Property.dir.uniquemember attribute value.

Error Numbers

The possible values of errno include:

Name being deleted does not exist.
Implementation doesn't support this operation
Unexpected naming exceptions from JNDI provider.
A required property missing, or class name specified for factory classes is in error.
Unexpected schema violation errors from JNDI provider.
General error in the syntax of an IName.
Unexpected invalid attribute exceptions from JNDI provider
Unexpected invalid attribute id exceptions from JNDI provider.
Unexpected invalid attribute value exceptions from JNDI provider.
User does not have permission to perform the operation.
Node cannot be deleted because it has children.
Unexpected JNDI read error.
Unexpected JNDI write error.
JNDI attribute already in use.
User is not a member.
User is not valid.
Unexpected JNDI connection errors.
Required attribute missing.
Unknown error.
Missing required create attribute.
User delete SQL failure.
Cannot delete user attributes.
SQL error.
Query failed.
Database error occurred while attempting to delete an attribute.
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 uniquemember attribute. Not that this tag does not remove a child from a group hierarchy through a delete operation.

If CS.Property.dir.referentialIntegrity 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 not populated).


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