Qlikview Nprinting 17.3.1: Users are not getting updated through Import task
I am using the import task in Nprinitng 17.3.1 to import the user details. I have 8 groups.Each user is may or may not be the part of more than one group.
The problem is, suppose Today Nikhil is a part of Group 7A. So he will receive the mail for 7A. Tomorrow he is not part of group 7A so he should not receive he mail. I updated the group information in the import excel. But even if i ran the import task, Nikhil remains the part of Group 7A and receives the mail for the same.
In short, existing users and groups are not getting updated. I checked the checkbox for 'Update users if modified' for the Import task.
Groups: list of groups for a user, separated by commas.
Roles: list of roles for a user, separated by commas.When importing users with groups or roles:
if groups or roles added in the row for a user do not exist, they will be automatically created.
existing associations with groups and roles will not be removed if not present in the update row. An import can only add associations with roles and groups for a user, but not remove them.
As a workaround you can have 2 tasks - first task will run and remove users which were imported previously, and second task will load them again with new/updated records.
hope this helps
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