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Lawson_Kid
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07/27/2016 4:33 PM
    Does ISS have a database that the sync of information sits on?
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    08/02/2016 9:54 AM
    No. It is in the Ldap.
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    08/02/2016 9:57 AM
    Well what does not make sense then is we have users in ldap not showing up in ISS.
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    08/02/2016 11:00 AM
    Jim is partially correct.

    The data for each user sync IS in the LDAP, but master metadata is in a derby database.

    The data you're looking for I believe is in the LDAP, per user
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    08/03/2016 5:43 AM
    You could try rebuilding the search index. Here are the steps that I got from Infor.
    1. From a command line on the LSF server (For cusomters running on the IBM i platform you'll need to be in qsh), type:
    ssoconfig -c enter your password for ssoconfig when prompted.
    2. choose option 17 for Manage Search Index.
    3. choose option 1. "Build the resource Full index".
    This can take up to 30 min, sometimes longer.
    4. Once the build of the index is complete, stop the WebSphere app server(s) for the LSF environment and then stop the LSF environment. Start LSF env and start WAS app server(s).
    5. Try the search in ISS again.
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