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TiredDeveloper

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Is there any way to identify Metastorm Users which may not have logged in for some time (e.g. over a year).  We are trying to get rid of redundant userids (mainly users who have left but haven't had their Metastorm accounts deleted)
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JoeOmerta

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You might be able to pull from evw_AuditTrail.  Get the newest time for each user, then from that list find if the newest time is greater than a year.

We use Aderant for our accounting system and since everyone is a user in that system i pull directly from that.  On a daily basis all users get dropped from Metastorm and then re-sync'd with Aderant so when a user gets deleted/inactivated they're automatically removed from Metastorm.
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BMellert

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Interesting, I was never aware of that view.  I had built my own query BO resulting in the same basic thing.

Since it is basically a list of eEvent, that will tell you if users took any action in the history of eEvent.  If users open folders or log into MBPM but don't take an action, this won't record that.

eSession could be a candidate if MBPM didn't automatically clear out expired sessions automatically.  (And I'm not quite sure of its criteria to clearing expired sessions.  I have some, without user names, dating back to 2011, but it appears all of the ones with user names are for this current month.)

I think we take a similar approach in V9 as Joe in that we use another system to determine who is active or not, then remove the user from MBPM is they are no longer active.
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TiredDeveloper

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Many thanks.  Some interesting ideas which I can look at using.
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