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Cache enabled option absent in crowd.

Tarun Sapra Community Leader Jan 15, 2014

Hi the Cache enabled option is absent in the details tab of crowd directory Delegated Directory Type, microfost active dir.

Crowd version - 2.4.0

Anyone else faced this issue?

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Delegated directories are always "cached", because in a delegated directory the "cache" is not actually a cache but is instead the "source of truth" (which can optionally be updated for a user as they log in if you enable that option). In other words, what you're seeing is Crowd working as intended.

If you're looking to regularly synchronise information from an LDAP directory to a Crowd directory, you should use a connector instead.

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