SecureAuth Idp Version affected: All
When using SQL to store some of the Profile entries for a user, the following error occurs MFA.WebControls.ContextUser.SetProfileAccessHistories - Exception: The settings property 'AccessHistory' was not found.
Please note, the property name may change depending on which are set to be stored in SQL.
Cause: By default the user already has to exist in SQL. If they don't we will error out. If you wish to have a SQL entry created automatically follow the procedure below.
- Open the Admin Console
- On the Realm in question, click on the System Info tab
- Scroll to the bottom and click the Link "Click to edit Web Config file"
- Search for <add connectionStringName="SqlServerProfile
- set ClearProfile to False
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