7023249: IDM 4.6 to IDM 4.7 upgrade – Roles and Resource Driver will not start – Missing driver option: cleaup-res-history-last-days

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Environment


Identity Manager 4.7

Identity Manager Driver – Role and Resource

Situation

After upgrading from IDM 4.6 to IDM 4.7 the Role and Resource driver will not start.

The following errors is found in a level 3 startup trace of the Role and Resource driver.

Message: Missing driver option: cleaup-res-history-last-days

Resolution

A new required GCV “Store resource history for days” was introduced with the Role and Resource driver in IDM 4.7.

Installing the updated Role and Resource Driver base package that ships with IDM 4.7 to the IDM 4.7.0.201802012164852 package. Then deploying the updated driver, resolved the issue.

Cause

Missing cleaup-res-history-last-days GCV.

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