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We want to have the capability to Manage Dynamic Groups in Filenet P8.
We open a case to know if there are possibility to implement it , this is the response of support team was: The question asked in the case was regarding the support of LDAP dynamic groups with CPE.
The official answer is: 'It is not supported with CPE' our documentation states clearly that we strictly require static groups. A detail description of why it is not supported has been provided in my last email which is beyond the role of IBM Support. 1. IBM Dev and Engineering have tested and not qualified it with the product. The primary reason we have not added support for dynamic groups is that they do not perform or scale well, particularly for the way in which CPE uses group membership. A dynamic group is essentially an LDAP query to find all users who have a specified value in some LDAP attribute. That can perform reasonably well in most cases, to get a list of group members.
However the lookup that CPE most often performs is to find all groups that a user is a member of. That lookup does not perform well with dynamic groups, as it requires retrieving every dynamic group and checking to see if the user is a member. Obviously that will not scale if there are large numbers of dynamic groups
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