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#1 bbergman

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Posted 02 February 2015 - 11:10 PM

Interesting question here... I'm the admin/super for our system, and I needed to make a global change to all user accounts. Unfortunately, the field I wanted to update isn't one I can put into the Mass Update view, so I had to go through the accounts one by one.

 

In doing so, I noticed that there is no user #2. I've verified it. It's the ONLY user record that is not sequential. In prior forum discussions, it's been made very clear that it's not possible to delete user records; just make them inactive.

Is this is true, how did user #2 get deleted? I have not run any SQL scripts or modified the database directly...

 

Thanks,

bruce

 



#2 bbergman

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Posted 02 February 2015 - 11:33 PM

Nevermind, I found the answer.

 

You folks use user #2 as a backdoor for certain activities. I see it is in the database named "BackEndJobOrActionUser", so I presume that is a system-generated ID. 

 

Either that or I've been hacked. :)

 

Thanks,

bruce

 



#3 speixoto

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Posted 03 February 2015 - 11:28 PM

Hehehe, no hack here. :) You are right, "BackEndJobOrActionUser" is a system user to be used on backedend or job actions.







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