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Replication - Delete from target when object changed from Accessible to Not Accessible in source?

Looking at the behaviour of the replication process, it creates a new record in the target when an object/entity is changed from Not Accessible to Accessible in the source database if it doesn't exist in the target (when the "filter_on_access_settings" parameter is set to 1). However when the object/entity is changed from Accessible to Not Accessible in the source it just sets the access attribute in the target rather than deleting the object / entity.

Is there any way to configure the replication to delete the object in the target rather than just updating the access attribute? If not currently it would be nice to have for consistency.


  • No, we don't delete items once they're created. It could be done, but it's not something that has been a requirement to date.

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