Example Sync Summary

When a provisioning rule is configured to a target that does not support group provisioning, the sync summary only presents stats on Users.

The sync summary has only one section:

  • Users

When a provisioning rule is configured to a target that does support group provisioning, the sync summary presents stats on Users as well as on Groups.

The sync summary has two sections:

  • Users
  • Groups

A provisioning rule is configured to sync two groups with two users in each, and users failed to sync on the target. In that case, because the users didn't get through, provisioning service records those users as a user Failed event.

The sync summary appears as follows:

Users

  • Impacted: 2
  • Failed: 2

Groups

  • Impacted: 2
  • Success: 2
  • Failed: 0

A provisioning rule is configured to sync five groups. All groups sync successfully, but one membership doesn’t get updated on the target for one group. Provisioning service records that as a Failed event on membership under Groups.

The sync summary appears as follows:

Groups

  • Impacted: 5
  • Success: 4
  • Failed: 1

A provisioning rule is configured to sync five users, and as part of your target connection, Allow Users to be Created is not checked. Provisioning service records those users as an Unsynced event.

The sync summary appears as follows:

Users

  • Impacted: 5
  • Success: 0
  • Partially Synced: 0
  • Unsynced: 5
  • Failed: 0

A provisioning rule is configured to sync five users, and as part of your target connection, Allow Users to be Updated is not checked. There is an update made on only one user after the last successful sync. Provisioning service records that as a Partially Synced event.

The sync summary appears as follows:

Users

  • Impacted: 5
  • Success: 5
  • Unsynced: 0
  • Partially Synced: 1
  • Failed: 0