Article ID: 127190, created on Oct 18, 2015, last review on Oct 18, 2015

  • Applies to:
  • Operations Automation 6.0
  • Operations Automation 5.5
  • Operations Automation 5.4


Changing a password for MySQL user of a database related to an APS application causes the following error:

Error: Error: There is no such database user, user_id=<USER_ID>.


Changing the MySQL database user password in OA CCP causes an attempt to un-provision the APS application in order to update the password in the APS application config file. This attempt fails. For example for Wordpress application such config file is called wp-config.php . The file contains information about MySQL database, user and password.


For now changing a password for APS application database users is not possible. Internal request APS-17886 has been submitted to change this behavior in future. Please contact your Account Manager or to trace the status of the issue.

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There is no such database user, user_id=<USER_ID>.

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