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enrol/db/enrol.php ignore delt'd usrs when enroling

Previously the import process would throw a non-fatal error when it found a
non-one number of users with the remote key.  This meant that
when there was a deleted user with the same remote key as an existing user, it
would throw an error, and report that there were no users for that remote key.
Fixed it so that it now ignores deleted users, and provides more accurate
and more precise error messages in the event that there are further

Author: Peter Bulmer
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1 parent 13e8d6e commit f5896f0fb6770fee52a27b78e9d1ff6ed809eef6 martinlanghoff committed Sep 28, 2006
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  1. +3 −2 enrol/database/enrol.php
@@ -305,14 +305,15 @@ function sync_enrolments($role = null) {
LEFT OUTER JOIN {$CFG->prefix}role_assignments ra ON = ra.userid
AND ra.roleid = {$role->id}
AND ra.contextid = {$context->id}
- WHERE u.{$CFG->enrol_localuserfield} = ".$db->quote($member);
+ WHERE u.{$CFG->enrol_localuserfield} = ".$db->quote($member) .
+ " AND (u.deleted IS NULL OR u.deleted=0) ";
$ers = $db->Execute($sql);
if (!$ers) {
trigger_error($db->ErrorMsg() .' STATEMENT: '. $sql);
return false;
- if ( $ers->RecordCount() != 1 ) { // if this returns empty, it means we don't have the student record.
+ if ( $ers->RecordCount() == 0 ) { // if this returns empty, it means we don't have the student record.
// should not happen -- but skip it anyway
trigger_error('weird! no user record entry?');

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