Prevents the procedure from executing. If this element is
specified, the procedure does not update the user's password, even
Now that MPF supports try/catch error handling (through and
elements), there is little need to specify flagSkipAction.
This node was originally introduced to support error handling for
Create Object. For example, a Create Object call
ordinarily fails if the user already exists. To override this
behavior, the request can include a
flagIgnoreAlreadyExistsError node, which instructs Create
Object to return a flagSkipAction node. Subsequent calls
pass this node to prevent further operations on the object. In the
case of User Set Password, the presence of
flagSkipAction prevents accidental resets of the user's
Lightweight directory access protocol (LDAP) path of the object to
set the password of.