When you set up your systems and start a manual or scheduled provisioning job, the standard behavior of the process reads all the entities from the source system. This mode prevents data loss and always keeps your target system synchronized with the source. You can also choose to optimize the amount of retrieved data and read only the updated entities (new, updated, deleted).
To keep the source and the target systems completely synchronized, you can use the Resync type of provisioning job.
In some cases though, the scenario requires deletion of specific entities, but these are not even read. They are therefore not deleted from the target system.
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