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JDBC user store manager is configured with org.wso2.carbon.user.core.jdbc.JDBCUserStoreManager user store manager class. By default, the WSO2 product database contains user store tables. When you configure a RDBMS (JDBC) user store, you can use internal user store tables or you can use an external database as a user store. If you going to use default user store tables, see User Management Related Tables section.

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When you have set the username claim as a default claim, by default, the Username field in the user profile does not get populated with the username claim. To populate the Username field with the username claim:

  1. Apply the WUM update that was released on Feb 09, 2019.


    You can deploy  WUM updates  into production only if you have a paid subscription. If you do not have a paid subscription, you can use this feature when the next version of WSO2 Identity Server is released.

  2. Open the user-mgt.xml file in the <IS_HOME>/repository/conf directory.

  3. Add the following property under the <Configuration> tag and set it to false.

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    • The default value of this property is false. It enables retrieving the username claim fro from the UM_USER table and setting the Username field to read-only.
    • To override the username claim with the internal username, set this property to true.
  4. To verify whether the Username field is populated with the username claim:
    1. Restart WSO2 Identity Server and access the Management Console.
    2. On the Main menu, click Identity > Users and Roles > List.
    3. Click Users.
    4. Cilck User Profile of a preferred user.

      Note that the Username field is populated with the username claim.