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Restrict access on commands for user groupes on specific feature classes

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04-16-2012 01:31 AM

Hi,

 

I am creating an industry model in which I have several feature classes and different user groups.

 

For security reasons, some user groupes should get read only access on some objects but full access on some others.

 

In the user interface, I can remove the function "New Record" for example for a user group, but that means that it is not available in all the forms.

 

Does anyone have an idea how I could solve that problem?

 

Thanks in advance.

Hi Bob,

 

you can create different toolbars and then assign a specific toolbar to a form. It's is a bit confusing and I'm not sure whether I have fully understood the idea behind it or not. Because I haven't used it yet but just checked how it works in general I cannot gurantee it's 100% correct.

 

I do not have the english version at hand - so the terms I'm refering to might be bit different in the application itself.

 

1. open a workspace/project

2. expand the document node and look for "user interface" node

3. switch to the Forms tab

4. select the user group you want to assign the new toolbar to

5. create a new entry and disable "new record"

 

6. select the Form-Designer node and select the feature class

7. copy the existing form

8. open the copied form

9. open the form options (in menu "Designer")

10. assign the newly created toolbar to the form

 

11. close form

12. assign form to group

 

Rob

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Re: Restrict access on commands for user groupes on specific feature classes

04-17-2012 06:05 AM in reply to: b.banzer

Hi,

 

in this case - why don't you create a separate form for each user group?

 

Rob

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Re: Restrict access on commands for user groupes on specific feature classes

04-17-2012 06:45 AM in reply to: Robert_Fritz

 


ro_fr wrote:

Hi,

 

in this case - why don't you create a separate form for each user group?

 

Rob


Hi Rob,

 

that was initially my plan, but I can't figure out, how I can disable for example the "new record" function in one form but not the other.

 

Bob


 

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Re: Restrict access on commands for user groupes on specific feature classes

04-17-2012 07:07 AM in reply to: b.banzer

Hi Bob,

 

you can create different toolbars and then assign a specific toolbar to a form. It's is a bit confusing and I'm not sure whether I have fully understood the idea behind it or not. Because I haven't used it yet but just checked how it works in general I cannot gurantee it's 100% correct.

 

I do not have the english version at hand - so the terms I'm refering to might be bit different in the application itself.

 

1. open a workspace/project

2. expand the document node and look for "user interface" node

3. switch to the Forms tab

4. select the user group you want to assign the new toolbar to

5. create a new entry and disable "new record"

 

6. select the Form-Designer node and select the feature class

7. copy the existing form

8. open the copied form

9. open the form options (in menu "Designer")

10. assign the newly created toolbar to the form

 

11. close form

12. assign form to group

 

Rob

http://raumpatrouille3d.blogspot.ch/
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b.banzer
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Re: Restrict access on commands for user groupes on specific feature classes

04-17-2012 11:30 PM in reply to: Robert_Fritz
Hi Rob, thanks a lot! I just tried it and in the MAP client it works like a charm. You saved my project. Bob
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