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Apply Extended Privileges at User Level

Question asked by twelvetens on Oct 27, 2016
Latest reply on Oct 27, 2016 by TonyWhite

Is there a way to apply Extended Privileges to a specific user, as opposed to an entire Privilege Set? I thought this would be an obvious thing to allow...

 

Say for example I have 4 Priv Sets: Worker, Foreman, Project Manager, Office Admin

 

Each has several users.

 

But some functions need to be performed by specific users who are not all in the same Priv Set, for example a single 'Worker', and only two of the 'Project Managers' need to be the only ones who can approve PO's, but no-one else. Surely creating an Extended Privilege and applying it to these specific users would be the way to go? How else would one achieve this without having to create a specific Privilege Set for these 3 people?

 

I really don't want to go down the route of hardcoding account names into scripts.

 

The only other way I can think to do this is to store some sort of boolean logic against a table of 'Users' which correlate to Filemaker Accounts, but that seems to be wandering outside of the in-house security tools provided by Filemaker.

 

Am I missing something here?

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