The users get an Error: Your access privileges do not allow this action.
I ran the debugger and the error is on a Commit Step (no dialog)
The script is set to Grant Full Permissions.
Any thoughts as to why?
Is this a data separation system?
Any Record level access control?
Do you have Field Validations?
Full access to the table he is working in (Create, Edit, Date, etc...)
All the script does is:
Go to Layout
Create New Record
Paste Data into one field
Are you using data separation?
Are you using any kind of record level access control?
Data separation can result in getting this error even when the script is set to run with full access privileges. "Full access privileges" only applies to the current file. If this is a UI file and the table is in a different "Data" file, then you can still get access privilege errors. This may not be formal "data separation" to have this happen, you just need to be modifying data in a table that is defined in a different file.
Well, I do not know what a UI file is. This is a different file. The user is sent directly to that file.
Apologies for the Jargon.
UI = User Interface. In a data separation approach, you put the tables in one file and then put the scripts, layouts, value lists in a second, User Interface file. If this script is in such a file, "full access" will not keep the script from producing access errors if the security settings in the data file are set to prevent this action.
So if you Open manage | Database and check the table occurrence "box" for the table where you are creating and editing this new record, you might find that it refers to a table from a different file.
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