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Hello, Is there a way to export security roles assigned to users in AX - either excel or SSRS?
we can export the user's list but not the security roles assigned to each user info
user A - role1, role2 etc.,
user B - role2, role 3...
or what are the tables associated to users and their security roles?
appreciate your help
The table name with this information is: SecurityUserRole
You can find it in the AOT, System documentation, Tables
Note that the company assingments are stored in the table SecurityUserRoleCondition.
Hi Andre, thanks. i looked at the security role table that contain the security role ID but couldn't find the table that store the name of the security role.
Hi Andre thanks. I found it. in fact the SecurityRole has the description that I can join with SecurityUserRole.
If you create a query with these tables as datasources and add it in the form "Document data sources" (Organization administration, setup, document management) it is possible to use it in Excel as well with the Office add-in.
If you are running AX 2012 R2 or planning to upgrade to R2, this information is available in the standard SSRS report.
Wonder why MS didnt provide the same report for AX 2012 RTM.
Can you please explain how to access this SSRS report?
Please see the following blog entry for migrating security information in AX 2012
[System Administration > Reports > Licensing > Named User License Counts]
I hope you have the scheduled batch job for calculating license counts running. To check it, look for the job [Named user license count reports processing] in [System Administration > Inquiries > Batch Jobs]
i'm not sure on the report. But this query can return the user name, role and the permission they have in each company.
while select ID from userInfo
order by id asc
outer join UserRole
where UserRole.User == userInfo.Id
outer join securityRole
where securityRole.RecId == UserRole.SecurityRole
outer join roleOrganization
where roleOrganization.User == userInfo.Id
&& roleOrganization.SecurityRole == UserRole.SecurityRole
outer join internalOrganization
where internalOrganization.RecId == roleOrganization.OMInternalOrganization
print userInfo.Id, userInfo.Email, SysLabel::labelId2String(securityRole.Name), internalOrganization.Name ? internalOrganization.Name : "All Company";
Question regarding the data...
So I'm in the SQL SECURITYUSERROLE table and the SECURITYROLE column for my userID has the following values...
I then go over to the SECURITYROLE table (I think it's a view though) and can't find any of these role values. I'm obviously missing another table somewhere. Can someone please enlighten me? Thanks in advance.
You can find the security role table within the system documentation section of the AOT as well. I have checked the first RoleId from your list. Filtering on the record id of this table has a result: Role Employee.
Is it possible to create a binary def group and use the import / export framework to import the data from SecurityUserRole table if the userInfo is the same in each system?
I am creating a UAT environment and I want to transfer the user role assignments already setup in the first environment.
I assume the other guys sorted this for you, but I thought this SQL query I made might be useful!
Imagineered and coded by Dan Ladle – 14/09/2016
Select information from relevant tables and fields and give them meaningful names.
Comment out lines by placing /* in front of them and */ behind them if you don't want them included.
SELECT userinfo.NAME as "Full Name",
userinfo.NETWORKALIAS as "User ID",
sysuserinfo.EMAIL as "Email Address",
The following code chooses data from a different column if the Security role includes "SYS", "RIN" OR "TRA".
CASE WHEN MicrosoftDynamicsAX_model.dbo.securityrole.DESCRIPTION LIKE '%SYS%'
OR MicrosoftDynamicsAX_model.dbo.securityrole.DESCRIPTION LIKE '%RIN%'
OR MicrosoftDynamicsAX_model.dbo.securityrole.DESCRIPTION LIKE '%TRA%' THEN
(SELECT MicrosoftDynamicsAX_model.dbo.securityrole.AOTNAME COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AS)
END as "Security Roles",
sysuserprofiles.PROFILEID as "User Profiles",
usergroupinfo.NAME as "User Groups",
userinfo.LANGUAGE as "Language",
HELPLANGUAGE as "Alternate Help Language",
sysuserinfo.DEFAULTCOUNTRYREGION as "Default Country/Region",
userinfo.COMPANY as "Start Company Accounts",
WHEN '1' THEN 'Enabled'
WHEN '0' THEN 'Disabled'
END as "Enabled"
Allow data to be amalgamated from relevant tables.
LEFT JOIN sysuserinfo
ON userinfo.ID = sysuserinfo.ID LEFT JOIN sysuserprofiles
ON sysuserprofiles.USERID = userinfo.ID LEFT JOIN usergrouplist
ON usergrouplist.USERID = userinfo.ID LEFT JOIN usergroupinfo
ON usergroupinfo.ID = usergrouplist.GROUPID LEFT JOIN securityuserrole
ON securityuserrole.USER_ = userinfo.ID LEFT JOIN MicrosoftDynamicsAX_model.dbo.securityrole
ON MicrosoftDynamicsAX_model.dbo.securityrole.RECID = securityuserrole.SECURITYROLE
Include only records where the user's Full Name field is not blank.
If you want results for a specific user then change the second condition from LIKE to = and enter their username between the quote marks.
If you're after users with a particular role change the third condition from != to = and enter the security role between the quotes.
n.b. Please note the security roles are pulled from two different columns so it's worth checking what you need to use if searching for that.
WHERE userinfo.NAME != ''
AND userinfo.ID LIKE '%'
AND MicrosoftDynamicsAX_model.dbo.securityrole.DESCRIPTION != ''
Order the results by Full Name, User ID, Security Roles, User Profiles then User Groups.
n.b. Because Security Roles are pulled from two different places depending on the name they are organised by Created roles then system roles.
ORDER BY userinfo.NAME,
Thanks very much!