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I want to get the access level of privilege with code :
I want to add switch case statement to my code : How can I declare the value of access level in the statement?
AOT > System Documentation > Enums > AccessRight has those options I believe.
So you can do it via the AccessRight enum.
But to be sure you could check the enumeration behind the SecurityPermission tables' Access field where this information is stored, using reflection (Dict* classes like DictEnum maybe?)
Sorry I don't understand your suggestion:
in AccesRight :NoAccess,View,Edit,Add,Correction,Delete.
in AccessLevel of privilege:NoAccess,Read,Update,create,correct,delete.
Can I do like this??
And here is what I have explained above:
static void Job1(Args _args)
Also in the code that you took a screenshot of above, you are using a TTS block around an insert, which is not necessary, unless you want to catch errors like a duplicate key exception.
I have errror when I compare AccessLevel with AccessRight :
Because you are comparing a string value against an enumeration. Typical apples to bananas situation, the error message is very clear about this.
Convert it to a proper enum value.
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