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we have a Item master table and the form is show on the folder (navigation pane).The intention is to set it 'READ ONLY' for most of users permission. Only very few users who is actually updating the information are allowed to modify the form of table directly.
but when I set the Item table permission to 'INDIRECT' in the users Roles, the user will become unable to do most of their posting in their Navision function. The error message is
"You do not have permission to Modify the Items table"
That is OK if the function posting required to modify some information of Items table, but I don't want most users able to change the Item form directly ("YES") on their permission setting.
Any advice of solution for me ?
Which Role are you using?
You can create 2 new roles- one with modify permissions and one without modify permissions and assign to users based on your requirement.
You can also Create a setup like in User Setup Page add new field called "Modify item" and on Item OnOpenPage check whether user can change the Item and Change Editable and Not Editable
Yes we did (isnt that is in my first description), and it didnt work.
We must allow the Modify Permission to set "YES" on Item Table to let them do
Transfer Items from location to location. End up we have used Modify "YES" rather then Modify "Indirect".
If we set the Item table permission Modify to "INDIRECT" the error will appear when they do Transferring.
While many users on every department need to do transfering ITEMs to another location as soon as their job done, we have no choice but allow the Modify to set "YES" on ITEM Table.
i am not good in describing our situation, hope this can be understand. :)
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