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Does anyone know what causes this error? It pops up when our users Sort by remaining amount then highlight the records they want to set applies to ID in. Super users can do it, but cannot figure out what permission set it is that causes this error.
Did you add any security filters in the permission set for those users, check for the cust. ledger entry table permissions and detailed cust. ledger entry permissions
Negative. We do not have any security level filters in the permissions table for these users.
Can you try to debug and check where the error is happening? looks like a permission issue
SetApplId(VAR CustLedgEntry : Record "Cust. Ledger Entry";ApplyingCustLedgEntry : Record "Cust. Ledger Entry";AppliesToID : Code)
HERE IS THE ERROR IF CustLedgEntry.FINDSET THEN BEGIN
// Make Applies-to ID
IF CustLedgEntry."Applies-to ID" <> '' THEN
CustEntryApplID := ''
CustEntryApplID := AppliesToID;
IF CustEntryApplID = '' THEN BEGIN
CustEntryApplID := USERID;
IF CustEntryApplID = '' THEN
CustEntryApplID := '***';
you can try this, In that function, for the CustLedgEntry record variable change the property of the security filtering from validated to filtered as specified in the error.
I dont have access to that code, but why would the super user be able to and not the user with permissions? Is there like a separate security table they need.
Does the user have the insert, modify and delete permissions, I mean direct permissions?
Yes for cust. Ledger Entry(21) and Detailed Customer ledger entry(379). I even just recorded me doing it as a Super User, went and applied that permission set to the user and it still didnt work.
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