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The permissions table is one of the administrative tables in SAM V2.  It is used to specify if a user can add, edit, view, and/or delete records within a table.  Typically, only the SAM V2 administrator has access to modify the permissions table.
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The permissions table is one of the administrative tables in SAM V2.  It is used to specify if a user can add, delete, edit, or view records within a table.   
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Typically, only the SAM V2 administrator has access to modify the permissions table.
  
 
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Revision as of 13:48, 20 June 2008

The permissions table is one of the administrative tables in SAM V2. It is used to specify if a user can add, delete, edit, or view records within a table.

Typically, only the SAM V2 administrator has access to modify the permissions table.

Back to SAM V2 Tables

Fields

The fields of the permission table are:

Field Description
can_add Check this box if the user can add records to the table.
can_delete Check this box if the user can delete records from the table.
can_edit Check this box if the user can edit records in the table.
can_view Check this box if the user can view records in the table.
table_name The name of the database table for which permissions are being specified.
uid Unique ID# of the record.
updated_by User who last modified the record.
user_name The user for whom the database table permissions are being specified.