Am Freitag, den 09.01.2009, 09:33 +0100 schrieb Fernand Vanrie:
> Marc Santhoff wrote:
> > Am Donnerstag, den 08.01.2009, 16:18 +0100 schrieb Fernand Vanrie:
> >   
> >> Frank,
> >>
> >> Is it also a reasonable RTF to asks that every SubComponent tables, 
> >> Querys etc been protected by a password or a other protection sheme 
> >> (from out the API)
> >>     
> >
> > I think you can achieve user rights discrimination by doing so in the
> > undelying database. It's a standard task for RDBMS.
> >   
> Marc, you are right but when using OO-docs as a frontend-docs then the 
> "rights" are distributed on base of who has acces to the Frontend-doc . 
> So here the "maker" of the frondend-doc must decide wath is accesable 
> for the frontend-doc-user . Think at  how spreadsheets are secured.
> Greetz Fernand

I understand your intention, but since it isn't possible to do so it may
be sufficient to let the underlying database reject the execution of
queries and the change or even retrieval of tables (data).

Another approach could be to hide the docs from the gui by removing from
the lists shown, but really don't know if that's possible.


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