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How to get current user security information in groovy

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edited Jan 29, 2021 1:56PM in Planning 2 comments


We want to maintain Data Form row/column access based on the user Role


Hello Groovy experts,

We have business use case where certain rows need to be read-only based on the user access (Role/Group/Name)

We don't want to use member security as our requirement depend on the dimension which is not enabled for security.


I come across the API commands, but we can't use these methods directly in groovy script

// Get the security context
def secCtx = adf.context.getSecurityContext()
// Check if user has a given role
if (secCtx.isUserInRole('MyAppRole')) {
// get the current user's name

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