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Read Only Access to data form

JanGLi
JanGLi Member Posts: 649 Bronze Badge
edited Aug 30, 2016 7:15AM in Planning and Budgeting

Hi,

We are trying too make a form read only (in form folder access) to specific users but they can still write in the data form.

According to oracle documentation a user can edit a read only form if that user have access to the members present in that data form.

Is there any work around i can restrict forms only regard less of a member access.

Regards

PrafullPatil

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  • Celvin Kattookaran
    Celvin Kattookaran Member Posts: 3,143 Gold Trophy
    edited Aug 29, 2016 10:42AM

    Read only access on form - this is not "read" only, this just means that the user cannot edit the form (that's there is a Write access on form, if you give Write access, an interactive user can edit the form)

    To make a form read only, there is an option in display where you can make the form read only for all users, this will be applied to all users.

    Regards

    CK

    PrafullPatil
  • USER1211
    USER1211 Member Posts: 3,104
    edited Aug 29, 2016 10:43AM

    There is a [Read only] option in the data form itself. By checking that it makes the data form red only to everyone.

    PrafullPatil
  • VM
    VM Member Posts: 50
    edited Aug 29, 2016 8:26PM

    On access, as specified by CK  and User1211, read access (on form) will not make form read only however if you want to make it read-only only for some users then you may consider following options:

    1. Identify a member in a form (especially in POV) which you can assign those users a read access. But with this, those users will not be able to write / input data for that member (in any other forms).

    2. Create a duplicate form and make it read-only.

        With this there could be some other stuff that you may have to consider as how will you handle if this form is in a Task List and so on.

    Hope this helps.

    VM

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