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Last Post 4/9/2012 2:23 PM by  Jimmy Chiu
Curious rule-writing, impressions
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4/4/2012 2:16 PM
    When I define unconditional access to a form, HR11.1 for example...  I was expecting the A, C, D buttons to disappear.  Is this not the way that LSF security works?

    I get security violations when I try to do any A, C, or D actions, but the buttons still show.

    PA16.1 is another example.  Same symptoms.
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    4/9/2012 2:23 PM
    A, C, D should not appear if you didn't specify them in unconditional access "AND" your role does not have another secClass that enables the A,C,D form access.
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