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Last Post 11/19/2019 12:01 PM by  Jay2
Lawson Security admin and rule writing
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Ronnie
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11/19/2019 10:25 AM

    Can someone point me to the direction where I can find out what the expression builder in Lawson Security Admin is meaning when it says "form.process_level"  or "form.author_name"  etc. 

    Where are these forms it is speaking of?  Like for process_level, there are numerous forms inside of Lawson that contain process level.

     

    We are needing to create a security role for an internal audit team where they will have access to see info / run reports on all of our process levels (clinics), except for our corporate process level. 

     

    I am a little confused on how to work this one out.

     

    I know for others who can only see certain locations, we are using the process level control attribute in the security administrator Edit RM information on a person, but we have over  500+ locations for this to work we would have to manually add all locations except the corp to those users. That would take forever.

     

    Surely there is a rule I can write somehow to do the opposite?

     

    Thoughts?

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    11/19/2019 11:59 AM
    The first question: those signify fields on the form you are currently writing a rule for.

    You should be able to write:
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    Form.Process_Level!=
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    11/19/2019 12:01 PM
    It cut my value out

    If it does not equal the Corp process level then all access
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