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Form Objects

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    Object access required by forms

    Summary Database objects and access available to forms
    Maintainer Information Technology
    Source Form developers
    Affects Form operation
    Affected By  


    The access and security defined on this form reflect the highest level of access that the form may require. User-specific security will further restrict, but never extend, this access.

    Omitting Insert access will prevent a form from allowing creation of new records.

    Omitting Delete access will disable all delete controls on a form.

    Omitting Update access will cause data to be provided to forms as read-only.

    An additional permission, execute, is required on some objects but not supported on this form. Those objects require configuration outside of the on-line environment.

    Value-level security can be used to limit the data from specific tables by adding value-based restrictions. Any column from a table may be compared to fixed values, or to the value defined by a Token such as IDENTITY (the of the current user). The Comparison used determines which of Value/Low or High are used. Most comparisons are performed between the column value and Value/Low or Token value. Value/Low and High are used only for comparisons that evaluate a range (such as Between). Checking Null indicates that, in addition to the values defined by a Token or Value/Low and High, a NULL is allowed for the column content; this is often required when using IN or NI (not in) comparisons that won't match a NULL value.

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