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#3282 - Help needed with configuring groups

Closed General Question created by deepaksingh 4 years ago

sir i create 1 user and 2 group. for example A or B for group1 and B or C for group2 .. B user common for both groups . first group A is admin A can view B and own(A) recored .. and second group B is admin . B can view own(B) and c recored .. but problem arise when logn to A i got A and B recored .. this is right .. but when i login to B i can see C , A and B(own) recored . i want only B and C recored

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    deepaksingh

    4 years ago

    sir i create 1 user and 2 group. for example A or B for group1 and B or C for group2 .. B user common for both groups . first group A is admin A can view B and own(A) recored .. and second group B is admin . B can view own(B) and c recored .. but problem arise when logn to A i got A and B recored .. this is right .. but when i login to B i can see C , A and B(own) recored . i want only B and C recored

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      eggsurplus Provider Affiliate

      4 years ago

      There are a couple of ways to achieve that. Given the scenario, the best method would be to set A's membership to group1 as non-inheritable so that any record that A creates does not automatically get group1 assigned to the record. This way B cannot see A's records.

      The other way would be to use strict rights and assign a role to group1 that is set to Owner only rights. User A would have a role assigned directly to the user record with greater rights (Group or All). Strict Rights can be checked/enabled under SecuritySuite Settings. This means that the rights for a record will depend upon the role assigned to the groups associated with the record.

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      deepaksingh

      4 years ago

      sir whatever u said is totally right i apprciate you but my question was.. i have 2 group. group1 and group2 . in group1 two users . user1 and user2 . user1 is admin for group1 . so user1 easily view user2 recored i did perfectly . but in group2 again two users . user2 and user3 . be carefull sir user2 is common for both group . in group2 user2 is admin so user2 easily view user3 recored. is right .. but i got user1 and user3 recored this is wrong .. i don't want user1 recored when login user2 . i want only user3 recored .. please help me how can i implement..

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      deepaksingh

      4 years ago

      There are a couple of ways to achieve that. Given the scenario, the best method would be to set A's membership to group1 as non-inheritable so that any record that A creates does not automatically get group1 assigned to the record. This way B cannot see A's records.

      i follow your first method .. this is right after login B can not see A recored .. B can view only B(own) and C recored this is right .. sir but i want when A user login A can view B and A(own) recored .. b(user) is common for both groups .. group1 and group2

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      eggsurplus Provider Affiliate

      4 years ago

      So the only issue left is that A canot see A and B's records? Then create a role that sets rights to Group and assign that role to A. Log out and back in as A to clear the rights cache. A should then see A and B records (if the group is added to the record when B creates the record).

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    eggsurplus Provider Affiliate

    4 years ago

    Converted the comment thread to a support case to make it easier to track.

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