Add tables/fields (form) [AX 2012]

Updated: November 14, 2011

Applies To: Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R3, Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R2, Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 Feature Pack, Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012

Click System administration > Setup > Security > Security roles. Select a role, and then click Override permissions. Click Add tables/fields.

Use this form to override the level of access that a role has to a table or field.

By default, access to fields is specified by the duties and privileges that are assigned to a role. When you override the level of access that a role has to a field, the duties and privileges that are assigned to that role are not changed. The level of access to the field is set for the role, regardless of the access levels that are specified by the duties and privileges that are assigned to that role.

The following tables provide descriptions for the controls in this form.

Button

Description

Filter

View a list of tables and fields that is filtered by the text that you enter in the Table name and Field name fields.

Field

Description

Table name

Enter the text that is used to filter the list of tables. The value can be a partial or full table name. The name of a table must contain this text. Otherwise, the table is not displayed in the Available tables and fields tree. You must enter a value in this field to use the Filter button.

Field name

Enter the text that is used to filter the list of fields. The value can be a partial or full field name. The name of a field must contain this text. Otherwise, the field is not displayed in the Available tables and fields tree.

Available tables and fields

Displays the tables and fields that meet the filtering criteria. Select the check box next to each table and field for which you want to change the role’s access level.

Override access level

Select a new access level in the list. The access level that you select is applied only to the table or field that is currently selected. To set the access level for another table or field, you must first select that table or field.

You must also select the check box next to each table or field for which you want to change the access level. Overrides are applied to the selected tables and fields when you click OK.


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