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When you create a restriction, you must group multiple restrictions together To create an object restriction, 1 Launch Designer and open the universe for which you wish to remove access to an object 2 From the pull-down menu, choose Tools | Manage Security | Manage Access Restrictions or select Manage Access restrictions from the toolbar
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3 Designer will present you with a dialog that displays existing restrictions and groups to which they are applied Click New 4 For Restriction Name, enter Margin Restriction, and then select the Objects tab 5 Click Add to insert an object 6 Designer presents you with a New Restricted Object box You can manually enter the Class\Object or click Select to use the Object Browser to expand any classes and select the individual object that you wish to restrict In the next screen, I am adding a restriction on Margin
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7 Click OK to close the Object Browser and return to the New Restricted Object dialog box 8 Click OK to add the object to the list of restricted objects
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Check All verifies the objects still exist Click Add to add more object restrictions Reset removes all object restrictions
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9 Click OK to close the Edit Restriction dialog and return to Manage Access Restrictions dialog At this point, you have defined which object(s) you want to restrict You can now apply this restriction to the user Sam or to the group Supply Chain
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Apply an Object Restriction
To apply an object restriction, follow these steps: 1 From within the Manage Access Restrictions dialog, select Add User Or Group
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2 From the Select Users and Groups dialog, you can scroll to the individual user or, if you have many users, search for them To search for the user, enter the name in the Search For Text box and click the binoculars icon
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Group or user to whom restriction applies
NOTE All groups and users are displayed in this dialog, even though these groups may not have
access to the universe You only want to apply object restrictions to groups or users that have access to the universe 3 Select the user and click > to add the user or group to the right-hand side of the dialog, Selected Groups And Users 4 Click OK to apply the change and close the dialog 5 From the Manage Access Restrictions dialog, ensure that both the newly created restriction, Margin Restriction, and the user Sam are highlighted Click Apply In the following screen, under the Restriction column, <None> indicates the restriction
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has not yet been applied to the user Once you click Apply, this column will change to Margin Restriction
Click here to apply Not yet applied
Set to OR for row restrictions
C AUTION If you fail to click Apply in this last step, the restriction will not be implemented
6 Click OK to save the restriction definitions and close the dialog
NOTE Object restrictions apply to all instances of a user regardless of security access level and
regardless of whether the restriction is inherited If you have multiple instances of a user with different ways to inherit access to a universe, the objects will always be hidden, as the object restriction applies When a user builds a query, the user will no longer see the restricted objects from the object list If a user tries to refresh a query that contains a restricted object (or for which the user does not have sufficient security access), the user receives the error message shown here
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Many changes in Designer become available to users only when the universe is exported to the repository However, with security restrictions, these changes are saved in real time to the repository
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In 8, you set a number of parameters in the Test Fashion universe You can override certain parameters by group or by user For example, the default result set for a universe may be 100,000 rows; with Access Restrictions, you could increase this to 300,000 rows for certain power users These are sometimes referred to as universe overrides because they override the default universe parameters Keep in mind that these controls are universespecific and would not, for example, allow power users to retrieve 300,000 rows of data from all universes You also can set a different database connection for certain users or groups This is useful if your database is replicated on two servers (for response time or security reasons) For example, a European group could have a connection to a database with just European Sales data that is physically located in Europe A North American group could have a connection to a database with North American sales, physically located in North America
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