6. februar 2009 20:48Hello,
I have some custom attributes in my contact, which should be writable to every user.
Is this possible?
7. februar 2009 08:35RedaktørYes. Any attributes that you add to a record (such as contact) are automatically available to any user that has privileges for the record. So if a user has write access to a record they will have write access to all fields including custom ones.
Did you remember to publish your changes? Also, check the security roles that your users belong to.
7. februar 2009 20:30Hi Christian,
There is no such thing as field-level security (certainly not out the box). If you want a particular field to be able to be globally editable, then you would need to make the entire record/entity globally editable. Alternately you would need to create a custom entity, relate this to your entity and set permissions on this entity to be updatable by anyone.
Karlo Swart - http://www.ver206.com
9. februar 2009 05:47Hi Christian,
Folks are right here that if you want field level security, it's not available out of the box, but c360 offers an add-on to allow this: http://c360.com/FieldLevelSecurity.aspx
Danny Varghese Crowe Horwath LLP http://www.crowehorwath.com/cs/blogs/crm
- Markeret som svar af csc01 13. februar 2009 14:53