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AnswerRe: Field Level Rights Pin
Gerry Schmitz18-Apr-18 7:45
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Kevin Marois18-Apr-18 8:14
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Gerry Schmitz wrote:
Access is at the "transaction level"; not "field".

Not sure what that means. This is why there's an IsEnabled property on the UI elements... to enable or disable them.

Gerry Schmitz wrote:
Create specific "functions" (with UI) to accomplish what you want;

That 'function' is a method on the VM.

Gerry Schmitz wrote:
even if it means "duplicating" a screen and making some "fields" read-only for that case.

That's rediculous. That would results in THOUSANDS of views to accomadate all possible configurations.

This seems like a solution except in their example they have the method paramaters hard coded. I would need to pass a string along. I could set the Tag on each element and use that.
If it's not broken, fix it until it is.
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