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srs.ncp_trustees table and views

Hi,

I'm querying the ncp_trustees table nad current_ncp_trustees view, I'm seeing a lot of entries where the rights column contains a 0 value, according to the documentation (this documentation https://www.novell.com/documentation/filereporter3/file_reporter_3_0_query/data/b1cfpk71.html#b1cfq464) this column can contain the following values:

0x01 = Read
0x02 = Write
0x04 = [undefined]
0x08 = Create
0x10 = Delete
0x20 = Access Control
0x40 = File Scan
0x80 = Modify
0x100 = Supervisor

So can someone tell me what it means when this column contains a value of 0?

My NFR installation is version 3.0 with an SQL Server back end.
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Re: srs.ncp_trustees table and views

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Re: srs.ncp_trustees table and views

mgordon novoit wrote:

>
> Hi,
>
> I'm querying the ncp_trustees table nad current_ncp_trustees view, I'm
> seeing a lot of entries where the rights column contains a 0 value,
> according to the documentation -(this documentation
> https://www.novell.com/documentation/filereporter3/file_reporter_3_0_q
> uery/data/b1cfpk71.html#b1cfq464)- this column can contain the
> following values:
>
> 0x01 = Read
> 0x02 = Write
> 0x04 = [undefined]
> 0x08 = Create
> 0x10 = Delete
> 0x20 = Access Control
> 0x40 = File Scan
> 0x80 = Modify
> 0x100 = Supervisor
>
> So can someone tell me what it means when this column contains a value
> of 0?
>
> My NFR installation is version 3.0 with an SQL Server back end.




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mgordon,

You can get 0 when you have assigned a trustee, without giving granting
any permissions.

Forinstance if you ran a custom query report like:

SELECT
trustees.fullpath,
trustees.rights,
trustees.rights_string,
trustees.trustee_display_name
FROM
srs.current_ncp_trustees AS trustees
WHERE
trustees.rights = 0

You will see some fullpaths with rights = 0 the rights_string = "" and
a trustee_display_name with some value.

If you look up this path in iManager you will find a permission
assigned to the user listed in the trustee_display_name with none of
the SRWCEMFA options set.

Hope this helps,
Rich Lagger
Product Specialist.
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