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Permissions to tiles on application tab (4.7.1)

Hi!

I have added PRD's to the applications tab in Identity Applications.

In IDM 4.6.3, I could control who should see what tile by assigning write and self to the attribute nrfAccessListNavItem on the PRD.

This does not work on IDM 4.7.1. Logging in to Identity Applications as a user without any permissions to the PRD, it is still visible in the Applications-tab as a tile. Clicking on it generates an empty window as the user does not have permissions to the PRD. Also searching for the PRD by using Request in Identity Applications does not show the PRD and that is working as I want. But I also need to hide it from the Applications tab for users that has no access to the PRD.

How do I manage what users can see what tile on the Applications tab in IDM 4.7.1?

Best regards
Marcus
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Re: Permissions to tiles on application tab (4.7.1)

marcus jonsson <marcus_jonsson@no-mx.forums.microfocus.com> wrote:
>

Hi!
>
> I have added PRD's to the applications tab in Identity Applications.
>
> In IDM 4.6.3, I could control who should see what tile by assigning

write and self to the attribute nrfAccessListNavItem on the PRD.
>
> This does not work on IDM 4.7.1. Logging in to Identity Applications as

a user without any permissions to the PRD, it is still visible in the
Applications-tab as a tile. Clicking on it generates an empty window as
the user does not have permissions to the PRD. Also searching for the
PRD by using Request in Identity Applications does not show the PRD and
that is working as I want. But I also need to hide it from the
Applications tab for users that has no access to the PRD.
>
> How do I manage what users can see what tile on the Applications tab in

IDM 4.7.1?
>


Option. 1

Upgrade to 4.7.2 - I believe it is fixed there. This provides a UI under
settings to administer the trustees.

4.7.1.1 has same issue as you experienced with 4.7.1.

Option 2.

Link the PRDs as permissions under the request access tab. This works just
fine (visibility based on trustees) on 4.7.1.x

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Re: Permissions to tiles on application tab (4.7.1)

Alex McHugh <alexmchugh@no-mx.forums.microfocus.com> wrote:
> marcus jonsson <marcus_jonsson@no-mx.forums.microfocus.com> wrote:
>>

> Hi!
>>
>> I have added PRD's to the applications tab in Identity Applications.
>>
>> In IDM 4.6.3, I could control who should see what tile by assigning

> write and self to the attribute nrfAccessListNavItem on the PRD.
>>
>> This does not work on IDM 4.7.1. Logging in to Identity Applications as

> a user without any permissions to the PRD, it is still visible in the
> Applications-tab as a tile. Clicking on it generates an empty window as
> the user does not have permissions to the PRD. Also searching for the
> PRD by using Request in Identity Applications does not show the PRD and
> that is working as I want. But I also need to hide it from the
> Applications tab for users that has no access to the PRD.
>>
>> How do I manage what users can see what tile on the Applications tab in

> IDM 4.7.1?
>>

>
> Option. 1
>
> Upgrade to 4.7.2 - I believe it is fixed there. This provides a UI under
> settings to administer the trustees.
>
> 4.7.1.1 has same issue as you experienced with 4.7.1.
>
> Option 2.
>
> Link the PRDs as permissions under the request access tab. This works just
> fine (visibility based on trustees) on 4.7.1.x
>
>


Hi.

Just to confirm, both these options work fine.

Thank you Alex McHugh!

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Best regards
Marcus
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