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Edit User Rights

After creating a SuperDB table, you can edit the security rights to your table for AdminPlus users, parents, and teachers. You can also set the rights for individual fields in the table. Personalized security options for individual fields include No Rights, Read Only Rights, and All Rights.

  1. On the menu bar, click View > SuperDB.

    View SuperDB

  2. In the SuperDB dialog box, click Security in the leftmost pane.

    SuperDB Security

  3. In the View/Edit User Rights of SuperDB Table dialog box, click By Table or By User, depending on how you want to view the rights. The next steps are based on the By Table option.
  4. Click a table from the SuperDB Table drop-down list.
  5. Click a right in the Edit Table column, the Add Records column, or the Delete Records column that corresponds to a user name, and click N to assign NO RIGHTS, or click A to assign ALL RIGHTS from the drop-down list.

    Edit Table Rights

  6. Click a right from the Rights column that corresponds to a field name, and click N to assign NO RIGHTS, R to assign READ ONLY rights, or A to assign ALL RIGHTS from the drop-down list.

    SuperDB Rights

  7. Optional: Select the check box in the Co-Owner column to set all of that user's rights to ALL RIGHTS, if applicable.

    If you select the check box in the Co-Owner column, the user has full rights to the table, including the ability to delete the table.

  8. Repeat steps 5–7 until you have set all your desired user rights.
  9. Click Save [F10], and then click Done [F10].

This topic was last updated on August 14, 2016.


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