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A method is described which presents the same information to a user viewing a Usability Window, whether he is authorized to "edit" the contents or not and limit the "editing" only to authorized users.
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Method to Control "Selecting" of Records in a Usability Window
A method is described which presents the same information to a user viewing
a Usability Window, whether he is authorized to "edit" the contents or not and
limit the "editing" only to authorized users.
In the new method, record entries presented to a User in a Usability Window
can be defined as selectable, where a user may "select" a record and make
changes to the entries, via supported pop-downs and software. Utilizing the
"Bypass" feature of Usability, the first column (which contains the "Select" action)
is defined twice, one which contains the "Select" action and the other contains
only the information but does not have the "Select" action defined, both contain
different "Bypass" criteria. If the user is authorized to make changes to the
Record entries, the Column Definition with the "Select" Action is presented and
the other column is "Bypassed." If the user is not authorized to make changes to
the record entries, then the Column Definition with the "Select" Action is
"Bypassed" and the other column is presented.
Authorization may be determined by different ways by the routine that
presents the Usability Window Information and the "Bypass" variables set
The new method allows only authorized users to "Select" Record Entries in a
Usability Window. Users not authorized to make changes, view the record
entries as "non-selectable".