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Proxy Table property sheet: Permissions tab


The Permissions tab of the Proxy Table property sheet has the following components:

Users list    Lists the users who have permissions on the proxy table. If you want to add users to the list, click Grant. To remove permissions from a user, select the user and click Revoke. You can select multiple users by holding Shift while you click.

To grant or revoke permissions, click the fields beside each user. Double-clicking (so that a check mark and two + signs appear) gives the user grant options.

Select    You must select a user from the Users list to enable this option. Shows whether the Select permissions for the user apply to all columns or a subset of columns. Click Change to open the Column Permissions dialog where you can grant Select permissions for a subset of columns.

Update    You must select a user from the Users list to enable this option. Shows whether the user's Update permissions apply to all columns or a subset of columns. Click Change to open the Column Permissions dialog where you can grant Update permissions for a subset of columns.

References    You must select a user from the Users list to enable this option. Shows whether the Reference permissions for the user apply to all columns or a subset of columns. Click Change to open the Column Permissions dialog where you can grant Reference permissions for a subset of columns.

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