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Example denying all design access

Example denying all design access

You can prevent other application scopes from creating configuration records on application data tables.

Typically, this is to prevent any other applications from changing the functionality of a table. Denying access requires setting the following value in the table record.

Table 1. Denying all design-time access
Field Value
Accessible from This application scope only
Can read Disabled
Can create Disabled
Can update Disabled
Can delete Disabled
Allow access to this table via web services Disabled
Allow configuration Disabled
Figure 1. Limiting design-time access to this application scope only

The following diagram illustrates the effect of denying other application scopes the ability to create configuration records.

Figure 2. Limiting design access to this application scope only