Process order for record ACL rules Record ACL rules are processed in a certain order. Record ACL rules are processed in the following order: Match the object against field ACL rules. Match the object against table ACL rules. This processing order ensures that users gain access to more specific objects before gaining access to less specific ones. A user must pass both field and table ACL rules in order to access a record object. If a user fails a field ACL rule but passes a table ACL rule, the user is denied access to the field described by the field ACL rule. If a user fails a table ACL rule, the user is denied access to all fields in the table even if the user previously passed a field ACL rule. Figure 1. ACL matching Processor ACL rulesACL rules can secure access to the execute operation of all or specific processors.Field ACL rulesField ACL rules are processed in a certain order.Record ACL rulesRecord ACL rules consist of table and field names.Table ACL rulesIn most cases there is not an individual field ACL rule for every field in the table the users is trying to access.UI page ACL rulesUI page ACL rules specify the UI page to be secured.