Design-time access to application tables As the application developer, you can grant or deny other applications the permission to create configuration records, also known as application files, that extend the functionality of an application. The permission applies to any platform feature that extends the functionality of an application data table such as: Business rules UI actions Client scripts These access permissions protect the application data table at design-time. The system prevents you from creating configuration records by hiding the application data table as an option in the Table field. For example, a protected application table does not appear as an option when you create configuration records such as UI actions and client scripts. Even when permission is granted to create configuration records, some configuration records have additional restrictions to protect application data from unwanted changes from other application scopes. Default design access permissionsBy default, new application tables prevent other application scopes from creating configuration records on application data tables. This prevents any other applications from changing the functionality of a table.Set design-time access to application tablesSet these access permissions to protect application tables at design-time.Example denying all design access to a tableYou can prevent other application scopes from creating configuration records on application data tables. Example allowing configuration records for a tableYou can permit other application scopes to create configuration records on application data tables.