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Runtime access tracking

Runtime access tracking

Runtime access tracking allows administrators to manage script access to application resources by creating a list of script operations and targets that the system authorizes to run.

Runtime access tracking provides the following options:

Table 1. Runtime access tracking options
OptionTracking doneAuthorization doneResults
NoneThe system does not track runtime access requests.The system does not require authorization to run access requests.Application scripts can access resources from other applications as long as the table-level access settings allow it.
Tracking

During development, the system creates a Cross-Scope Privilege record for each runtime access request.

After installation, the system no longer tracks new runtime access requests.

The system sets the status of the Cross-Scope Privilege record to Allowed.The system runs the tracked operation as long as the table-level access settings allow it.
Enforcing

During development, the system creates a Cross-Scope Privilege record for each runtime access request.

After installation, the system no longer tracks new runtime access requests.

The system sets the status of the Cross-Scope Privilege record to Requested.The system blocks the tracked operation from running until an Administrator manually changes the status to Allowed and the table-level access settings allow it.

During development, application designers must run all of an application's script logic to ensure the system tracks and authorizes the access requests to other applications.

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