800xA Graphic Permission
I am having an issue with a graphic being disabled up unless the user has "Administrate" privileges. In the graphic properties the property "Enable" has a configuration of "True". Is there any other configuration for this graphic that would make the user need the "Administrate" permission?
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Answers to questions:
1) The graphic element is a PG2.
2) By “Administrate” privilege, I mean that you must have the privilege in 800xA of administrate, like the other privileges of operate, approve, configure, etc.
3) By the graphics being disabled, I am not able to operate the elements in the graphic.
I found the answer to my own question.
The issue was that I didn’t have the “administrate” privilege to access the object property set in the graphic’s target property. These settings are located in the control module’s “config view” and under the tab “property permissions”. To fix the issue I either need to give the security group or the individual the proper write permission, in this case “administrate”, or I need to change the target of the graphic element to another property of the object that has a privilege already given to the security group or individual, or I need to change the permissions of the property of the object to a permission that is already given to the security group or individual.
1) Which graphics is this VB / PG2?
2) What do you mean by Administrative Privileges? Windows Admin / 800xA Admin role?
3) And by "Graphics being disabled" do you mean you are not able to operate eliments in that graphic or you are not able to edit that graphic in editor?
If you are not able to edit a VB graphics, From 5.1 and onwards, VB graphic editing needs the user to be local administrator and this is mandatory.
If graphic operation is a problem, then you need to have "Operator Role" for operating a graphic. Admin role isnt required. Try to re-check by assigning "Operator Role" to a non-admin user (you can do that in user structure).